In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(occasion/news/decision) trascendental(decision/occasion/news) de capital importancia(day) memorable
- It was described by visitors as a memorable event to celebrate a momentous occasion.
- The prospect of a single currency may present this country with one of the most momentous decisions in its history.
- At momentous times in the history of the nation we look for guidance from our leaders.
- Committing troops to battle is the most momentous decision any Prime Minister can make.
- The effects of such a response could be experienced as momentous and far reaching.
- Within a day of arriving we felt so relaxed that the most momentous decision we faced was deciding where to eat.
- It was just after I sat my finals at art college in 1962 that a series of momentous events occurred.
- After the momentous events of 1953 the men from the expedition shared a rare friendship.
- If the group's words are borne out by verified actions, it will be a momentous and historic development.
- People do not make momentous decisions like these by trying to predict how much pleasure each choice might bring them.
- It may be no stretch to say that the win could go down as a momentous one in the annals of United's history.
- For the dedicated runner, a more perfect start to this momentous week could not be imagined.
- The strategic results of his audacious decision were momentous and did much to shape the war in this region.
- He is right to say that this is the most momentous election of our lifetimes.
- I am only too aware of my own limitations in making so momentous a decision.
- One way or another, it is promising to be a momentous week in the history of York City Football Club.
- This would be my mother's first grandchild - a momentous event in any family.
- It neither comprehends nor anticipates the momentous consequences of its actions.
- It was without doubt a momentous occasion and one of the most significant developments in Laois.
- The judge acknowledged he was making a momentous decision, and few would have wished to take his place.
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