In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(matter/detail) sin importanciait seemed unimportant — no parecía tener importancia
- It is the nature of every living being, whether big or small, important or unimportant, to strive for happiness.
- You worry too much, often about unimportant details.
- The public needs to see how useful mathematics can be, not how it can be applied to unimportant, meaningless things.
- Its unnecessary; the only musical statement it makes is how unimportant and irrelevant this band are now.
- That sounds awfully dramatic, but it's actually quite depressingly trivial and unimportant.
- Rather, you should recognize that all our everyday concerns and worries are really petty and unimportant.
- It is for the parties to decide whether they wish to be bound and, if so, by what terms, whether important or unimportant.
- It seems many people in this town instead prefer to focus on the minor and unimportant features of the town.
- Nothing really matters since you are so taken by the immensity of the world that your own life seems unimportant by comparison.
- Every activity is either important or unimportant, urgent or not urgent.
- This is the bread of life, this unimportant failure to be perfect.
- Before warming there was a significant but clinically unimportant difference in hand temperatures.
- It is the ability to record the ordinary, seemingly unimportant detail that makes photography so democratic.
- Devouring fashion has provided a uniquely unimportant and frivolous thing to direct all my worry towards.
- I won't go into the idea in detail now as it's unimportant to the point I am trying to make.
- Look at the intricate beauty of the leaves on the trees and see that our petty desires are so unimportant.
- How success was achieved, argued Welch, was unimportant - it was just vital that it was achieved.
- Police have asked anyone reporting a sighting of him to try and give as much detail as possible, even if it seems unimportant.
- Britain's most important trunk road starts somewhere rather unimportant.
- But those objectives are relatively unimportant when set against the question of what follows.
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