In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(feeling no emotion)(person) indiferente
- How natural is it for males to be aggressive, unemotional, and rational?
- Well, I could not very well tell from that unemotional voice whether he was amused, or annoyed, as the case may be.
- But Spock is the reason I go for the strong silent unemotional type.
- Alex was particularly embarrassed and ashamed because he wasn't able to keep his cool and stay unemotional.
- This may explain why he was always so isolated, detached and unemotional.
- Basil's eyes were cold and unemotional as they stared up at Sam.
- Each day he looked as calm and unemotional as his father had that day at the hospital, once I'd introduced myself.
- The clear and unemotional voice of the narrator sets the scene.
- Did you know that as well as being cold and unemotional, we are also polite, traditional and reserved?
- ‘It's not going to get any better,’ he said, his voice surprisingly calm and unemotional.
- Kubrick, of course, is eternally categorised as cold, unemotional, misanthropic, somehow inhuman.
- Since society expects men to be strong and unemotional, they most often grieve in more solitary and cognitive ways.
- His voice always seems highly strung, like he's about to crack, yet there's also something cold and unemotional to it.
- Detection is, or ought to be, an exact science, and should be treated in the same cold and unemotional manner.
- Her clear, analytical mind enabled her to provide an unemotional business-like approach in often emotive situations.
- These portraits look like clinical studies, detached and unemotional.
- Stacy gets on the mic and throws her whiny, boring, unemotional voice out for the whole world to hear.
- His bearing is that of a man in control - cold, unemotional and authoritative.
- We need to take a sober, unemotional look at the issue.
- Barry's body slumps, as if tired of the pretence of being strong and unemotional.
2(showing no emotion)(account/report) objetivo(manner/farewell) frío
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