In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(drive/speak) con cautela(drive/speak) cautelosamentethey eyed each other warily — se miraron con recelo
- to tread warily — andarse con pie(s) de plomo
- Color plays a pivotal role in a website's impact, thus, it must be considered warily.
- Oxford is watching warily for a mumps outbreak as universities across the country see case after case.
- They both turned to Paxton, who was watching them warily, apparently not wanting to get too close to Seth, which irritated him.
- Marines stepped warily around the bodies, looking for their own comrades.
- At that moment, Anne let out a huge yawn, and Lady Catherine looked at her warily.
- Elsewhere, ethnic groups continue to eye one another warily.
- Adjustment comes in stages, each step taken warily.
- Dunfermline had more reason than most to approach the match warily.
- You had to approach these people warily.
- Even the most instinctively bellicose warily warn of making matters worse.
- They freeze, lapse into a wide-eyed silence, then warily continue their conversation.
- He looked back to Jessie, who regarded him warily from beneath a cascade of reddish curls.
- When the questioner is employed by the state broadcaster of one of the occupying powers, the respondents might be expected to answer warily.
- Warily, he reached out and turned the knob, easing the door open.
- Gabriel made his way warily down the row of curtained cubicles.
- Elizabeth just looked at her warily, not moving from where she stood.
- Kill white men the Crows did not, but trappers regarded them warily.
- Large-scale demonstrations were held and warily tolerated by the military.
- Offered his old job back by former boss Hunter, in return for taking on a case, he warily accepts.
- It was enough to know they were there, watching warily from their cover as we passed them by.
- And that's exactly why third-year Redskins linebacker LaVar Arrington, a Pro Bowler in 2001, is approaching the season warily.
- Upon warily entering a cafe you're immediately barked at for your order.
- Bombarded with stories about unscrupulous corporate executives and the employees they done wrong, workers begin to gaze warily at their own managers.
- But while the desire to escape the British climate may be strong, you need to tread warily if your dream home in the sun is not to become a nightmare.
- Will his followers climb that mountain with him or will they stay a few feet away and watch him warily?
- Bennett Templar eyed the envelope warily without touching it.
- In desperation, she entered warily into a sexual liaison with an army captain, who offered some promise of economic stability.
- If you do go down this route then please tread warily.
- Institutions that were once accorded great deference including the government and the military are now eyed warily.
- Both Harriet and William strike the reader as somewhat eccentric, the sort of neighbors or colleagues one tolerates but befriends only warily.
- In a photo taken in 1965, the year my first child was born and my brother died, I eye the camera warily, my mouth in a tense line.
- And synod and churchwide leaders look warily toward the future.
- I warily approach her, softly calling her name.
- He looks warily at her, but she assures him, "Nothing's gonna happen."
- Nobuyuki Yamaguchi concedes that conservationists need to tread warily in the U.K., a nation of pet lovers.
- Amid widespread fears that York is being over-developed, many residents will view the proposal warily.
- She eyed him warily for a moment, then nodded.
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