In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sin embargono obstante formalit is nevertheless true that … — no obstante, es cierto que … formal
- it's an unpleasant, but nevertheless necessary, task — es una tarea desagradable pero necesaria
- it may be a waste of time, but I'm going to try nevertheless — puede que sea una pérdida de tiempo pero de todas maneras lo voy a intentar
- I can't accept, but nevertheless I appreciate your offer — no puedo aceptar pero de todas maneras agradezco su oferta
- It is nevertheless surprising to find how clearly he saw the problems that were developing in Europe.
- It is nevertheless the set of attitudes which eventuated in the development of modern capitalism.
- Any risk is said to be tiny, but it is potentially devastating nevertheless.
- She turned down a small role in Breathless, but nevertheless had married Godard within the year.
- While this was a comfortable win for the Boys, nevertheless they had to work hard for it.
- But he was nevertheless disgruntled that he himself would not be donning the shirt.
- He was an extremely colourful man but was nevertheless full of good advice at the start of my political career.
- It was a story already well aired in April, but worth repeating nevertheless.
- Weighed down with bags, he nevertheless looks as if he has long since recovered from his nightmare.
- I'll be there, nevertheless, but it would be informative to know what to expect coming in.
- She comes across as a needy figure who nevertheless can not stomach true commitment.
- Others are less jaded but believe nevertheless that its popularity has diminished its value.
- While remaining strong, Britain should nevertheless offer a hand of friendship.
- While his education was intense, it was nevertheless exclusively in philosophy.
- Investors already exposed should nevertheless hold on to see what transpires.
- Warm, arid and scented it may have been, but it was an irritant nevertheless.
- He was born with deformities in both legs but nevertheless became a champion rider and high jumper in his teens.
- It is nevertheless haunted by the spirits of some of the finest English poets, writers and artists.
- Inexperienced as an actor, she nevertheless took on the challenge, making the role her own.
- She owns up, nevertheless, to buying art and two homes in Malibu and Vancouver.
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