In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(offer) poco sincero(smile/person) falso(person/smile) poco sincero
- There were extraneous rounds of ‘love, love, love’, which made the whole song sound insincere.
- With an insincere apology, she shuffled off, furtively glancing over her shoulder to make sure no one had seen her colluding with a stranger.
- If you want to avoid insincere professionals, all you have to do is not pull out your cash or credit card when it comes to that portion of the transaction.
- To a healthy person, none of these comments seem unusual or insincere.
- This Joe asks questions, at times sounds insincere and at times doesn't know how to express the right emotion.
- It's not an insincere smile, just rather mysterious: you see it neither arriving nor departing.
- He was not afraid of her, and she sensed his bravery was genuine and not the result of insincere male bravado.
- Supporters have learned to recognise those insincere comments for what they are worth and treat them accordingly.
- The monotonous words sounded fake and insincere, as if they were predetermined and he was only reciting the memorized lines in some sort of play.
- While having a positive and happy disposition, you are so sensitive that you can feel when others are being dishonest or insincere.
- She describes this binding of her brother's death with a call to arms as insincere, hypocritical and exploitative.
- Hallie gave him a quick, insincere smile that looked more like a grimace.
- One problem with almost all systems is that they're subject to insincere or strategic voting, a practice that all parties seem to encourage.
- Those displays of grief also happen to be insincere.
- Suddenly and surprisingly, his trademark insincere grin and reflexive eyebrow-raising have come into their own.
- Mostly this is because they are simply insincere, and say what they say maliciously and in knowledge of its falsehood.
- When they tout the virtues of this doctrine, they are being insincere.
- One man's face time in the television segment had to be cut down because he came off as much more insincere on screen than on the radio.
- He even hated the religiosity of Americans, calling it completely insincere.
- It isn't that the crew members come across as being insincere.
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