In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(intensely, strongly)(embarrassing/painful) extremadamente(painful/embarrassing) sumamente
- The presence of these people must have reminded Roh acutely of the sense of crisis felt by the international community.
- In fact, the wielder may suffer more acutely than others.
- The patient may become acutely ill and need to be admitted to the hospital with pneumonia.
- Gelernter discusses very acutely the religious dimension in America's self-understanding over the centuries, which he believes is still pervasive.
- During the exam, students provided care to acutely ill children and adults.
- At the same time, the acutely imbalanced U.S. bubble economy demands continuous monetary largess from both home and abroad.
- She was also acutely aware of what relationships had to offer.
- This is undeniably an acutely fragile financial environment, where problems in one market (especially in derivatives) can quickly transfer to other markets.
- The country is acutely vulnerable.
- The device was quickly embraced by the medical community and its use expanded beyond acutely ill cardiac patients, before its benefits were actually proven.
- She was recently admitted to hospital with an acutely painful, swollen knee.
- Regulations allow a maximum of 55 gallons of hazardous waste or 1 quart of acutely hazardous waste at each satellite accumulation area.
- Patients should be referred promptly, as the medical treatment of thyroid eye disease is more likely to be effective when given while the eye tissue is acutely inflamed.
- Ann Taves is acutely aware of the gulf that divides "experiencing religion" from the "explanation of religious experience."
- It is, at the same time, also an excellent example of the atypical and acutely volatile nature of the current environment.
- This is not something that I think people feel acutely.
- By this time, conscious patients were not acutely distressed, although some were anxious or scared.
- On subjects as various as football, the Church and the media, Jones is bold, informative and acutely observant.
- Poor people acutely feel their powerlessness and insecurity, their vulnerability and lack of dignity.
- Housing minister Jeff Rooker said the projects had already started and given hope of a revitalised future to the nine areas most acutely affected.
- Russians, for historical reasons, can be acutely ill at ease with the idea of expounding uncomfortable truths in a formal setting.
- Leibniz, for all his Aristotelian credentials, was not acutely aware of the Aristotelian Problem of First Principles.
- The General sits in his lifeless castle, the decadence of his environment acutely described.
- John's nose is acutely attuned to the wide range of different smell that he works with daily.
- The Governors of the College are acutely aware of the growing educational needs of the wider Church in a changing world.
- A reorganisation of the management of acutely jaundiced patients was needed.
- The author has provided what is certain to be an epic firsthand account of a critical episode in that acutely divisive era.
- Darcy wanted to ask when he had ever paid any attention to furniture but he was acutely aware of Miss Elizabeth's presence.
- Sex - particularly sexual disease linked to prostitution - was an acutely embarrassing subject to any respectable Victorian woman.
- These units were selected because they housed acutely ill patients who generally required bed baths.
- Advances in the recognition and treatment of pain in children over the past 20 years have led to improved pain management for acutely ill and injured children.
- At the same, time we are acutely aware that we could not afford to broadcast the events without sponsors.
- Safety and tolerability of oral loading divalproex sodium in acutely manic bipolar patients.
- He was acutely aware of the hot blush that suddenly coloured his fair skin.
- In fact, Conversation with God is a witty, highly personal piece which acutely portrays some of the contradictions of the contemporary Chinese psyche.
- In this operation I would be acutely aware of the need to minimise civilian casualties.
- Guy Claxton is acutely aware that whatever we say we are imposing a pre-existing framework of ideas.
- Jackson was acutely aware that Florida was a dangerous haven for fugitive slaves.
- Charged with leading Dominique's disciples, he is acutely conscious of the limits imposed on their potential for accomplishment.
- William answered, acutely aware of her proximity.
1.2(keenly)plenamenteto be acutely aware of sth — estar plenamente consciente de algo Mexico Chile
2(perceptively)(observe/analyze) con perspicacia(observe/analyze) con agudeza(observe/analyze) sagazmente
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