In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(crowd/assembly) vociferante(protest) ruidosothey were vociferous in their protest — protestaron ruidosamente
- More vociferous opponents of the ID card may wish to sign this pledge also
- Further jeers, it seemed, were never far from the lips of the more vociferous elements in this splendid stadium.
- After World War II, the Canadian Indians became more vociferous in demanding a restoration of their rights.
- However, despite vociferous appeals from the striker and the home crowd, referee Ian Brines waved play on.
- People could object to anybody on moral grounds - I'm sure that some of the more vociferous nations might want to object to us!
- The closure programme was pushed though against vociferous and sometimes frightening opposition.
- Those who call themselves left wing are among the most vociferous opponents of change today.
- However, Mr Moor said a vociferous minority were spreading misinformation about the genuine risks of mobile phone masts.
- The most vociferous condemnation of player behaviour in recent years has come from the media.
- Many of those who are most vociferous on the matter have been the custodians of the town's infrastructure for years.
- Now the Attorney came out and he was vociferous in his criticism of that decision.
- No one was more vociferous in condemning it than Mr Walker.
- There are increasingly vociferous complaints from agencies that child protection is worse then ever.
- Against this background, the brave calls of a vociferous few to sue the company and its directors ring hollow.
- In an article for Scotland on Sunday today, Galbraith issues his most vociferous criticism of the policy yet.
- Joe Leonard has been vociferous in his demands that Lissadell House be preserved.
- But Cork, driven on by a vociferous home crowd, finished well with a Paul Tierney point.
- He was a vociferous supporter of the miners in the 70's, and was a lifelong Labor supporter.
- Kiwi Greg Turner, one of the most vociferous opponents of the ticketing policy, has had a busy few days one way and another.
- But it's a difficult place to play in because the crowd are more vociferous than they are anywhere else.
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