In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1evidentemanifiestoshe dresses with evident care — se nota que pone un gran cuidado en el vestir
- it was all too evident that he was lying — era evidente / se notaba / estaba claro que estaba mintiendo
- It hangs from two points, its weight evident, about to fall and reveal what lies beyond.
- He had a great sense of justice and fair play and this was so evident on the football field.
- Planning law is not easy for laymen to understand, which is evident from your editorial.
- The communality of the hotel's ownership is evident in the friendliness of the staff.
- Her natural gift of drawing is evident from her work as well as her love of tone and colour.
- The new stadium is going up very slowly, with the new arch still barely evident.
- Unfortunately, there does not seem to be much in the way of evident relaxation or solution.
- It is evident there is an ongoing need for a local group campaigning in the cause of peace and justice.
- His importance to the team was clearly evident when he was ruled out for the final months of the season.
- If a relationship is strong, a clear patterning to the variables will be evident.
- It is not at all evident that Western intelligence has any clear idea where to locate him.
- This is a trend that's been evident for the last three years and it has culminated in this.
- The ink smearing is evident foreshadowing of her death, but also of what else is to come.
- If there is none, this will be clearly evident to all who live in the tradition, and to those beyond.
- The railway stations revert to older materials and greater personal care is evident.
- A gift of leadership and a facility of speech were clearly evident from his youth.
- The party atmosphere will be evident in scores of other venues across the city.
- The words are becoming familiar and the lack of youth provision appears evident.
- The warmth of the reception is evident as you drive up the motorway from Chicago.
- That flaw was evident in the first half yesterday but was rectified almost immediately.
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