In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(calculate/rehearse) mentalmentehe's mentally ill — es un enfermo mental
- he's mentally handicapped — es un discapacitado psíquico
- He would watch the videos and try to mentally replay the action and line of the bowlers.
- They were then given two and a half hours to rest in their hotel rooms and prepare mentally for the match.
- I have been driving the car quite a lot so I was physically prepared and mentally focused.
- She had suggested he find a psychoanalyst to help him fight the cancer mentally.
- They are still preparing for it mentally and physically tuning into the games.
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