In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(dazzling)(light/sun) deslumbrante(sun/light) cegador
- Suddenly, a glaring light lit the darkness of the water.
- It was at that exact moment that a set of security lamps decided to kick in and bathe me in their glaring beams of light.
- This year they have been an indictment of them, the most glaring light under which their deficiencies have been exposed.
- A lamp's glaring light shimmered in her reflective teary eyes.
- We wail angrily as the glaring light blinds our new eyes.
- Suddenly a large hunched over figure emerged from the space craft, a single black spot blocking out the glaring light that the vessel reflected.
- The visibility was more than a hundred plus, with the white sand bottom reflecting the glaring sun.
- The sun shined its glaring reflection off millions of grains of sand, and at last I found what I was looking for.
- Placed in a wilderness of dark mountains, the scene is relieved by a flood of glaring light that holds the figures in a tableau of awful impact.
- The ground scrunched unnaturally beneath his feet; the landscape disappeared from glaring brightness into shadows.
- A naked blade reflected the glaring sunlight I did not see.
- In fact, it would be out already, but the studio realized it would cast an even more glaring light on their remake's shortcomings.
- For seven days he had ridden enshrouded deep within his cloak, his face wrapped in bandages, as they rode under the glaring light of the sun.
- Chris opened her eyes to the brightness of the sun burning on her eyelids and for a moment, her vision was filled with glaring light and she could not tell where she was.
- The auditorium was expectedly dim, the glaring lights focused on the stage and highlighting the difference between that and the crowd.
- She blinked her eyes open a few times, giving them time to adjust to the harsh, glaring light presented before her.
- The room was lit by a single small and glaring fluorescent light hanging from the ceiling.
- There are no windows, and the glaring neon light never turns off.
- It was exhilarating to stand in the store, glaring fluorescent light beaming down upon hundreds of shiny cases, each one containing a story.
- I rationalized it to be a surgeon's light - glaring at me and allowing dozens of general practitioners swoop in like birds of prey.
2(flagrant)(error) mayúsculo(error) que salta a la vista(injustice/abuses) palmario(abuses/injustice) flagrante
- So there is a glaring omission of both countries in dealing with this tactical nuclear weapon question which is on both sides.
- The only glaring complaint that can honestly be made about the disc itself is the lack of an anamorphic video transfer.
- It gives us permission to overlook the artwork's glaring, intentional omissions.
- There are probably a few really glaring omissions, but I think it looks like a pretty good stab at it.
- These measures follow widespread allegations of corruption in the planning process, as well as glaring conflicts of interest among council staff.
- Agrarian funds, regional funds and other pots of Brussels' money served to smooth over the most glaring social distortions.
- All in all, the opportunities are glaring and obvious - and greater minds than mine will no doubt be working on the details.
- Other than the glaring omission they are fairly balanced efforts though.
- One glaring defect is the lack of anything definitive for the community to either support or reject.
- This was the glaring omission from not one but two local government bills announced on Wednesday.
- So if you spot any glaring omissions, let me know and I'll correct the list as soon as I can.
- Did you feel in the storytelling there were any particularly glaring omissions or otherwise historically inaccurate stuff?
- I get them to speak about their plans and then try and head off any problems or glaring omissions, so that they have a more realistic outlook on their goals.
- Paradoxically, social tensions increased, since this growth accentuated glaring social inequalities.
- Such an event remains a glaring omission in the summer's festival programme.
- The problem lies not in what was stated but in a glaring omission that cuts right to the heart of the pro-choice/pro-life propaganda war.
- The obvious glaring fault with the DVD is the complete lack of special features.
- A quick look at the Club's website highlights a glaring omission.
- For the most part, no obvious glaring errors appear in either, until we get to the end of the book.
- He tries ever so hard to play down the significance of this glaring omission from an otherwise impeccable CV but he doth protest too much, methinks.
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