In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(act/say) con conocimiento de causaI use the term advisedly — utilizo el término intencionadamente
- Somehow that only makes the remaining 1% of fundamental - I use the word advisedly - importance.
- Yet this description has been chosen advisedly.
- Some would-be ‘experts’, I use the word advisedly, are of the opinion that this has to be our year.
- They looted anything of value, and I use that term advisedly.
- Clearly, Novak knows the meaning of the phrase ‘CIA operative’ and he uses it advisedly.
- This kiwi kook, and I use the term kook advisedly, is taking nurturing to a whole new level.
- And it leaves one even more worried and frustrated - but at least advisedly so.
- Are you simply repeating someone else's propaganda in pursuit of a quick buck, and I use this term advisedly.
- Before proceeding any further, I should state at once that the latter term is used advisedly.
- I use the verb advisedly; this is no mere mild irritation.
- The result, in the circumstances, can be identified as a failure to consider - and I use the term advisedly - relevant material.
- Conceivably, at least a third of the combatants - the word used advisedly - could have been dismissed.
- As a card-carrying heathen, I use the word advisedly.
- I use the word advisedly because the word martyr means witness.
- Such a beast, and I choose the word advisedly, was advertised in a local paper.
- What makes these arguments insane - I use the word advisedly - isn't that they don't contain some possible germ of truth.
- I use the question mark in the above headline advisedly.
- I use inverted commas advisedly, because there is nothing less real than a TV reality show.
- For him some ‘goon’ - I use the term advisedly - keeps popping up to say, ‘Wait just a minute!’
- I make the distinction between ‘real people’ and models advisedly.
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