In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to be incommunicado — estar incomunicado
- she was held incommunicado — la mantuvieron incomunicada
- It seems rather suspicious that he's gone incommunicado.
- We don't kidnap people and hold them incommunicado.
- The project from the 6th circle of hell has been put to bed (for the second time in a month) and, as far as work's concerned, I'm incommunicado for a week.
- For example, as discussed previously in this report, a person could be held incommunicado indefinitely with no apparent opportunity for judicial review.
- I expect he'll be incommunicado for at least 2 weeks.
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