In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1exasperación feminineleave me alone! she cried in exasperation — —¡déjame en paz! —gritó exasperada
- His mood ranged from nervousness and exasperation to contempt and defiance even anger.
- said the steward who, with exasperation, surveyed the teenager who was wearing full cricket gear.
- Now instead of the anger and exasperation, an emotion more like dread clouded his mind.
- No opportunity for zaniness is knowingly passed up, to the exasperation of the long-suffering staff.
- They have been torturing each other for decades, giving vent to shouts and exasperations, though at night they sleep in adjoining double beds.
- Considering he and Stimac put 16 hours a day into the place, his exasperation is justified.
- Terel stopped in his tracks and turned to her, agitated exasperation on his face.
- My response to these complaints is a slight feeling of exasperation.
- He smiled patiently, betraying only a small hint of exasperation.
- The exasperation, while he seeks to put a lid on it, spills forth.
- My feeling was more of exasperation at this point because I knew what we had gotten ourselves into.
- Such exasperation may have led to posters being stolen and vandalised but there could be another reason.
- I sighed in exasperation as I realised Evaline hadn't even started on dinner yet.
- Spear's face was full of exasperation and worry, as he shoved his way through the crowd.
- The exasperation disappears from their voices as they deal with customers.
- But there was a tangible atmosphere of exasperation towards the week's end.
- And to top it all off, there are aphorisms, rubrics, musings, meditations, exhalations, exasperations.
- My own daily dose of exasperation and humiliation comes courtesy of Bandit, a three-year-old Dalmatian.
- Who do you know in your life who is a source of pain, annoyance or exasperation?
- In fact he smiled on quite a few occasions, though probably more out of exasperation than anything else.
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