In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(fear/doubt) disipar(anger) aplacar
- Mr O'Malley moved quickly to allay fears that any recommendations made by the new body would not be accepted.
- But Mr Halloways claimed the majority of residents did want the scheme to go ahead and it was hoped they would be able to allay the fears of the rest.
- After years of broken promises, public fears must be allayed once and for all.
- If he was worried about making so many changes, his fears were soon allayed by the attitude of the young newcomers.
- So the industry was co-funding a £7 million research programme to try to allay public fears.
- Talk of moderation isn't allaying the fears of environmentalists, who are feeling particularly vulnerable these days.
- Even worse, the new security measures are more likely to cause alarm than to allay passengers' fears.
- The primary focus was on immediate actions that could allay fears of a nervous public.
- Education chiefs in York have moved to allay parents' fears about the safety of children travelling to school.
- And any idea or thought that allays this fear is likely to have a huge influence on human conduct.
- It is at times like this you realise what ministers are there for - to ease panic, to allay public alarm, to stop crises running out of control.
- If you consider yourself so morally superior, get out there and allay the fears of the ignorant public.
- Fearful of being accused of complacency, they fail to allay public fears and often play up hypothetical risks.
- To allay public fears, two meetings will be held at which details of the initial work will be outlined.
- The President and his family, in an attempt to allay public fears, got shots on prime-time television.
- When academics try to allay public fears with statistics, we must always ask who funded that research.
- We have already dealt with the worries of local objectors and allayed their fears.
- In order to allay public fears, experts have been hired to conduct a study of the cracks and determine whether they will affect the dams.
- Both Martens and Cocca have found that education generally allays the public's fears.
- There was little the administration could do to confirm the news or allay the fears of the public.
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