In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(inherently)(shy/tidy) por naturalezato come naturally
- lying comes naturally to him — miente con toda naturalidad / sin ninguna dificultad
- he picked it up right away, that sort of thing comes naturally to him — lo aprendió enseguida, tiene mucha facilidad para ese tipo de cosa
- It should be dead, the girl thought, her naturally logical brain reeling with the implications.
- Hyman says his pupil, whom he claims to be the most naturally talented runner he's ever worked with, is settling in and running outstandingly in the States.
- Her parents also provide the kind of positive role models that really help a naturally bright youngster like Katie to succeed.
- Very few educated Westerners would argue that men are naturally brighter, wiser, and better suited for high-paid jobs than women.
- He didn't stay at the orphanage for very long, for his naturally stable character and bright imagination made him a model child.
- This way, every pupil, not just the naturally sporty ones, would have the know-how and confidence that is so lacking in the majority of adults.
- Like many naturally bright but socially disadvantaged young men, Trevor is rebelling.
1.2(unaffectedly)(behave/smile/speak) con naturalidad
- Most importantly, blogging now comes naturally to me.
- It just comes naturally to him to think of others.
- Zen monks are unique people - fanciful and bizarre, spontaneous action comes naturally to them.
- We must teach our children early in life how to be healthy so that it comes naturally to them.
- Many others have tried it but given up in despair at mastering technology that almost comes naturally to children.
- The East / West mix comes naturally to youngsters who are the product of twin cultural influences.
- As an observer of people, it is interesting to witness someone who has to study for years in order to achieve what comes naturally to another.
- Singing comes naturally to Hitesh and, as a student, he was regularly winning prizes in inter-collegiate events.
- They've been doing it so long it just comes naturally to them.
- Breathing comes naturally to us, as does moving.
- ‘It comes naturally to young people to care about the world,’ he says.
- Today is International Left-Handed Day, which I shall celebrate by being left-handed all day (something that comes naturally to me).
- In fact, publicising any aspect of her success is not something that comes naturally to this rather self-effacing woman.
- The babies with all their new-found freedom and the challenges of buoyancy, will do what comes naturally to them, surprising and delighting not just themselves but their parents too.
- The bond between them is so strong that helping each other comes naturally to them.
- Women, like highly qualified airline pilots, seem to have a skill that comes naturally to them, when it comes to dealing with babies.
- ‘He's so talented it all comes naturally to him,’ she said.
- She is quick to admit that she is not a very outgoing person but meeting people and trying to understand them comes naturally to her.
- It all comes naturally to him, and if you try to curb this by giving him instructions you destroy it.
- Besides, eclecticism comes naturally to the singer, who hails from a musical household.
2(without artifice)(form/heal) de manera naturalshe gave birth naturally — tuvo un parto natural
- The trees are known as Sydney red gum or snooze bark apple and if left to grow naturally would have tall thin trunks with a high canopy that would not hinder views.
- Darwinism, applied to humans, predicted the fit would survive, without intervention, naturally.
- He ran both his hands through his naturally curly hair and let out a breath.
- To begin with, Bulgaria does have a very old tradition of herbal medicine since a lot of herbs and plants grow here naturally.
- Grandma was in her last fifties and was letting her hair grow gray naturally, which looked good for her.
- There are 12 main varieties of magic mushroom growing naturally in the UK, with the main type called liberty cap.
- But the wrap is as light as tissue paper and it binds nerve endings together, helping them grow back naturally so patients can move their fingers again.
- It was her belief that kids should have absolute freedom, rarely be disciplined, and be allowed to grow and develop naturally, without any undue influences.
- Grow varieties that are naturally resistant to pest and disease.
- Hinako followed in a red sweater and black pants with her hair in its naturally curly state.
- It grows naturally in this area as a rainforest species but is becoming more popular as a home garden plant.
- I put on my clothes and leave my hair to dry naturally because it goes curlier that way.
- It is a group that formed naturally, without external intervention but simply by virtue of their involvement and expertise acknowledged by the community.
- They have acquired the expertise in creating perfect conditions where the species can flourish and grow naturally.
- My most memorable feature was my quantity of fine golden hair, naturally curly but not fuzzy.
