In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(surroundings/colors) falto de armonía(colors/surroundings) carente de armonía(sounds) disonante(sounds) inarmónico formal
- What gave rise to the emotion was not the machine itself, but rather its inharmonious presence against a background of human and humane interests.
- Unlike other ancient towns that have been renovated and painted with inharmonious colours, here you can appreciate the original charm of the old town.
- Next comes Mars, designated to Aries and Scorpio because, according to Ptolemy, they are agreeable to its destructive and inharmonious nature, and form a hostile square aspect to the ‘houses’ of the luminaries.
- May I suggest airing your thoughts and feelings, even the inharmonious ones?
- The spread of SARS was a concentrated exposure of the problem concerning the inharmonious economic and social development in China.
- One of the major factors is the issue of inharmonious industrial relations at work places which quite often has led to work stoppages.
- Having removed every inconsistency from the sacred constitutions, hitherto inharmonious and confused, we extended our care to the immense volumes of the older jurisprudence…
- Keats was criticised as uncouth and inharmonious but is now venerated as one of our greatest Romantic poets.
- They stop work, attend to and resolve before sleep any inharmonious conditions that may arise, knowing that creativity lies dormant while conflict prevails.
- The villas that in some other lakes have seized upon conspicuous points and contributed nothing to the landscape but their own inharmonious presence scarcely trouble this one.
- Bald-headed Fred's robbery and torture anecdotes made excellent writing material but our inharmonious natures made living together burdensome.
- Do not be surprised if you find yourself being misunderstood by your darling during this inharmonious round.
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