In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1she carried on undeterred — siguió impertérrita / sin inmutarse
- undeterred by the weather — sin amilanarse ante el mal tiempo
- undeterred by his threats — sin dejarse intimidar por sus amenazas
- Speed camera bosses are undeterred by vandals who defaced signs warning drivers that mobile speed cameras operate in the area.
- He was undeterred by the rain and fog, however.
- There are very few answers to questions like that but if these people have one thing on their side its their undeterred hope and enthusiasm.
- And though it seems the project will go forward, the architect is undeterred.
- The students seemed undeterred by the 3 km distance they covered as the mercury touched an all-time high in the town today.
- ‘The guys said they would go, but at another date,’ says Todd, who is undeterred by the set-back.
- On the way out I noticed penguins gathered by the visitors' centre fence, undeterred by humans, watching, motionless.
- He was undeterred by such considerations, which should tell us something.
- However, undeterred, they carried on with their good work.
- But people involved are undeterred and bent on taking it forward.
- Despite his first shot only travelling a dismal 30 yards, the golfer was undeterred and played nearly a third of his rounds in the rain.
- Slightly thrown off course but undeterred, I ploughed bravely on.
- Years of rental had taken its toll, but, undeterred, the family slowly started to reinstate the house's original integrity.
- Temperatures yesterday hit a high of 86F, and people in the city were undeterred by the minor threat of rain.
- He said he was undeterred by the lobbying and would continue to run, representing the interests of the community.
- His passion for bikes remains totally undeterred despite the accident.
- Shoplifters are taunting them with these minor thefts, undeterred by CCTV cameras.
- The students were undeterred by the miserable wet day.
- This year, several families have made the trip, undeterred by the weather or the sodden campsite where they are staying.
- Still all three were undeterred by the weather or indeed by the 26 miles and each showed immense grit to finish the three-lap course.
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