In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1descontento masculinedescontenta feminineinsatisfecho masculineinsatisfecha feminine
- The St Lucia Labour Party felt that this offer would deprive them of this pool of malcontents whose misery they could exploit for political reasons at election time.
- I attended a protest event on the Boston Common Tuesday afternoon that featured the usual cast of leftist malcontents.
- Yet the ‘Camp’ here is supposed to refer to Camp Ovation, the performing arts holiday camp for adolescent misfits and malcontents.
- There is no room for malcontents or troublemakers - an issue Button had to deal with or lose promising coach Greg Gilbert.
- While this may describe the current state of affairs for many malcontents, it's inconsistent with the 10 fire-starters that precede it.
- And there has been some - I guess the best way you can put it, is some malcontents there who's been taking their shots.
- It was a few people around McCain, a couple editors at the Standard, and some miscellaneous other GOP malcontents and polemicists.
- It is time to get serious, he tells the malcontents, they should stop ‘messing around’.
- Paul Langmack basically inherited a team thrown together from other club leftovers, malcontents and has-beens on a shoe-string budget.
- This year the Minnesota Vikings traded him to the Oakland Raiders, who are known for embracing malcontents.
- With just over two weeks remaining before the Afghan presidential elections, the malcontents have already lost.
- Turnbull's ironically named ‘Best’ ticket obviously thinks it will have the numbers to dump 5 malcontents from the board.
- None other than those infamous troublemakers and malcontents, Winston Churchill and Thomas Jefferson, respectively.
- Its long-sought independence from Indonesia, finally delivered last August, is said to have given voice to other malcontents around the region.
- Not Old Labour malcontents - they could vote for the Scottish Socialists; not separatists - they had a choice of two parties.
- But in the early 1920s the National Socialist German Workers' Party was also a small group of malcontents and political chancers.
- They always are and always will be vicious malcontents.
- Many junior officers became naysayers and malcontents.
- From the start, those that have championed the path of anarchy have exposed themselves as malcontents with selfish interests at heart.
- They are unelectable malcontents who recognize no irony in their complaints and won't take responsibility for the mess they have conjured.
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