In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(result/weather) imprevisibleshe's very unpredictable — nunca se sabe cómo va a reaccionar
- voters have proved unpredictable in the past — el electorado ha actuado de forma imprevisible en ocasiones anteriores
- the service is unpredictable in bad weather — cuando hace mal tiempo no puedes fiarte del servicio
- As is so often the case in this job, I'm trying to predict the unpredictable and plan for the unknown.
- Make sure you pack a few warm clothes in your hand luggage as you know how unpredictable English weather can be.
- We live in uncertain times when change has never been so rapid or unpredictable.
- People who want to think ahead need to recognise that the world predictably changes in unpredictable ways.
- Every year the weather is most unpredictable for this event and this year's was no exception.
- This is a good combination as Aquarius is a wacky, unpredictable sign, but Capricorn is sensible and steady.
- With the region's unpredictable weather conditions, the team is hopeful of an exciting race.
- We need to reset the variables excluding anything unpredictable and run the script once again.
- Conduction of atrial impulses to the ventricles is variable and unpredictable.
- The future direction of the Irish property market has become as unpredictable as the weather.
- Changeable and unpredictable, it lacks structure, control and conformity.
- In addition, an unpredictable change in franchise agreements in the summer could delay the work even further.
- The unpredictable aspect of political warfare - future events - may change all that.
- They moved down the pipe and shifted in mostly unstable, unpredictable ways.
- You wouldn't put a half-time change of manager past this unpredictable Hearts regime.
- The weather is unpredictable, ranging from heat and humidity to thunderstorms.
- The brown cloud shows man's activities are making climate change more unpredictable everywhere.
- With the weather so unpredictable I spent a lot of Saturday in the kitchen.
- Then the weather started to change, Andalucia seems almost as unpredictable as Yorkshire.
- Communication is difficult now because he is both deaf and has an unpredictable temper.
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