In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indecisión feminineirresolución feminine formal
- The indecision over the future tax break has reportedly already cost the Irish film industry millions.
- It seemed shackled to indecision, unable to make up its mind.
- This indecision at the level of military planning reflects a broader and deeper dilemma of American foreign policy today.
- Defeated by indecision and the reddest of tape, they withdrew after supplying the initial plans.
- There's not only nepotism but perhaps worst of all, political indecision.
- After a moment of indecision, I crawled to my feet and I quickly wiped my face clean of the mud.
- He swallowed for a second, indecision crossing his face, before he decided to play dumb.
- His back-and-forth reflects a habit of indecision, and sends a message of confusion.
- It blames the change in costing on indecision over the future of the line.
- In such moments of indecision, political leadership can win the day.
- She seemed to hover in indecision for a second, and then made the abrupt decision to speak.
- At every stage, ambivalence and indecision has meant that decisions were forced upon them by events on the ground.
- With the pressure on, we are gripped by indecision and descend into argument.
- After all I am the woman who spends a large percentage of her time paralyzed with indecision or fear, or both.
- The two-week siege was a result of indecision, not sophistication.
- The United Nations found itself floundering as it stumbled from one moment of indecision to another.
- At what point does indecision, does the inability to act at all, become legitimately frightening?
- When driving two things are inherently dangerous; indecision and lack of indication.
- A long awaited meeting about our replacement toilets on Tuesday resulted in indecision!
- The impression again was of indecision and fear of a competition.
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