In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1complejo de inferioridad masculine
- After centuries of carping prompted by an understandable inferiority complex, Lancastrians are coming to accept that Yorkshire knows best.
- We all understood that he was venting his inferiority complex on his wife.
- She hurried out into the street, happy to be alone in the crowd and away from Leo who was clearly dealing with an inferiority complex.
- Even his fondest memories are tinged by the infamous inferiority complex that continues to drive him.
- What's more, the Continent is suffering from an inferiority complex.
- I believe that the unspoken collective view in the compartment was that there was an inferiority complex at play here.
- This was a mark not of a cultural inferiority complex, but of confidence.
- These both stem from the same source: a national inferiority complex.
- In fact, they have an inferiority complex and are intellectually dwarfed.
- They gaze in wonder at our modesty and chuckle at our inferiority complex.
- Europe suffers from a collective inferiority complex, seeming to be helpless against the tides of the new century.
- Nicholas is doing better, but suffers from an inferiority complex that is magnified when separated from Patrick.
- Is it possible to have both a superiority complex and an inferiority complex?
- Studies also show that such children suffer from a marked inferiority complex.
- Perhaps their apprehension comes from a lingering inferiority complex which has not yet matured beyond its second-class status.
- Any inferiority complex is a two-way street, and outsiders have contributed to the negative stereotype of Dundee as much as the locals.
- But then, I also do have an inferiority complex in certain things.
- Not everything is about you and your inferiority complex!
- Can we overcome the imposed inferiority complex about white people by making this nation an economic power and a military power?
- Jackie sometimes claims he had an inferiority complex, a cultural cringe, another legacy of dyslexia and his Scottish upbringing.
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