In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/solution) imaginativoshe's very imaginative — tiene mucha imaginación
- Can we have more imaginative and creative solutions to this problem rather than moans and groans?
- For this shaping one must draw on imaginative insight into the motivation of the dramatis personae.
- Dry statistics are seen as destroying both the imaginative faculty and the human delight in invention.
- Families can pencil in their vision of the future of York in an imaginative event at York Art Gallery this week.
- It doesn't look likely, and it doesn't take a great imaginative effort to see a double game being played.
- Her vision and her imaginative designs had created its appeal and there was no obvious successor.
- This major celebration of cinematic creativity old and new has a host of imaginative programmes.
- It was a glimpse into his imaginative world and some of the sources of his creativity.
- Has Oxford provoked one of the most imaginative outbursts in music today?
- The proposal to create a new university is a bold and imaginative step.
- Sadly, rising water levels now threaten this imaginative form of transport.
- Often his escape is imaginative, inspired by the music he hears on the radio.
- Scott's really imaginative and creative and has a definite vision of what he wants his business to be.
- In too few places are the arts being integrated in imaginative and inventive ways.
- It did not work for a variety of reasons, but the appointment was imaginative and innovative.
- That creative streak shows itself in some imaginative use of fashion and colour mixes.
- One county councillor believes a more imaginative approach could be used.
- The choreography is stilted and clumsy and could have been a great deal more imaginative.
- He likes to take risks simply to make the business of imaginative invention more interesting.
- When it comes to getting imaginative in the kitchen, sushi is about as creative as they come.
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