In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1they promote people in a very haphazard way — ascienden a la gente caprichosamente / al azar
- his work is very haphazard — su trabajo es muy irregular
- his approach is very haphazard — no es coherente en su enfoque
- Please note that this is a haphazard collection, and there is no implication that any of these are right, wrong or compelling.
- These difficulties are unfortunately compounded by a haphazard organization.
- This time, they waved around in a haphazard fashion, as if weaving a very complicated design.
- But what happens when opinion polls are produced in a haphazard fashion only days before an election?
- My wife and I have been saving money for her big brother for the last 3 ½ years, but only in a haphazard fashion.
- Thus, heterogeneity in beliefs within the organization makes performance more haphazard.
- International festival screenings of the uncut version followed in a somewhat haphazard fashion.
- This, in spite of the fact that Hut Bay looks like a haphazard collection of huts and houses grown out of a logging settlement.
- Suffice it to say that there's nothing haphazard about this collection.
- First, Aristotle and his followers practise a haphazard, uncritical collection of data.
- In the rush to implement a giant program, reforestation contracts were awarded in a haphazard fashion.
- This occurred in a haphazard fashion on 23 July in Dublin, and although swiftly suppressed, caught Dublin castle ill prepared.
- Instead, we are introduced to necessary elements in offhand, haphazard fashion.
- In reality, of course, charging into exporting in this kind of haphazard fashion is not ideal.
- Inside was a stack of parcels all roughly the same size, like hunks of dried pork, but wrapped in different materials and tied in haphazard but secure fashions.
- I looked here and there in a somewhat haphazard fashion for spiritual people to share in spiritual conversation.
- Organization was haphazard; there were far too few bishops, and some were invalidly consecrated.
- Either the Carlow side had not shook off the celebrations of the Millennium or they approached the game in a haphazard fashion.
- The bows of the longboat collided with the dock, causing the little boats to pitch and sway in a haphazard fashion.
- Unpack London shopping in a haphazard fashion so that new flat looks lived in.
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