In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1decoro masculineto behave with decorum — comportarse con decoro
- All Hindu women, respecting customs of decorum and demureness, refrain from drinking alcohol in public.
- Our waitress, who came running after the hotel's front desk clerk saw us wandering around the dining room, was kind enough to observe the proper decorum for two people in our situation.
- Of course, if you conduct yourself with impeccable taste and decorum, you will soon bore the reporters, and they will stop covering you.
- Although she is clothed modestly and moves with decorum, her song is about her happy anticipation of her wedding night.
- She also makes it clear why it was doomed, defying as it does every respectable idea about godly behaviour, sexual decorum, female carnality and nature itself.
- There was a certain lack of decorum and taste at the Daily Record last week.
- But faith in the classical virtues of decorum and modesty remained with him until his death.
- But it was the women of the congregation who largely drew up the rules of propriety, decorum and morality, and exercised control or influence over the behaviour of their children.
- ‘They are patterns of behaviour or patterns of decorum that we all have,’ says MacArthur.
- By performing the personal in public, talk-show guests transgress the boundaries of behavior and decorum deemed appropriate by middle-class society.
- Asked to comment on his prospects for a first full cap, Hughes is coy - it clearly goes against his inherent sense of modesty and decorum.
- She added: ‘When he stood up to questions in court he held himself with dignity and decorum.’
- Parents gave their children privacy to court alone, often removing themselves from the parlor, trusting that decorum would prevent improper behavior.
- Lowe takes up issues of deportment: the students at both Spelman and Cornell carefully controlled their body movements to display modesty and decorum.
- I must say that the chairman handled the job with decorum and taste, and with the dignity required of him.
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