In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine protestathere was a public outcry — hubo protestas generalizadas
- pressure groups raised an outcry about the planned development — grupos de presión manifestaron su indignación ante las obras planeadas
- The revelation has prompted an outcry from parents, legal experts and politicians who demanded further investigations.
- When they did, however, the outcry was enormous.
- Why hasn't there been a louder outcry about the measures adopted?
- The outcry in the press was significant, and the resultant investigation into the incident was extensive.
- The video sparked a national outcry last week with commentators, including the Cabinet, labelling it racist.
- The policy did not last more than ten years, as the public outcry grew and more and more people disappeared.
- The company backed down and withdrew the T-shirt uniform after a public outcry.
- But they were eventually given the green light, following a public outcry.
- The outcry in the press would be tremendous!
- There he made statements, which have raised a massive and understandable outcry in the Italian press.
- The camp hit the headlines when scenes of destruction similar to damage after an earthquake sparked an international outcry.
- Last month the death of a little boy caused a national outcry.
- What would you have done if the children had been taken into care but had been returned following a public outcry?
- I think the council has got the message that it can't just sell off areas which are sensitive like this without a public outcry.
- The resulting media outcry prodded the military to review its practices.
- In 2004 the then 77 year-old suspension bridge was closed to pedestrians, causing an outcry from local residents.
- Can you imagine the outcry if English football fans were treated in this way?
- They were convicted and executed, despite a massive outcry from all over the world against this barbaric treatment.
- And they have triggered a greater civilian outcry than almost any other weapon.
- There was a huge public outcry following the deaths in May because the bus had no seatbelts.
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