In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(acknowledge/admit) abiertamentehe's openly hostile to the measures — se opone abiertamente a las medidas
- The only way they will be beaten back into the shadows is if these issues are debated properly, and openly.
- Part of the privilege we have as Canadians is that we can express our beliefs openly.
- Later, those who had openly led Russia and its leaders astray came up with a new tale.
- Many of them wept openly when he publicly renounced Tibet's claim to full independence.
- I set great store by the fact that we live our lives openly, with as much honesty as possible at all times.
- We also think it is important that such an important issue is debated openly and honestly.
- Now we speak openly about things that our parents would blush to see in print.
- People are allowed to use drugs openly in the streets, prostitution is legal too.
- Is it still right for women to enjoy this act of pleasure and talk about it openly.
- They both broadly agreed with the police view that drugs were not dealt openly in the town.
- It seems that not to be openly against war is totally uncool at the moment!
- A group of Labour MSPs are now openly campaigning for ministers to relax their plans.
- He said his father had talked openly to the family about the asbestos dust he encountered at the factory.
- One resident has claimed that drug dealing takes place openly near the police station.
- Elsewhere, industry stalwarts have begun to allege openly that churning is rife.
- He recognised early on in his writing career that he needed help and has openly sought help with his novels.
- To achieve this vision, we have to address areas of weakness honestly and openly.
- I do not want to live in a city which cannot celebrate its diversity openly and honestly.
- Grown men and women cried openly as they swarmed on to the green sward of Croke Park.
- Friends and relatives huddled at the end of the hall, teary-eyed or openly crying.
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