In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indignación feminineindignation at sth — indignación ante algo
- he expressed his indignation at this suggestion — expresó su indignación / se mostró muy indignado ante esta sugerencia
- So we're right to be unmoved to anger or even peremptory indignation.
- I would rather remain with my unavenged suffering and unsatisfied indignation, even if I were wrong.
- I remember getting up and feeling a mixture of self-pity and indignation.
- They are described as women who rose in righteous anger and indignation when a man tried to tamper with them.
- She has also been known to throw my sister into a blind rage of indignation.
- His prose crackles with life, with mischief and also with indignation.
- She turned angrily to her brothers, her eyes blazing with fierce indignation and rampant fury.
- Your hatred of the poor is just bigotry, sir, however you try to dress it as righteous indignation.
- There is little moralising strain in French culture, and less vocal indignation at corruption than in Italy.
- We were snowed in again over the weekend, to our great indignation.
- When the news struck the world's media, outrage and indignation were universal.
- She shows great maturity in handling Susan's confusion, indignation and quiet anger.
- In response to this event, moral outrage and indignation are not sufficient.
- But in Germany the outburst caused more shock and sorrow than anger or indignation.
- The amount we are prepared to pay the jobbing MP has long provoked indignation from the public.
- The dominant emotional reaction to the letter was shock and disbelief or anger and indignation.
- Mark this up as an illustration of how damaging to the public interest is conspicuous indignation.
- Her expression had changed from indignation and annoyance to worry and concern with a glance at her wrist.
- And that is why she deserves our pity, not our manufactured moral indignation or condemnation.
- The response was a tidal wave of indignation from MPs, the vast majority of whom boycotted the questionnaire.
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