In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) informado(person) entendido(person) cultohe's very knowledgeable about wine/politics — sabe mucho de / está muy impuesto en tema de vinos/política
- Thomas says consumers are more knowledgeable about design now than in the past.
- So we sought out opinions from York's most knowledgeable musical minds.
- What this goes to show is how very little most people, even intelligent and knowledgable people, know about language.
- For one thing Rolf Harris is quite knowledgeable on the subject, and art is something he has a passion for.
- The main problem with the exchange of information is that there's a tendency for people to become knowledgable without ever having experienced anything.
- Our bartender was really knowledgeable about the menu and helpful in answering all my questions.
- Having read the book I do feel more knowledgeable about my own generation.
- Our knowledgeable panel of speakers will introduce you to the many aspects of living in Tokyo.
- I have to confess that I am not very knowledgeable about modern rock music.
- Perhaps there is a knowledgeable local person who might undertake this task for you.
- Her talk was much appreciated and she was both knowledgeable and informative.
- He was plainly a knowledgeable and experienced witness, with a broad background in the railway industry.
- And the staff are all book lovers themselves and very knowledgable.
- Their salespeople are always knowledgable about the stock and the prices are reasonable.
- If you need help with your resumé we have friendly knowledgeable staff available to assist.
- I'm not knowledgable enough about the subject to discuss it intelligently or usefully.
- The fans are very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about Grand Prix racing.
- All in all, this was a meal to savour, and one delivered by efficient and knowledgeable waiting staff.
- The former miner was a very knowledgeable man who loved to read and could discuss any topic.
- I miss my friends a lot, and the fact that everyone in Toronto is so knowledgeable about the music.
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