In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1eurófobo masculineeurófoba feminine
- The Europhile and Europhobe press in Britain are both commending him.
- But given that it was written by a rabid Europhobe, all this really needed was a touch of cosmetic surgery.
- What ever position you come from, Europhile or Europhobe, the reality remains the same.
- Goaded almost beyond reason by his Europhobe critics, he actually resigned the party leadership in May 1995.
- The standard of information in the right-wing Europhobe press especially is getting beyond a joke.
- He was never able to operate freely because Europhobe backbenchers held the balance of power in parliament.
- Interested UK punters are advised, generally, to use a filter to take out Europhobe - and for that matter Europhile - bias.
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