In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(supporter/believer) fanático(devotion/loyalty/belief) ciego
- Having a fanatical enemy that works for law enforcement can lead to extremely dangerous situations.
- We bring to our efforts a fanatical obsession with quality and exclusivity.
- The fundamentalism of fanatical conviction knows no boundaries; rogues do understand each other.
- Every country in the world I've been to, there are groups of people that are really fanatical about saving the shark.
- Scrupulous research and a fanatical concern for historical accuracy is a demonstration of Weir's seriousness.
- Jean Claude is also a lover of animals, and when he does something, he is fanatical about it.
- I used to be totally fanatical about dates, but then I've slowly gone off those and now I just eat raisins and prunes.
- The people there are fanatical about what they do, and until that wears off they will be tough to beat.
- The Irish are fanatical about racing, extremely knowledgeable and are always on the lookout for an equine hero.
- As a lot of people know already, she's a really obsessed, fanatical football fan.
- They are rather fanatical about lengthening their own lives and fending off death indefinitely.
- The LEJ and other fanatical Sunni groups have a history of sectarian violence in Pakistan.
- The concept of heroism became unthinkable except in relation to fanatical military force.
- It very much surprised me about the Americans, as they seem to be fanatical about God and Religion.
- His father was a French émigré, his mother Catherine Welby, a fanatical Protestant sectarian.
- Prime Minister John Howard describes himself as fanatical about sport.
- The keen swimmer and fanatical Rovers fan taught thousands of people, young and old, to swim within the 10m teaching pool.
- The trick, I guess, is not to get too fanatical about getting the accent too accurate because then that becomes a mask.
- He saw Muslims as a cohesive unit, unflinchingly committed to their religion, even fanatical about it.
- Many have suffered at the hands of the fanatical few.
- It is indeed very sad that our country and government tolerates fanatical groups of people that dictate their will upon others.
- If they weren't fanatical about Christianity, what would they be fanatical about?
- It's quite worrying that there are people out to kill us, people motivated by fanatical hatred and religious extremism.
- There's the urbane family man, charming in company and fanatical about sport.
- In fact, she had become almost fanatical about raising her and taking care of everything.
- Méchain was fanatical about accuracy and, as we shall soon see, these measurements would cause him anguish for the rest of his life.
- She followed Lt. Tod's orders with a zeal that the others joked was fanatical.
- Mothers were fanatical about making sure their homes and family were decent.
- These books are an indictment of uncompromising, fanatical, and utopian ideology.
- The vast majority of Hitler's fanatical supporters easily transitioned to life in the free world.
- Becci is fanatical about football and was the first girl at her primary school to play for the boy's team.
- But such measures offer no deterrent to a single fanatical suicide attacker.
- Mr Able usually wore a hat and had long grey hair and was fanatical about music, especially The Beatles.
- The village folk take the palm leaf books as the store house of precious occult knowledge and guard them with fanatical zeal.
- Those of you familiar with my column know I'm pretty fanatical about security.
- It's always amused me that some of the most fanatical anti-tobacco activists are also mad keen on legalising dope.
- The elimination of all relics of the Hashemites was undertaken with fanatical zeal.
- I think many Christians in the current climate perceive Islam as a religion of fanatical extremists who commit acts of terrorism.
- A short man with graying hair and tinted glasses, Ecclestone is fanatical about neatness.
- The attempt to act in accordance with a system of ideas is invariably denounced as ideological, fanatical, utopian or millenarian.
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