In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(analysis/account/statement) desapasionado(analysis/account/statement) objetivo(adjudication) imparcial(adjudication) ecuánime(onlooker) imparcialhe remained dispassionate in the argument — no se acaloró en la discusión
- let's try and be dispassionate about it — intentemos verlo de forma objetiva
- The professional soldier is one who is cold, dispassionate and regretful in his duty when forced to kill.
- They're able to go back now and take really deliberate, dispassionate views of the situation.
- It is not surprising that the decision was not as dispassionate and impartial as we might feel after 60 years.
- Will was calm and dispassionate in stating something that is demonstrably false.
- There has been no open forum in which each side could present its case in a sober and dispassionate manner.
- People falsely assume that being dispassionate means being cold or indifferent.
- Her expression was pure tranquillity, so dispassionate and detached that she seemed to be in the depths of some daydream.
- But on the surface he remains calm, a dispassionate child observing his parents from the other side of an emotional gulf.
- His unflappable dispassionate calm is an end in itself.
- He's a perfectionist who pushes himself, often in a cold, dispassionate way.
- That immediately drained the emotion out of everything; I became dispassionate, rational.
- How these professionals can remain dispassionate and impartial in their job I will never know.
- Don't look here for cool analysis or dispassionate reportage - Cohen is too angry for that.
- Strong opinions are best served by cold dispassionate logic.
- The advantage is that he will be able to take a more distant and dispassionate view of things and will be seen to be impartial.
- Instead we are given a cool, dispassionate demonstration of formal alternatives.
- Instead, it comes across as a rather dispassionate account written by an author frightened of emotion.
- While their style is sometimes cool and dispassionate, their sympathies are usually clear.
- This is colder and more dispassionate, with a lead character who we're supposed to sympathise with, but who kills for a living.
- They wish to return to an atmosphere of mutual respect, which will permit rational and dispassionate debate.
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