In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Rather than denigrating insurers, it would be instructive for Nation readers to hear from an actuary or underwriter.
- Their obvious unfettered delight in denigrating these two prominent citizens made me feel sick.
- But denigrating weblogs because they're introspective is like declaring the bicycle pointless because we have oil tankers.
- Recent ‘throw-away’ comments by the institute denigrating A-level standards have angered teachers.
- While no one believes it, few would be willing to admit it for, among other reasons, fear of denigrating the service of reserve personnel.
- The new parliament [building] has been unfairly denigrated.
- Members of the travelling community have been accused of denigrating the appearance of a local historical monument.
- He would have us celebrate a political process close to home while denigrating the same process when it occurs a little further away.
- On Wednesday, an anonymous source sent a bundle of articles to the camp denigrating the peace advocates.
- It's just that we as critics have tended to stand apart and denigrate the content.
- ‘I'm only human,’ he whines, thereby denigrating the rest of his otherwise noble species.
- I think it treats readers like idiots, insults their intelligence and denigrates the whole point of delivering news in the first place.
- When it was published I found that my methods were denigrated by critics who were not sympathetic to my findings.
- Time is also looking over the critic's shoulder when he or she denigrates the language of such writers.
- They insult their opponents, they denigrate their arguments and they offer few facts.
- Rational people judge the message without denigrating the messenger.
- I wouldn't for a moment wish to decry or denigrate the very real achievements made by disabled people.
- But tables like this do not take account of the fact that some of our children are getting double what they have been predicted to achieve, and it upsets me because this denigrates their achievement.
- These critics claim he denigrates the ‘real’ moral values of Sri Lankan rural life.
- Any discussion of the concept will be used to criticise and denigrate it.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.