In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(very great)(urgency/caution/poverty) extremo(relief/annoyance) enorme(heat) extremado(heat) intensísimowith extreme care — con sumo cuidado
- a matter of extreme importance — un asunto de suma importancia
- an extreme case — un caso extremo
- The custom of sending love tokens goes back hundreds of years, but reached extreme levels in Victorian times where precious items were sent as tokens of forbidden love.
- When you hear many extremely positive or negative stories it is often an indication that the ‘mania’ has reached its extreme top or bottom.
- The report also revealed the shocking case of a three-year-old who had died from heart failure brought on by extreme obesity after reaching a weight of six stones.
- In the current situation resources are so limited that rationing has to be tightened to extreme degrees and as a result only the most severely ill patients may be offered treatment.
- The extreme degree of the losses, however, caused the society to take immediate action.
- Reports of ethnic massacres signify an extreme degree of threat and it is hard to dismiss the influence of these reports in triggering group mobilization.
- Parents also describe their children as having an extreme degree of grandiose defiance, refusing to comply with authority at home or at school.
- This is why supplier deliveries are slowing to an extreme degree, and unfilled order backlogs are inflating at a double-digit annual pace.
- However, the problem with genome scans involving thousands of markers is that the statistic values of FAs can reach quite extreme magnitudes.
- For this an extreme degree of impudence is required, but experience shows cases of it succeeding.
- Soon there comes a time in which jet lag has seized your mind and body to such an extreme degree that resignation is all that remains.
- With the outside temperature touching 43 degrees Celsius, the extreme heat policy was in force.
- True, her mother had been killed in a terrorist incident when she was younger, but that only made her detest Mercalli to an extreme degree, it didn't make her do crazy counterproductive things.
- He configured power to such an extreme degree in our system that the role of his character is absolutely central.
- The district had gone from self-sufficiency to an extreme degree of dependency.
- They experience an extreme degree of occupational segregation.
- You are depending upon yourself to a degree that can cause extreme unease, but this is acute to all species of creativity.
- The sensitivities of the minorities have been acknowledged to an extreme degree - often at the risk to majority rights.
- Or you're guilty of wishful thinking to an extreme degree.
- After the divorce, her drinking reached extreme lows.
2(not moderate)(action/measure) extremo(measure/action) extremado(opinion) extremistato be extreme in one's views/opinions — tener ideas/opiniones extremistas
- the extreme left/right — la extrema izquierda/derecha
- The Sunday New York Times reported on the progress of the plot to pick youngish and extreme candidates.
- As de Gaulle began to disentangle his nation from the interminable drain of money, resources and blood that was the Algerian war, Le Pen began his first serious flirtation with the extreme right.
- He said the world was facing a new threat from ‘brutal states’ armed with weapons of mass destruction, and from extreme terrorists.
- Cadres of extreme fighters in terrorist and militant organizations have a proclivity for violence that evidence of its past futility cannot deter.
- He was in fact not talking about any nominees he would block, but about the possibility that the Democrats would block more extreme candidates as they did in his first term.
- He doesn't, of course, but instead winds it up until there is no choice but to feel torn between equally extreme alternatives in much the same way Jeffrey is torn.
- He represented a family merchant business and was friendly with many of those who inspired the extreme phase of the revolution.
- Such concerns are legitimate, but to form a political alliance with the extreme right of the Republican Party on this basis is unprincipled and reactionary.
- That sort of extreme attitude is what has put fear into the minds of New Zealanders, and it is why contemporary claims send a shiver down their spine.
- But this new world faces a new threat of disorder and chaos born either of brutal states armed with weapons of mass destruction or of extreme terrorist groups.
- This organisation is not simply an isolated enclave of extreme prejudice and backwardness.
- People who do not share the drive for rational thinking and control may be a threat and natural target for the more extreme members of this group.
- Although we've already seen that having the endorsement of the most extreme members of the Democratic Party does not ensure victory in the primaries.
- In some ways, it is bad, because I think it has exacerbated the division, which in part explains the extreme opinions the post has raised.
- Not surprisingly, most of the respondents expressed extreme opinions about Springer.
- More extreme members of right-wing groups tap into this divide by encouraging mistrust of city dwellers and the educated.
