In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine intrusiónfeminine intromisiónfeminine intrusiónplease forgive my intrusion — perdone que lo importune
- the article was an intrusion on her privacy — el artículo era una intromisión / intrusión en su vida privada
- Republicans who disagree with the federal intrusion into education, who have said they're waiting to complain until after the election, will likely speak up.
- More and more people realise the potential huge cost of the register and the great risk it poses of unnecessary manipulation of us all and intrusion into our lives by politicians and corrupt individuals.
- No other Labour minister could have got away with challenging arranged marriages without being accused of unwarranted intrusion into the customs of Asian communities.
- Liberals became increasingly confident as polls showed the public overwhelmingly concerned about federal intrusion into a private family matter.
- We are upset that our objections about this intrusion into the area have been ignored.
- I ask if tabloid intrusion into the personal lives of the famous has turned the judiciary against the press, which could make it easier for Establishment figures to hush up real scandals such as corruption.
- The issue split Republicans, many of whom saw it as government intrusion into an intensely private matter.
- But each uptick in protection will typically come at the cost of more intrusion into the privacy of ordinary people.
- We in the UK hold certain freedoms sacred - freedom of speech, freedom of movement, freedom of religious belief, freedom from intrusion into our private lives.
- As he sees it, the aggression of tabloid journalism discourages potential candidates, who are fearful of the requisite intrusion into their private lives.
- Was he out there campaigning against the KGB for its intrusion into the privacy of the life of the average Soviet person?
- He also hit out at what he called the excessive levels of intrusion into his private life that sections of the media had engaged in during the controversy.
- The Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee, in a tougher than expected report on media intrusion into individuals' private lives, said action had to be taken.
- Would you be horrified at the intrusion into your privacy?
- The ALA has made information available to librarians who opposed government intrusion into the privacy of library patrons.
- But government intrusion into private corporate matters will be strongly resisted.
- I never really knew a lot about her, only what the media dished out, and to tell you the truth I got tired of the relentless hounding and intrusion into her private life!
- Where the law is restricting rights or expanding government intrusion into individual lives, the consequences will be the opposite.
- The intrusion into personal privacy is compounded by the failure to limit access to the data held and its further use for purposes other than confirming a person's identity, he said.
- In her book, Cheryl is a vociferous critic of her treatment by journalists, accusing us of relentless intrusion into her privacy.
- Volcanic rocks of enormous thickness and deep-seated igneous intrusions from this period have created much of the geology of the Peruvian Andes.
- The associated magmatism resulted in intrusion of volcanic rocks into the sedimentary basins, magmatic underplating at the base of the crust, and large amounts of extrusive material.
- However, seismic interpretation within the saddle is rendered difficult by the presence of numerous magmatic intrusions in the Cretaceous section.
- It comprises several mafic, mafic-felsic and felsic intrusions with distinctive geochemical affinities and apparent radiometric ages.
- Lower amphibolite-grade regional metamorphism predating intrusion of the Ballachulish Igneous Complex may have resulted in some monazite growth.
- In addition, volcanic rocks and intrusions of this age are distributed widely around the western and southern perimeter of the basin.
- Continental break-up produced voluminous extrusive volcanic deposits and associated igneous intrusions, and had a major impact on long-term climatic conditions in the early Tertiary.
- Overthrusting, volcanism, and plutonic igneous intrusion were identified as originating above the subduction zone where one plate is forced beneath the edge of its neighbour.
- In both areas, the silicic magmatism is thought to have been a result of intrusion of mantle-derived mafic magmas into extending crust.
- Baked contacts with host rocks indicate that metamorphism associated with intrusion predates shearing.
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