In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1no disminuidohis strength remained undiminished — no mermaron sus fuerzas
- His innocence, his undiminished hope, are ultimately inspirational.
- Speculation as to where the trend of interest rates is ‘really’ going is thus undiminished.
- His excellence is undiminished with passing years.
- And the passion which drives him to travel across the country seeking out the best beers, wines and cheeses for the shop is undiminished.
- His hunger hasn't waned, his appetite for the game remains totally undiminished.
- He is now in his 73rd year and, to judge from the current show of his new work, his creative capacity remains undiminished.
- Company chief executives topped the table in both years, reflecting their undiminished earning power under New Labour.
- He has quit since but his admiration for Griffin is undiminished.
- His energy was undiminished, but refined to the level of delirium.
- The appeal of the show, now in its 27th year, is undiminished, and it has a regular audience of about nine million viewers.
- Our appetite for organic produce is undiminished, too.
- However, their problems, far from being solved have persisted till today with undiminished intensity.
- Parity restored, the impetus for victory was undiminished on both sides.
- What remain are works of continuing interest and undiminished vitality.
- Vidal's fascination with politics is undiminished.
- However, our appetite for public humiliation remains undiminished.
- Sure, my appetite for new music remains undiminished, but having to own, store and maintain this collection of stuff is getting to be a bit of a drag.
- William, however, appears to have escaped not only unharmed, but with his appetite for soldiering undiminished.
- His reputation was untarnished and his ambition remains undiminished.
- Objectors have only five weeks to call for a judicial review, but they have warned their will to fight is undiminished.
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