In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1contenciosopolémicoconfrontacional Latin America
- They were all funny in an almost confrontational way.
- We have guys with sharper teeth who are being more confrontational.
- A young steward challenged me in quite a confrontational way.
- She talks of her confrontational attitude toward them during the early days of her captivity.
- Mitch is somewhat confrontational with Blanche, witnessing her delusions.
- No worker delights in taking a confrontational stand on the job.
- A more confrontational approach has been taken by the Vatican, with senior bishops calling for the film to be boycotted.
- This was the kind of confrontational work for which the Royal Court had long been famous.
- Some who have tangled with the two women over zoning changes say they can be confrontational.
- They've also co-opted the mocking, confrontational tone of bygone campus radicals in their tactics.
- The solo parts are not notably athletic or confrontational.
- Some officials suggested a less confrontational approach might reap dividends.
- "This was not a person who was confrontational or combative."
- Such a confrontational argument does not gain much support among the Americans.
- Let's try to move toward a more peaceful set of relationships, less confrontational than we've been through.
- The report suggested case workers were concerned about damaging their relationship with her by being overly confrontational.
- Indeed, he has made his point, albeit in the least confrontational way possible.
- My first books were about being very aggressive, very confrontational.
- Faced with the French media on the eve of yesterday's opening time trial, Armstrong was more confrontational.
- Checking the facts seems irrelevant, even confrontational or counter therapeutic.
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