In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(prospect) desalentador(prospect) sobrecogedorit's a daunting task — es una tarea de enormes proporciones
- Making a fresh start once a divorce is finalised will be a daunting prospect.
- Undergoing major organ transplantation is a daunting prospect for anyone.
- When Clark was placed with the team, working with a chief superintendent was quite a daunting prospect.
- It is a daunting task for any Government to ensure the health of the citizens.
- Handling the sheer volume of such server-generated virus detected messages can be a daunting task.
- Stepping on court against a four-year-old shouldn't be a daunting prospect.
- To follow in her footsteps must be a daunting prospect for any other actor or singer.
- Starting your own business at the tender age of 23 would seem a daunting task for most people.
- He faces the daunting prospect of up to three different exams in one day.
- Mrs Britton, 32, said that starting a pub from scratch is a daunting task but well worth the hard work.
- The sight of the massive queue must have been daunting, but you dealt with the situation magnificently.
- Don't let yourself be put off, however, by the daunting prospect of a 79-mile walk.
- On top of this, a Shakespeare monologue or script had to be learnt - a daunting prospect indeed.
- If you haven't been in a gym since school, joining can be a daunting prospect.
- Going to university is a daunting prospect for many of us currently studying at A-level.
- Standing motionless for hours on end may seem like a daunting task to most people, but they consider it fun.
- For our police to be both effective and humane is a daunting task.
- She's packed enough clothes for everyone so that she won't be faced with the daunting task of doing the laundry.
- Choosing just 75 drawings from the collection presented Clayton with a daunting task.
- Was it a daunting task to make a film about the life of someone who was still very much alive?
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