In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The audience is propelled into the existential angst of everyday living.
- It is a sign of the times, of our tumultuous, dizzying culture of metaphysical angst.
- If there is angst, it is a human condition rather than a disorder specific to the urban, displaced elite.
- At the root of the crisis is a deep angst over the dire state of domestic and European economic affairs.
- Teenage clubs would be formed in schools to tackle teenage angst and improve leadership qualities.
- The twin evils of terrorism and teenage angst drove her to bulimia, a condition she tackled only a year back.
- What makes these songs so potent is the unmistakable angst festering beneath each one.
- It involves a lack of motivation, a destruction of self belief, a general feeling of angst.
- Through an occasional nocturnal trip to the gym, Matt Murdock finds a way to relieve some of his adolescent angst.
- The sense of angst and melancholy conveyed by Lumley, with the aid of director Hugo Blick, is strangely appealing.
- Racism first manifests itself among the group as a form of verbal violence, an expression of general angst.
- Many of the works that appear in the show depict the angst of the present generation.
- Each of us have tremendous angst and shame and heartache about our eating disorders on the show.
- The summer that is now nearly officially behind us has been all about a kind of existential angst for me.
- It didn't seem so, and the approach of my 40th birthday induced a bout of full - blown midlife angst.
- Still, few could have predicted he'd fall this deep into a pit of lyrical self-pity and teen angst.
- On the creative front: I'm asking myself about how and why one can derive creativity from angst or annoyance.
- Everything bounces along with a youthful joy, devoid of cynical teenage angst, full of hope and dare we say it slightly soppy.
- I think there is a human dilemma, human pain and angst, and that it is very universal.
- Is it just a deeper than normal journey into adolescent angst or a modern fairy tale?
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.