In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(destruction) intencional(destruction) deliberado(cruelty/insult) deliberadoI'm sorry, it wasn't intentional — lo siento, fue sin querer / no fue adrede
- intentional foul — falta intencionada
- Is this indeed a simple error in memory, or is it rather an intentional disregard of the Palmer's absence in the cave?
- It is both intentional and conscious and unintentional and unconscious.
- It seems to me to be wholly immaterial whether the failure to register was intentional or not.
- However, he did accept that there were lots of people around and it may not have been intentional.
- The Israeli army promised an investigation but said her death was not intentional.
- This may well be intentional since this book has been classified for historical reading.
- I assure you that the missing direct reference was certainly not intentional, more an oversight.
- Perhaps it's intentional, but it is the cause of the large amount of confusion felt when watching these films.
- At the same time, the potential for errors and intentional misuse is considerable.
- Three Bradford men charged with racially aggravated intentional harassment are yet to be tried in court.
- Even Max cracks a joke about how little people have showed up, so I guess that was intentional.
- It is both accidental and intentional, and the pleasure comes from this tension.
- Baker runs at and strikes an opponent in what appears to be a deliberate and intentional act.
- Hard to tell sometimes if such displays are intentional or just because pants don't fit properly anymore.
- I think he's the subtle comic relief, but I can't figure out if that's intentional.
- He emphasises that the statutory offence requires a deliberate intentional act.
- If this is intentional I applaud the ambitious experiment, but that doesn't undo its failure.
- At line 25 he quite properly tells them that the act of violence must be intentional.
- Perhaps it was not intentional, but it is no longer possible to come up with anything definitive.
- He says it has to be an intentional act that has a high probability of resulting in death.
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