In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(belief/prejudice) profundamente arraigado
- After all, changing ideas deep-rooted in tradition and culture is quite a long process.
- Campaigners say there are deep-rooted cultural problems within the army that must be exposed and tackled.
- These are primal and deep-rooted fears and will not go away.
- This ruling view is now so deep-rooted in our culture that few bother to question its effects.
- They are fighting a culture that is deep-rooted and obstinate.
- Here is the offering of a modern nation, vibrant, on the go, on one side, and which has a deep-rooted history, culture and ecology on the other.
- In some quarters, the prospect of consolidated communities provokes a deep-rooted fear of losing local control and community identity.
- The Oni character is a deep-rooted aspect of Japanese culture.
- This assumption is so deep-rooted in our culture that it is barely questioned.
- Then there is the deep-rooted fear of idleness.
- He lives in the real world and has a genuine, deep-rooted concern for all.
- It is difficult to override a deep-rooted cultural bias.
- Was it deep-rooted compassion or simply fear that inspired such charity?
- There remains a deep-rooted fears of ‘big’ government in various quarters.
- It may have been that this breakdown was an unbearable coming together of many deep-rooted, complex fears and anxieties.
- He had begun pacing the cave, a nervous habit of his, stopping at the end of his speech to stare at Marcy with deep-rooted concern.
- But the fall-off in ground attendance is also the result of deep-rooted changes in culture and customs which have influenced sport as a commodity.
- As an Indian, I am proud to be part of a culture, which has deep-rooted family values.
- The crew walked out amid lots of cheers and, frankly, some deep-rooted fears.
- She understands how deep-rooted religious, social and cultural practices influence the reception of technology in homes.
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