In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(attitude/assessment) sentenciosoI don't want to seem judgmental but … — yo no quiero erigirme en juez pero …
- Howie manages to pull of a tricky acting feat - he's at once judgmental, blustering, self-righteous, and yet somehow pitiable.
- Exercising judgment does not refer to being judgmental, critical or condemning.
- I will never forget how I felt that day or how I almost let a self-righteous, judgmental pharmacist change my life.
- As such, the real danger is not that journalists will be excessively judgmental or critical, but that they will be too soft.
- There are times when such enclaves are small-minded, doctrinaire, judgmental, and prejudiced to the extreme.
- I'm amazed at how preachy and judgemental everyone is being in this thread.
- We became so critical and judgmental of ourselves, that we wouldn't allow ourselves to be balanced musicians after college.
- If you sound concerned (rather than judgmental or jealous or left out), she may listen.
- Her father returns the favor by being overly judgmental of her in everything she does, probably because it is the only way he knows to show his affection.
- If a date is too eager to hear about dancing, or judgmental, or overly impressed, he's out the door.
- Again, no purpose is served by people who live in a totally different environment taking a judgemental view of the controversy.
- Many times the people that call themselves Christians are hate filled, judgmental and self righteous.
- No, this isn't some self-righteous attempt to point fingers or be judgmental.
- Christians are perceived as anxious, moralistic, and judgmental.
- Am I just being stuck-up and judgmental, or should I take my legitimate concerns and run for the hills?
- For goodness sake, give it a rest and come down off your moralistic and judgmental perch.
- But fortunately for my self-righteous and judgemental streak, I can't afford to indulge in fashion.
- The religious themes are cleverly handled so as not to appear preachy or judgemental, while the coming-of-age material is frank but never voyeuristic.
- I'm sorry if I sound a bit judgemental but I'm only telling you because I'm concerned about you.
- There are critical and judgmental people around you; don't allow them to manipulate you.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.