In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(not fully developed)(tree/animal) joven(fruit) verde(fruit) inmaduroan immature science — una ciencia en ciernes
- They hunt for food at night, live alone and are sometimes found in small groups of adults with immature offspring.
- Drugs that are effective against the immature and early immature stages should be used at this time of the year.
- Our results suggest that immature birds try to increase fat stores by increasing time available for foraging at stopover sites.
- Seeds were harvested at 40 days after flowering and immature seeds were removed.
- In that eggplant does not experience a marked ripening stage like tomato and pepper, immature and mature fruit were compared.
- Sexually immature and drab colored juveniles represent the first phase.
- I ate my first immature pea pod of the year, straight off the plant.
- Because this is kind of what an immature Bald Eagle would look like if you're looking at one.
- The olives, having done pretty well last year, have shed all their immature fruit.
- The fruit looks like immature plums, and each variety has its own harvesting schedule.
- Safety considerations are more important in children because children are physically and emotionally immature.
- For example, experiments conducted with tomato indicate that immature fruits do not ripen in response to exogenous ethylene.
- Among immature males, those obtained from the wild also clustered together.
- My only explanation if there wasn't a mix-up is that immature birds have much shorter beaks than their parents.
- I discovered three of them eating the immature fruits in the tree's spreading crown.
- The mottled brown raptors I saw on the sixth are indeed immature Brahminy Kites.
- Some of the solo voices are a bit immature but the choral singing does immense credit to the conductor and his young team.
- The ovule is an immature seed, which does not yet contain a viable embryo.
- The reticulocyte count measures the number of immature red blood cells being produced.
- They are either feasting on escapes of immature farmed fish or on the uneaten feed pellets that accumulate in the water below the cages.
- I think that maybe you might be more mature than the boys you know and you just don't like immature guys.
- The boys you know seem particularly immature for treating you like you're inferior.
- To do otherwise would be as childish and immature as my behaviour in the first place.
- Some lecturers say the students are immature, unsophisticated and do not know what they want in class.
- I could hear people calling me immature but I never cared.
- If you think finance dictates social dynamics then you are immature and naive.
- But, my evaluation of her was that she was rather immature and seeking attention.
- Pardon me for saying this, but people who talk like that strike me as horribly immature.
- He's still a bit immature, but also just 20 years old.
- When I read back over this opinion I realise how immature I was then.
- We had been reassured by professionals he was just immature, so we expected him to gain employment and become independent.
- He is annoying and a bit immature for his age, but that's okay.
- All the guys were immature or just plain weird.
- Thirdly, there is no need to engage in childish name calling or immature ranting.
- Going out with someone is a big deal and I find that a bit immature.
- I think this woman sounds extremely naive, immature and unintelligent on the matter.
- No matter how mature or immature I was at any given point, it would not have shaken that belief.
- She had her immature, childish moments, but there were times when she acted twice her age.
- Callie knew she was acting a little immature, but she didn't care.
- Then again I did ask for it I called someone an emotionally immature moron.
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