In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(wish/desire) no expresadothe real purpose is unstated — no está expresado el verdadero propósito
- And it is a criterion that carries within it an unstated assumption about what causes psychiatric injury.
- And the unstated goal was not simply to attract a higher number of viewers.
- The public version of the document left unstated the implied threat of using nuclear weapons to strike first against weapons of mass destruction.
- In any case, Pang et al. may have unknowingly found an unstated risk for hospital birth of having a mildly premature baby.
- By embedding hundreds of journalists, the brass had sent the unstated message that it was OK to be honest.
- The notion that there might be some reasonable explanation for that policy - stopping the bombers from getting through - was left unstated.
- The unstated assumption seems to be that people who work for the church should expect to be poorly paid.
- His official job was to accept his party's nomination, but the grand, unstated task was to make himself liked by people who were inclined not to like him.
- This particular article is for that breed of people who congratulate themselves that they live by an undefined, unstated code of ethics.
- Are there double standards, e.g., one set of stated rules yet unstated exceptions for certain people?
- Much of this branch of your argument proceeds from unstated assumptions about the content of the ‘once and for all’ rule.
- The last of the unstated reasons, however, is by far the worst.
- The TV licensing adverts make the clear but unstated implication that anyone who does not have a licence is breaking the law.
- Undeniably, many of these theatres are only barely abiding by unstated policies requiring them to screen a minimum amount of Canadian work.
- But the word ‘commercial’ in that context is simply pregnant with unstated assumptions.
- Although often unstated, there is a powerful academic norm which says that what is said in the classroom stays in the classroom.
- Yet another unstated assumption is that the only way to prevent aircraft crashing into populated areas is by regulation.
- If anything there was sympathy for libraries and their staff, allied to a vague if unstated belief that they deserved better.
- An unstated portion of these gains were in part-time employment.
- There was an unstated implication that this was acceptable and useful.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.