In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(active person)persona emprendedora femininepersona dinámica feminine
- Bill is a stander and a doer, not a sitter and a thinker.
- In those days the world was divided for me into dreamers, and doers.
- Her reputation as a doer and a getter-of-things-done has been damaged by her misjudgement of the repeal of Clause 28.
- An idealist tempered by realism, Holland was a doer, not a doubter.
- On the backbenches, Labour women argue that the performance so far shows that women are doers, while men play at politics.
- She was the doer in the family; her husband, the pontificator.
- The magazine and a jury of visionaries nominate the leading thinkers and doers in 14 categories ranging from business to design to entertainment to policy.
- He did so because he is seen as a doer, a man who will go out there and represent you to the very best of his ability.
- In a country with so much to do, we could use a doer over a performer.
- When it comes to protecting this city's history, she is a doer, not a talker.
- I mean, they said, listen, we were raised as firefighters, and we're taught to be doers, we're taught to be quick responders.
- The cardinal principles are: be a dreamer as well as a doer.
- It's a country of dreamers, and doers, and people are compassionate about their neighbors, it's just unbelievable.
- I mean, when he was the mayor of Istanbul, he showed that he was a doer, that he was capable, but running a country is something different.
- ‘I'm a doer, an action man, and it's not within my nature to sit back and be a follower,’ he said.
- Yes, there are a lot of people questioning the usefulness of the thing but I see a lot of doers out there that just don't talk a lot about the activities they're involved with.
- Woman are doers, they're very active, they cut to the chase very quickly.
- The talkers and writers resent being left on the sidelines by the doers.
- He was a thinker and a doer, a philosopher and an adventurer - as unafraid of making bold proclamations as he was of flying faulty planes over treacherous routes.
- In this increasingly technological world, we must breed scientists, not just engineers; thinkers, not just doers.
2(person who does sth)hacedor masculinehacedora femininea doer of good works — un buen samaritano
- He concludes that novels about terrorists will continue to be written, but that they will not be as sympathetic towards the actual doers of the deeds.
- I learned that God, the distant doer of unpredictable and arbitrary magic failed to engage or enliven my soul.
- For those who must labor in quiet to protect freedom from doers of evil: we congratulate you, even though we will never know your names.
- I have a feeling that many of our poor doers at school over the years have been undiagnosed VCFS kids, and these kids can be helped.
- Justice permits the doer of evil to be held accountable for every iota of harm that ensues as a result of the evil act, and that reckoning can be terrible indeed.
- Your wise philosophical saying that, ‘a victim never forgets, but the doer does’ is true in the circumstances.
- It put me in the act of doing and realizing that God is the doer and nothing is in my hands.
- That simple act releases you from the weight of feeling as though you are the doer and gives you the strength to move ahead.
- But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. - James 1: 22.
- He was a smoker, a drinker and a doer of many of the things I like to do, not least of which were noodling around and feeling annoyed at people.
- At the moment the discussion is about whether the doers can beat the rap.
- A terrible crime has been committed and the doers have to face the consequences of their actions.
- It has tangible positive effects on the physical and emotional health of the doer.
- He yearns to be a doer of good, rather than a do-gooder.
- Thus, it can be concluded that chance and choice both are involved in any action in this life, along with the doer, his methods and the environment.
- Operational requirements for the doers and the in baskets for the staffers often get in the way.
- So when someone does something or has something done to them, six times out of ten I know the doer and or the done/to.
- If I deceive you, then I am deceiver and you deceived; I the doer, you the victim.
- What will it take before people stop blaming everyone but the doers of evil?
- Characters do selfless and nice things, in a way that denies the doer something they really want.
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