- She said having other women supporting mothers during pregnancy gives them more confidence in giving birth naturally, without medical intervention.
- Is your hair naturally curly, wavy, or straight?
- Her naturally curly hair was in ringlets, but pulled back and tied in a messy knot.
- ‘We spend millions of dollars fighting a plant that grows naturally,’ said Matt.
- Rhododendrons grow naturally in Bulgaria, and are considered exotic as they can only be found in the Strandja region.
- So imprinting of X-linked genes naturally results in sexually dimorphic gene expression.
- This naturally results in a 45MB / sec hard drive requirement and a 50MB / sec graphics card requirement.
- The happy result of such a decision is that it leads you naturally to support the local economy and craftspeople, who are adept at working with native materials.
- When young students come together, the result is naturally chaos and confusion.
- They then asked the coach to diagram a configuration that might naturally result from such play.
- Anarchy naturally results in an escalating series of parties, during the last of which the family's home burns to the ground.
- ‘The gospel side of my music comes naturally from how I grew up,’ she continues.
- This transition from feudalism to capitalism naturally led to the maturing, preparation and implementation of the national movement for liberation.
- This collision of values and abilities naturally results in depression.
- Such views naturally lead to an ‘aggressive, belligerent foreign policy’, she added.
- I like the optimism in thinking that one would lead naturally to the other but I'm very skeptical.
- It was one of those fantastic brainstorming sessions, where one idea just leads naturally to the next.
- These stories have naturally led me to ponder my own childhood memories.
- This naturally leads to a further question: Why should governments have absolute power between elections?
- The theoretical results presented above lead naturally to several computational applications.
- This activity leads naturally to increased internal demand in India itself, and hence to increased markets.
- This naturally resulted in a magical duel, which Crowley eventually won.
- And an increase in supply without a corresponding increase in demand would naturally lead to a fall in prices.
- The queuing on the minor road, which created start-stop movements, naturally resulted in more instances of break-up of vehicle images.
- A total prohibition of force will naturally result in disobedience, because what can the oppressed do, if not fight, in the last resort?
- However, much quartersawn wood is obtained by cuffing the vertical-grained wood that naturally results from plainsawing.
3.2(of course)naturalmentepor supuestoclaroare you pleased? — naturally — ¿estás contento? — naturalmente / por supuesto / claro
- naturally, we'll take every precaution — naturalmente / por supuesto, tomaremos todo tipo de precauciones
- Wishing to retain our sanity we naturally hoped and believed fervently that Simon would belong to the 50 per cent curable group.
- The result, naturally, is that the competence of local intelligence has declined.
- So naturally I expected to buy a ticket from New London to Stamford.
- This has naturally resulted in a lot of parental anxiety.
- Our son, Matthew, was on that trip and naturally we were very anxious when we heard the terrible news about the bombs.
- It may be a good idea, and naturally I hope it proves useful in solving this sad case.
- So, naturally, you'd expect that our neighbours would've been briefed, right?
- I was born into an Indian family, within which boys were preferred to girls, so naturally I grew up as a feminist.
- And naturally I don't expect agreement on that, so there's no point in arguing it.
- Migration to and from the city is huge, and naturally one expects crime to increase.
- So naturally you would expect the designers behind MTV Skateboarding to spice up the game.
- I don't know - though, naturally, I hope the best is yet to come.
- It also takes up a good deal of my time because naturally investors expect to see the chief executive.
- On hearing that he would be stepping down, we naturally expected a valedictory address.
- We should, naturally, expect to hear their proposals on limiting the areas of operations of our own Navy.
- Lisa and I backed at least two dogs between us per race, and with only six dogs in each race, I was naturally thrilled with my strike rate of one winning bet in the entire evening.
- When someone uses language that strong, you'd naturally expect him to have the facts to back up his words.
- He was a cross between David Niven and Spike Milligan, and you never knew what to expect, so naturally we children were always delighted to see him.
- To give you the facts - I asked him to go to the disco, so I naturally expected that he devote a little bit of attention to me.
- The result, naturally, was a crowd of customers.
- So, naturally, I hope you will all be as relieved as I am to discover that there is an organisation who can come to your aid.
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