In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1perturbardesconcertarhe wasn't at all fazed by the question — ni se inmutó cuando le hicieron la pregunta
- Midway through he took a crisp right hook, which barely fazed him.
- It doesn't faze her that many times her fellow riders are one-third her age.
- But nothing fazes Richard, so he'll be up for it.
- She's been on the stage since the age of three so nothing fazes her at all.
- It wasn't just the size of the Celtic support that fazed him, apparently, but also their expectation levels.
- Even the dominance of his competitors does not appear to faze him.
- The task ahead is formidable but unlikely to faze her.
- This is another reason my new duties have not fazed me.
- If you start thinking about it too much it can faze you.
- I, on the other hand, am constantly dumping and getting dumped, and none of it seems to faze me.
- It is an odd situation but I'm sure he will want to perform on that stage and he is such a great professional that things are unlikely to faze him.
- I pretend that nothing fazes me and I outrightly dismiss those things I cannot understand.
- If I had lost everything I would have started again and that never fazed me.
- There were people dancing and bumping into you and it didn't even faze you.
- But if it didn't work out, I just don't think that would faze me too much.
- He says the amount doesn't faze him at all, although he admits the investment is reaching ‘a farcical level’.
- The trick is that Juan graduated from a hard school and nothing fazes him.
- Nothing ever fazes her and she'd be a fantastic mom if she weren't totally opposed to the idea.
- That kind of experience means that, later in your career, very little fazes you.
- The way the Portuguese starlet is going, you cannot imagine anything fazing him.
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