In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(+ subj) a no ser que(+ subj) a menos quewe won't go unless the weather's good — no iremos a no ser que / a menos que haga buen tiempo
- unless I'm very much mistaken — a menos que / a no ser que esté muy equivocada
- The priceless group of wartime ships face the chop unless a new home can be found for them.
- The tags remain active after they have left the store, unless they are switched off.
- I'll try not to change point of view in the middle of a scene, unless I need to and it works.
- This was a woman who was never in a good mood unless others around her were in a bad mood.
- We will be counting the loss of that census miscount for years unless the cash is refunded.
- The first is that there is no chance of them getting into power unless there is a hung parliament.
- It was now to be the sole means of pursuing a claim, unless you're extremely wealthy.
- The couple look set to split up unless Rodney and Lesley can make them come to their senses.
- She does not read articles about her, unless they are sent to her by her publishers.
- How will I ever know they exist unless I make a special effort to come to your site to check?
- Now the project is destined to fail unless more women can be encouraged to take part.
- Next year I will buy my ticket but unless there is a smoking ban I will not be attending.
- Everyone should object to every building plan unless it is by the people for the people.
- Our costs are running ahead of income and unless we take drastic action, we will fail.
- Gaiman brings it off with a skill that you wouldn't notice unless you were looking for it.
- They know that the money would not have been repaid unless its misuse had been made public.
- We don't screen people unless they come from a high risk area such as nursing homes.
- Now how would we know that unless we actually had that dialogue which you commend?
- If you haven't got a hat please buy one when you get their unless you want a bad case of sunstroke!
- The rest of this post won't make much sense unless you read at least the first poem.
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