In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(discerning)(critic) exigente(judgment) sagaz(taste) refinado(taste) educado(taste) que sabe distinguirfor the discriminating customer/palate — para el cliente/paladar exigente / que sabe apreciar lo que es bueno
- she watches anything on TV, she's not very discriminating — ve cualquier cosa que den por televisión, sin ningún criterio selectivo
- Sure, free range, grass fed cattle is best, especially for the discriminating taste, but is it affordable?
- I can't imagine it appealing much to women or to those of more discriminating tastes.
- For people of discriminating tastes, that is the ideal karaoke.
- My discriminating palate tastes the most uncommon differences
- If a woman is discriminating and judgemental, doesn't that make her affection a greater prize?
- Today's most notorious urban music artists love it, so do discriminating four-star chefs and everyone in between.
- Here are the latest DVD releases for those with discriminating tastes.
- ‘The composer's operetta appeals to a less discriminating taste for melody, harmony and rhythm,’ he said.
- My comments are those of an occasional patient, a discriminating consumer, and a visual critic.
- How sweet of you to worry, but I do have a discriminating taste in men.
- But increasingly, what many discriminating moviegoers want is a more judicious use of visual effects
- Apart from finding a reputable dealer, the only way for serious collectors to develop a discriminating eye is through studying the history of the medium, visiting museums and galleries and endlessly handling and comparing prints.
- It does require a fairly perceptive and finely discriminating eye to judge intelligently the intrinsic qualities of any work of art.
- This place has some amazingly gorgeous things to offer shoppers with discriminating taste.
- They have a strong desire to succeed, are very discriminating and tend to be critical of others.
- In five years since coming to England, he had received royal notice as poet and playwright, the subscription had gone well, he enjoyed the friendships of men of wit and the support of some discriminating patrons.
- You seem like someone who has discriminating tastes.
- Daisy has a very sensitive stomach and a discriminating palate.
- They have discriminating taste and an appreciation of craftsmanship.
- I think you have to arm yourself with good information, which means seeking out reliable books or Internet sites that can give you the information so that you can be a discriminating consumer.
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