In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(movement) libre(movement) sin trabasshopping is easier when one is unhampered by children — es más fácil hacer las compras sin el estorbo de los niños
- unhampered by any ethical considerations — sin las trabas / restricciones que imponen las consideraciones de orden ético
- Furthermore, in ‘newer’ regions, unhampered by bureaucracy, the tendency is to produce marvelously smooth, fruit-laden, juicy beauties.
- And competition means the free, unhampered market.
- Apparently the Register believes performers no longer ‘need unhampered access to musical material on nondiscriminatory terms.’
- While in a free unhampered market economy there is a tendency towards a harmony between production and consumption, this is not so when we introduce to our discussion the central bank, which disrupts this harmony.
- Now website organisers hope new software might help screen out unwelcome ‘spam’ so Bishopthorpe residents can use their local site unhampered by intrusion from internet filth merchants.
- It's nice to think that there are a few places, close at hand, where the natural world can live unhampered by man.
- They believe in the free and unhampered marketplace, with governmental interference reduced to a minimum.
- However, it is democracy (or at least, representative government unhampered by hereditary privilege) that is the best guarantee that power will be limited in the way that reason demands.
- Domestic policy was aimed at creating and maintaining a system of absolute rule: the king ruled unhampered by challenges from representative institutions but with the aid of ministers and councils subject to his will.
- In a free, unhampered market economy, there will be a harmonious and sustained change in the pattern of consumption with a rise in consumers' real wealth.
- Then, unhampered by rigid, traditionalist gender role notions, he put on Grandma's nightclothes, crawled under the bedclothes, and awaited developments.
- For once she has gone into a major championships unhampered by niggles or strains and proved to the rest of us what she has always known, that on her day she truly is as good as anyone.
- In a free and unhampered market economy, consumption and production interact harmoniously with each other.
- Equally disturbing to many, Parliament routed execution of these new laws through admiralty courts, where a judge would preside unhampered by either jurors or public spectators.
- The terse contemporary feel of the line, unhampered by translator's awe, captures Virgil's character, his no-nonsense, patrician contempt, perfectly.
- While no right turn on the speedway will be allowed, free left turns will allow unhampered flow of traffic, he said.
- We know how to secure a more just and prosperous life for man on earth: through free markets, free speech, free elections and the exercise of free will unhampered by the state.
- Anne wins her right to happiness only when she shakes off diffidence, trusts her own mind and heart, learns to judge for herself, and to make decisions unhampered by influences no less baleful for being well meant.
- Even if the free market - unhampered capitalism - best furthers man's ‘material’ ends, critics argue, it distracts man from higher ideals.
- She therefore resents any restriction or limitation being imposed on her and insists on being free and unhampered.
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