In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1amilanarintimidararredrar literaryshe felt daunted by the danger — se amilanó ante el peligro
- Hard work never daunted him and when his wife Nora died 32 years ago, he raised his family of nine.
- Mr Bridges, who served in the Army, police force and was also a publican, said he was not daunted by public speaking.
- True, the country's problems would daunt any leader, but he has not addressed any of them effectively after a year in office.
- It is an exercise that would have daunted people far younger than him.
- Denise isn't daunted about hosting her own show, and doesn't worry about what the press say.
- Despite his troubles, he said, ‘While God gives me strength, failure will not daunt me.’
- Most of my travels having been to hot places, I was daunted at the prospect of such cold - but the invitation was irresistible.
- Even the prospect of getting down to taxing schoolwork did not daunt Amy.
- He isn't daunted by the attention the tattoo will attract.
- If he was daunted by the magnitude of the task, Gurley's public persona did not display it.
- No situation now daunts him, nor does any opponent.
- ‘Sustaining 100 per cent growth is new to us, but it is not something that daunts us,’ he said.
- The young sailor is not daunted in what will be his longest single handed spell at sea.
- As far as going back into management is concerned, no it doesn't daunt me.
- The prospect of transplant surgery does not daunt her.
- Meantime, the challenges of being Rector of Dundee should not daunt Kelly, with her empathetic skills, campaigning experience and endless enthusiasm.
- Now, here we were as pensioners, setting out on an expedition that might have daunted us when we were teenagers.
- One month into her new role, she isn't daunted by the enormous challenge facing her.
- There is no task that will daunt this dedicated team.
- Iruwan admits that he is slightly daunted by the prospect of racing in front of his home crowd.
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