In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(extremely)terriblementeit was fearfully hot — hacía un calor espantoso / terrible
- After having been fearfully annoyed, however, by a crowd of half-armed Saracens, Joinville and his friends made a charge.
- His eyes were light blue and rather small, and his face was fearfully freckled; but for all that he was not a bad-looking boy.
- He had lived so long in the open air, and led so active a life, imprisonment was telling fearfully upon his strong frame.
- The sandflies are so fearfully vicious that they prevent me from writing or doing anything and make me very irritable.
- It was old, and high above the water; and it shook fearfully as they went over it.
- This parish only attracted three converts last year and confessions are fearfully low.
- The poor girl was so fearfully covered with the loathsome eruption, that on the sixth day her skin could not be seen on any part of her body.
- Too many people have, and would, just be fearfully quiet in such a horrible situation.
- He does not sound at all handsome, and he is fearfully old.
- The online version of a gallery show, it has some fearfully vicious images - check out particularly the caricatures.
- He hasn't any money, but is fearfully learned.
- It appears to be fearfully highbrow.
- Fielding had a fearfully difficult time in his youth trying to work out what girls wanted.
- The one on the white horse was fearfully handsome and charmingly polite.
- She's fearfully clever.
- The loss of men, in each ship, was fearfully great, and singularly equal.
- I would dearly love this book, Style and Epoch: Moisei Ginzburg, but it's fearfully pricey.
- The fearfully serious event inspired this bright and deceptively playful assemblage.
- Her imagination had depicted him to her as suffering fearfully, but yet supported and illuminated by sanctity, love, and patience.
- He screamed as it flew round and round him, searching out a place where it might sting him most fearfully.
2(in, with fear)con temor
- Jacob and Bryan stare fearfully at Dodge.
- In the village were only scared-looking women standing in small groups, glancing fearfully around.
- They were soon blinking fearfully at the financial markets like rabbits caught in the headlamps of a truck.
- He glanced around fearfully in case anyone was watching what seemed like an ordinary conversation between the two men.
- She pressed her back against the wall and looked fearfully at everyone who moved.
- Some members of the public, who witnessed the incident outside when he attacked Baney, looked fearfully at the man.
- They don't step up to a long first putt thinking fearfully of a possible three-putt.
- Many women react fearfully to the news that they were going to have their baby in The Netherlands.
- They each regarded Mrs. Bennet fearfully.
- A gaggle of ibis roosting in a nearby tree hooted fearfully.
- They received us a little fearfully.
- When she fearfully approaches him, he touches her coat, but stops himself.
- The Demon sank into a chair, nerveless and limp, but still staring fearfully at the boy.
- Margaret stared fearfully at her brother who was smiling quietly to himself.
- All this week you will be looking fearfully to New York City for guidance on what you will be wearing shortly.
- Everyone is scared, waiting fearfully for the next attack.
- Milo told me, softly and a little fearfully, that he was in awe of it.
- I left Darren staring fearfully out the window.
- We saw people running by outside our window, peering fearfully back over their shoulders.
- The mother, still recovering from the trauma of the delivery, fearfully anticipated the possibility of rejection by her in-laws.
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