In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(belief/suspicion) infundado(rumor) sin base(rumor) infundado
- The decision that an application is manifestly ill-founded can necessarily be taken only in relation to rights set forth in the European Convention.
- But such suspicions are probably ill-founded.
- Patients will not be granted discovery where their claims are ill-founded, irresponsible and speculative allegations based merely on hope.
- Thus the argument is that attachments and loyalty are ill-founded if placed upon a human artifact, upon something man-made.
- This is an insulting and ill-founded belief which I would advise you to reconsider.
- By contrast, the Constitutional Court dismissed the appeal as ill-founded in respect of the right to property.
- The barrage of well-meaning, but often ill-founded, criticism hardly makes a mother's job easier.
- Subsequent campaigns showed that this belief was ill-founded.
- There has been a lot of ill-founded and mischievous speculation about these arrests and some ill-considered and aggressive comment directed at our organisation.
- It follows that this part of the application is inadmissible as being manifestly ill-founded…
- On the other hand, the motion for contempt, a serious matter, was ill-founded, given the fact that the formal order was never taken out.
- In my view, that concept is ill-founded, as a matter of law.
- Rather, it is the predictable result of ill-founded pedagogical choices.
- Our Supreme Court's elimination-of-bias continuing education requirement is utterly ill-founded and obnoxious.
- As it happens the attack was ill-founded and unjust; but the perception lingers.
- Consequently, the Court found that that part of the complaint was ill-founded.
- Therefore, I conclude that the Warsaw Convention applies to this case and that the plaintiff's claim based on misrepresentation is ill-founded, both in fact and in law.
- Their example makes plain that saying I am merely interpreting Scripture actually proves nothing at all if the interpretation is ill-founded and unfaithful.
- I have however held that that assumption is ill-founded.
- So I'm happy that there's a protest even if it is a silly and ill-founded one.
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