In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the children were left unsupervised — dejaron a los niños solos
- an unsupervised visit to the museum — una visita al museo sin profesores
- I have no clear idea how they did these unsupervised trials.
- Just because the visits are called unsupervised does not mean somebody won't be watching.
- Longer working hours have combined with security fears which have made many parents reluctant to let children play unsupervised in the garden or visit public places without a harness.
- He lost a bid to have weekly unsupervised visits with his parents.
- Why police officers alone need unsupervised access to such material is not clear.
- There are, additionally, 57 patients residing in community houses in the Carlow area, in supervised and unsupervised conditions.
- For example, the crew would run from place to place to tire out the minder, and then serve him buckets of tea to distract him so that a secondary film crew could be free to film unsupervised.
- Children are fascinated by machinery in action and for young children to be left in vicinity of tractors unsupervised, even for a minute, can sometimes be a regret of a lifetime.
- Don't let your pup be unsupervised whether inside or outside the house.
- It's an impromptu exercise in unsupervised reconciliation, as well as an exploration of the evolving consequences of nomadic life in a sedentary society.
- The evidence is that all visits, including two unsupervised visits per week for a period of several months, went well.
- The intention was to move from fully supervised to unsupervised access.
- In a matter of weeks, he was back up on his feet (without diapers), taking morning walks supervised first then later unsupervised.
- An unsupervised visit to a leisure centre ended in tragedy when a girl aged eight was killed trying to cross one of Bradford's busiest roads.
- The attorney asking the judge in Washington for longer unsupervised visits between he and his parents.
- On average, a doctor will see two temporary pacings and do two under supervision before being left unsupervised.
- The first 3 months of the rehabilitation program were supervised, and the rest of the study was unsupervised.
- During our on-site inspection, they wandered about with too much unsupervised free access in the detainee area.
- Rectangles connected by two arrows indicate methods that can be implemented as supervised or unsupervised.
- Few randomised trials exist that directly compare supervised and unsupervised exercise training.
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