In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1constantementehe's constantly moaning about something — está constantemente / continuamente quejándose
- a constantly changing world — un mundo en constante cambio
- I loved her because she always had a smile on her face and constantly gave her best.
- Teenagers today are constantly being told how we need to study hard to gain the best from our future.
- Because of his zest for life he was, and will be, an inspiration to me constantly.
- We are constantly looking at ways in which to make the car park a safer place.
- When I go to stay with them my mum constantly wants to know what they are up to and what his girlfriend is like.
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