In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(argument/assertion) refutar formalthere is no gainsaying the fact that he lied — es innegable que mintió
- there is no gainsaying her talent — es innegable / indiscutible que tiene talento
- From early in her life Kamla is surprised by a contrary inner voice which frequently gainsays the received wisdom of her elders and betters.
- Anything outside those actions is proof one has entered the Iron Bubble, and automatically gainsays the statements of the other side simply because the other side made them.
- In the light of the ability to pay the Liquidator the correct account, the claimant's statements have not been gainsaid.
- In an era in which the very power of national governments of reformist pedigree to deliver reforms is under question, Labour gainsays the question.
- Whatever problems one might have with military tribunals, is it really possible to gainsay the White House response on this one?
- It is an about-face that gainsays the ground of his achievement.
- Again, it cannot be gainsaid that the greater number of those who hold high places in our poetical literature are absolute nincompoops - fellows alike innocent of reason and of rhyme.
- No one truthfully gainsays the importance of professionalism to modern technological progress.
- We do not gainsay any of that, your Honour, and, indeed, the complaint against us is not in connection with the certification process, of course.
- No-one can possibly gainsay the need to travel on the railway in safety and it will be difficult to advance an argument against these giants.
- Anybody gainsaying General Relativity had best demonstrate an unambiguous reproducible falsification.
- These revisionists could not of course ultimately gainsay the fact that France was defeated.
- I'm not denying or gainsaying the fact that one could make a case.
- Now, I don't gainsay the need to start the transition process.
- In your place, I should not gainsay the truth, but I'd put it in a different and more telling way.…
- Twenty-five years on, who can gainsay their prophetic analysis?
- But it is hard to gainsay the fundamental reality that the liberal news media are more firmly in the saddle than ever.
- We may not gainsay the outcome but we can say that if the Commission rules against Deputy Collins the party leadership will have little room for manoeuvre.
- It cannot be gainsaid that the digital revolution is here with us.
- Pundits argue still, but no one gainsays that such involvement and determination created something more than a gestural pastiche.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.