In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivounknotting, unknotted
1(rope/string) desanudar(hair) desenredar
- Powerful foundations nobly unknot their wallets if it comes to the rescue of their religion.
- Policymakers face a dilemma in unknotting this problem.
- Therese unknotted the string and pulled off the brown paper, revealing a simple book, with a cover of blue fabric.
- People try to visit the neighbourhood doctor or unknot their eyelashes on their own.
- Christopher watched as Sara continued to smile, unknotting the mess and then deftly performing the duty he'd tried himself.
- Doctors treated her hypertension with magnesium sulfate, while a medicine woman said prayers for her using a traditional sash that's knotted and unknotted during labor.
- She unknotted her belt and slipped off her robe.
- One might suggest that the positive trefoils formed after the first strand-passing reaction will be unknotted in the second round of the process.
- She unknotted her belt and looked over her shoulder.
- She unknotted the sweater that was tied around her waist, and put it on to hide her arms.
- Bellybuttons tied by nurses at British hospitals within the last 32 years have favored a knot which is now known to be non-secure and liable to unknot itself over time.
- ‘Fine,’ I laughed and began unknotting my coat, making sure to keep my red knit hat on tightly, covering my entire bun.
- Instead he stooped to untie the young woman as fast as his iron-strong fingers could unknot her.
- She smoothed her palms over her head, then unknotted her dress and rolled her shoulders back, letting the clothes slide to her ankles.
- Sweaty by the time I reached the top, I had to unknot my scarves and unzip my parka.
- She nodded while unknotting the thin straw string holding the box closed.
- She was trying to pay attention to what her host was saying, but she was being distracted by the fairies busily unknotting her tangled hair.
- In this second mode the enzyme is able to knot / unknot DNA molecules and catenate/decatenate DNA circles.
- She reaches up, unbuttons and sweeps the suit jacket off of his shoulders, coming back to unknot his tie and unbutton his shirt, peeling that off of him, and literally ripping his t-shirt off of him.
- Are you trying to solve a particular question like whether this piece of string which is put together in a particular way can be unknotted?
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