- Labour's application to govern you is based on a myth that the only alternative is a more extreme version of what they offer.
- The case concerned protecting the emerging corporate order from the Court's more extreme members as much as it did resistance to the antislavery movement.
- His alliance extends from economic neo-liberals to Christian Democrats and extreme right-wing nationalists.
- Several nationalistic organisations pursue this agenda using extreme individuals from the Orthodox Church.
3(outermost)in the extreme north/south — en la zona más septentrional/meridional
- we're at the extreme limit of our resources — hemos llegado al límite de nuestros recursos
- This variety is largely confined to Texas, but is known from extreme northwest Louisiana.
- The model uses as data either the counts of genes in a syntenic block or the distance between extreme members of a block, or both.
- They occupied the extreme north-west corner of Brigantian territory comprising Cumberland and part of Westmorland.
- The cold air in its rear reaches the extreme south during Friday night.
- It's not the positioning of the schools, but whoever decided on the amazingly stupid catchment areas that now means the schools are at the extreme ends of their catchment areas instead of the centre.
- The alignments indicate that Sir2p has a unique domain at its extreme N terminus.
- ST.PETERSBURG, situated in extreme Northwest Russia and formerly known as Petrograd or Leningrad, is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe.
- For proper operation, each SCSI bus segment must be terminated at the two extreme ends of the segment.
- However, on the more level ground at the south-west and extreme north-west they are triple.
- Wedged by Northern Ireland into the extreme northwest of the island, its back to the sea, Donegal is linked to the republic by a slender isthmus.
- These bases fell so swiftly that the US troops were able to attack Eniwetok atoll at the extreme north-west end of the island chain six weeks ahead of schedule.
- This truncation shows that the extreme C terminus of the SPM domain is required for protein interactions.
- Shelter sheds can be seen (middle centre, on the beach) while on the extreme right are some of the beach cottages, used primarily by visitors.
- In each case it was not possible unambiguously to align portions of the extreme amino and carboxyl termini of the sequences.
- At the extreme north-west corner of Ngargo Island, near a massive bomb-scar in the rocky cliff, lies a very curious wreck.
1extremo masculinea country of extremes — un país de extremos / de grandes contrastes
- a man of extremes — un extremista
- extremes of temperature — temperaturas extremas
- to go from one extreme to the other — ir de un extremo al / a otro
- she carries things to extremes — es una extremista / una exagerada
- And of course then they will go to different extremes than we would, they may go to a shaman, they may go to a faith healer looking for a way through this and to resolve the issue.
- Murder One falls somewhere in the middle of all these extremes.
- Here the speculations begin to run wild, and things get absurd when the speculations contradict each other to the extreme.
- The two of them were closer than anything, they rarely fought recently and they would go to the extremes for each other.
- The exposed site is subject to weather extremes, therefore diving in this area is a special treat.
- Her moods were becoming all extremes, with no middle ground.
- This large area south of Russia and bordering China is subject to great extremes of climate.
- In Strangers to Ourselves, Timothy Wilson offers an assessment of the human unconscious that is very different from these extremes.
- While gaining a more exciting life, she would be hungry much of the time, would lack veterinary care, and would be subject to weather extremes and miscellaneous outdoor dangers.
- Both Harvey and Sarah were daring each other into the extremes.
- So I said a little bit about how there are different extremes of feminism, and that no, I'm not at the end that hates men.
- The simulation was run using these groupings representing extremes of possible variation caused through modeling population dynamics.
- And it's a good job too, because we just can't cope, even with minor extremes of weather.
- And from that, we're going to move onto extremes of a different kind.
- Canada is a country of extremes in terms of its size, climate, and geography.
- The product is produced at temperature extremes exceeding 300 degrees below zero.
- Suddenly everything is confined to exposed planters, removed from the usual moisture and nutrient sources, and subject to climatic extremes.
- Featuring the latest in DX9 shader technology, Auto Assault will represent the extreme of what is possible on today's graphics cards.
- I assume the extremes of the different genres represented here can be reflected in what goes on in the mind of the madman in the film.
- His has been a career of excesses and extremes - two Majors victories to showcase his rare ability, but too many unsavoury moments.
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