In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(unsatisfied)(desire/need) insatisfechoto feel unfulfilled — no sentirse realizado
- One of his unfulfilled ambitions is to write a scientific book on a particular forest and its inhabitants as well as write a book on wildlife photography.
- Then I thought some more about the emotions brought about by an unfulfilled dream.
- His life as a banker was comfortable yet unfulfilled.
- I reflected on the pointlessness of working in the job that I do, and found that I am completely and utterly unfulfilled.
- He does have one ambition yet unfulfilled, and that is to go around the world, including going across Canada by train.
- The men horrified me, the way they seemed to be living unfulfilled ambitions through their sons.
- Curiously, her mother never saw it either and died at a ripe old age with that particular ambition unfulfilled.
- Her only ambition that remains unfulfilled is to go to university.
- To do so is to embrace an agonistic romanticism of perpetually unfulfilled longing and desire.
- The result is a portrait haunted by longing and unfulfilled desire.
- Two of my many still unfulfilled ambitions are to snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef and to swim with dolphins.
- And so I still had a secret, unfulfilled desire to see how the other half live.
- Women unable to have children of their own are often left with a terrible sense of being unfulfilled, as if their lives are incomplete.
- If people are unfulfilled and unhappy that carries over in the quality of their work.
- He has, in all probability, just one chance to achieve the single ambition that remains unfulfilled in his hard-working career.
- Frustration often points to unfulfilled desire, to some sort of lack or emptiness.
- Denise has always had an unfulfilled desire to return to her homeland which she left in 1976, aged seven, to emigrate to Blackburn with her family.
- Given his unfulfilled ambition to construct a biology of the mind, Freud would have approved.
- Compound that with my unfulfilled desire to just be done with it and I was a jumble of nerves.
- So the devil can offer us nothing but empty promises and unfulfilled desires.
- But there will be no unfulfilled desires, and this blessedness will never end.
- For many the New Year promises another opportunity to realise unfulfilled ambitions.
- First of all, I don't believe the characterization of being unfulfilled.
- Having asked only a handful of the questions I had planned, I felt disappointed, unsatisfied and unfulfilled.
- All the characters in Things You Can Tell are lonely and unfulfilled.
- But if he has any regrets, he adds, it relates to unfulfilled ambitions.
- There is no harder burden to carry than an unfulfilled potential.
2(unrealized)(hope/ambition) frustrado(prophecy) no cumplido
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