In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(listen) atentamentehe was staring intently at them — tenía la mirada fija en ellos
- You have an ability to concentrate and work intently on anything which holds your interest.
- He watches intently as the squad go over possible formations for tomorrow's game.
- He set up the discussion and both he and the doctor listened intently.
- I can focus intently on things that fascinate me, to the exclusion of all other things.
- She looked at him closely, peering intently at his face as if trying to read it.
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