In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- In spite of the general lethargy of teenagers, surveys show that most adolescents would like to be fitter.
- There is a tendency towards slouching rather than an upright composure and overall there may be a sense of lethargy or a lack of vitality.
- Feelings of lethargy and fatigue are creeping into my being.
- Better marketing techniques could help in overcoming this lethargy, and creating a bigger market, they point out.
- The heat was swelling as the morning ticked on, filling the air with lethargy.
- Even worse, only a few people had picked it up, and when I shook off daylight savings lethargy at 1pm to get a copy, the display stand was still full.
- The chorus has that air of resigned lethargy and torpor which regularly lowers over those with little or no hope.
- Pardon my lethargy and lack of imagination as I continue my romp through our holiday snaps.
- He was particularly upset with police lethargy and lack of enough vehicles for night patrolling.
- I have sudden surges of energy and productivity, or lethargy and napping.
- During the day, if heating is set too high, it can induce lethargy, poor concentration and fatigue.
- The first half was marked by total lethargy and an almost complete lack of chances.
- However, today may be slow on the updates - there's a distinct air of lethargy about the place.
- The end result is a state of lethargy interspaced with bursts of frantic energy.
- A large meal before or during a flight will cause lethargy making it more difficult to cope with jet lag.
- Thankfully, I should soon be reaching the stage when the nausea and lethargy subside and I gain a bit more energy.
- A good breakfast is important for refilling our energy stores, keeping lethargy at bay during the morning hours.
- A typical Scottish fry-up will send them back into sluggish lethargy.
- Running on pure nervous energy, he was caught in the temporary lethargy that comes after great effort.
- I'm getting a little concerned with my total lethargy.
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