In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(ghost/deity) aparecerse(disease/curiosity/fear) manifestarse
- His fear and anticipation were manifested in the drills that he's been doing with his team.
- Very early on, Dunov manifested a great love for music and played the violin.
- In their attempt to adopt the norm of this group, they manifest their aspirations of upward social mobility, but they overshoot the mark.
- And that faith was manifested in so many different ways.
- The team spirit displayed by all on the Oxford teams was exemplary and manifested itself in the many great performances witnessed on the day.
- The entire panoply of human emotion was manifested in those 120 minutes.
- Some of this disgust manifested itself in small, peaceful street protests.
- This simplistic way of looking at the world manifested itself in the worship of mountains, water, stone, fire and sex.
- If liberalism were a factor, surely it would have manifested itself in higher rates for those bastions of the left.
- Such a tendency, or at least a failure to appreciate such a distinction, has clearly manifested itself in the present case.
- This pride is also manifested in the way the Australians honour their sporting greats.
- Although all honest and decent St Lucians were very upset at this revelation, they never manifested much dismay and your supporters even rallied by your side.
- ‘People were literally going around smashing bottles, manifesting their anger,’ she says.
- He also had an innate sense of compassion which manifested itself in various ways.
- This manifested itself in endemic delinquency and depression.
- I cannot understand why they have to manifest their feelings in this way.
- What are you manifesting with your thoughts and words?
- Anger is manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury.
- He added that Eileen also had a great love of nature which manifested itself in the way she tended her garden.
- Hate is manifested in a whole range of insults in football and nobody is spared in an arena where the lowest common denominator rules the roost.
2(show)poner de manifiestorevelar
1manifiestoevidenteto make sth manifest — poner algo de manifiesto
- It is a manifest encroachment upon the just liberty both of the workman and of those who might be disposed to employ him.
- It saves them from examining the manifest failings in their own actions
- ‘The case is so strong it will be a manifest injustice if I do not win,’ he said.
- What steps has the organisation ever taken to correct the manifest error to which it was a contributing party?
- Whatever the theoretical attractions of this approach, its practical disadvantages have become ever more manifest.
- In the eyes of a Tulia jury, that was more than enough to trump the manifest contradictions in his evidence.
- Is it possible that he is a frustrated actor who consequently feels the need to criticise anyone with manifest abilities in this field?
- In both cases, apology hardly compensates for the manifest evidence as to the scale of one's ineptitude.
- Many things had changed for the better, with manifest confidence and increased prosperity widespread.
- But a state of affairs where the group most subject to being singled out for violence is uniquely not protected by the law is a manifest injustice.
- If it does, it will be important to disobey it and have it tested in the courts, which one hopes will recognise its manifest absurdity.
- And in that election, the early announcement of results had manifest effects on voting behaviour on subsequent polling days.
- However, the same determination to be objective is not manifest in Quinton's companion article on Continental philosophy.
- There may not have been actual wrong-doing, but there is manifest evidence of astonishing mismanagement.
- Likewise, effects can be gradual, and may not be manifest or observable in animal systems until it is too late.
- Many child soldiers are forcibly recruited and this, of course, is a manifest abuse.
- They go through the motions with manifest tedium as if they are moving files in an office.
- Ms Fullerton says manifest incongruities occur in the statements of two, who sought to distance themselves from any responsibility.
- His manifest vigour and sexuality were an implicit part of his appeal.
- But what it lacked in mischief it made up in manifest sincerity.
- The manifest of the Nigerian-registered ship said it was carrying 139 passengers.
- We've never seen a full set of passenger manifests.
- Would they have the good sense to check the airline's manifest if I didn't show at the appointed place?
- These allegations will be proven by a trail of bank transactions among the three and a Malaysian Airlines flight manifest, the prosecution said.
- The manifest showed that some of the passengers were schoolchildren.
- If you would not mind, a crew manifest would expedite the release of any unjustly imprisoned.
- It is unbelievable that the original passenger manifests have still not been released.
- A US inspection team discovered missiles, which were not declared as cargo on the ship's manifest.
- Once he had the crate cleared, he checked the attached manifest against the one logged in to the main computer files.
- Through its spies, Germany was probably well aware of the ammunition in the hold, especially as it was openly declared on the ship's manifest.
- If we had a manifest from the airplane, or from the companies, we would pay the claim.
- The FBI was this weekend studying passenger manifests from two ferries operating between Falmouth, Nova Scotia, and Maine.
- Leo Durant sat in his office on the first level as he quietly peered over their cargo manifest.
- Akobi said the plane's manifest listed 156 passengers and an unknown number of crew.
- When she wakes up, Julia is nowhere to be found either on the plane or manifest.
- I would then compare these goods to the manifests of cargo that was going out that day.
- A further boarding party from Portland then arrived to check that the tanker was carrying the cargo of water specified on her manifest.
- The ship's manifest, meanwhile, had the boy down as Markus Rotkowicz.
- He listed himself as a farm laborer on the manifest of the ship and didn't even write his mother until the day the ship was going to sail.
- But careful scrutiny of passenger manifests and the brief questioning of seven passengers failed to turn up evidence that a suicide hijacking was likely.
- They are simpler because they don't have to constantly and quickly access vital, secure databases such as passenger manifests.
- He was told that the company had checked and his name was not on the passenger manifest.
- Using the helicopter manifests, I counted the numbers of passenger-journeys and the numbers of flights for the complete months of September and October 1996.
- If you're a customs inspector at a port of entry you can send photos of cargos and manifests back to the office where someone can check them against computer records.
- Investigators will be checking passenger manifests of outgoing flights from the east coast early on Tuesday morning.
- Airport officials said the company that owns the jet could be penalized for the last minute change in the passenger manifest in violation of regulations.
- The freighter was unidentified, flew no flag and offered a false ship's manifest.
- Maybe that's why they never checked the passenger manifest to make sure all the passengers were accounted for.
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