In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(appearance) exterior(sign) externohis outward cheerfulness — su aparente buen humor
- However, despite all outward appearances of accepting the need for change, the woman's anger is such that she has yet to abide by any of the agreements.
- And it seems that when you outlaw the outward appearance of poverty, the poverty you find when you scratch the surface is much more squalid.
- They, from all outward appearances, are great girls.
- However, this outward display of unity masked divisions between unions that became apparent during the consultation period.
- All outward appearance of friendliness dropped from Kreed.
- In the Japanese language there are two paired words - hone and tatemae - the former describes the outward appearance of things and the latter the actual nature of things.
- If the last twenty-five years had taught him anything it was that outward appearances were wholly untrustworthy.
- Though just an anatomical study, it already foreshadowed the sculptor's later efforts to reveal the essence rather than merely copy outward appearances.
- I was a first year medical student when I first realized that outward appearances occasionally belie the truth.
- It may be theologically sound, but I am uncomfortable with the emphasis on outward form rather than true inner spiritual acceptance of the message.
- Despite their outward appearance the class had a deep respect for Mr. Maker, and none of them were sure why.
- There has been a lot said lately about a person's outward appearance being a true reflection of the inner being.
- By all outward appearances, things looked dead.
- Spiritual advance came from the cultivation of appropriate attitudes rather than outward behaviour.
- It is the nature of man to look on the outward, but outward appearances can be deceiving.
- Both see the lasting truth beneath the surface of mere outward appearance.
- And we're guilty of looking on people's outward appearances but it's what's inside here that counts.
- I won't say absolutely so because, despite all outward appearances, we humans share a common nature.
- Yet the banana seems unmoved by that outward display of vanity.
- Rather, it has the outward appearance of a temple, but inside, it is a high-tech lab of unknown origin.
2(flight/journey) de ida
- The Great Depression temporarily slowed the outward migration, but it didn't change the yearnings of Americans.
- You can return with consecutive flights and regain the day lost on the outward journey.
- Take one aspirin on the outward bound journey and two within 36 hours of return.
- That is, the freight of a ship for a single outward voyage from Britain was computed by the Navy Board according to the amount of cargo, usually expressed in tons, actually loaded on a vessel.
- An inward journey might be as effective and interesting as an outward journey.
- In either case, there was no outward current through the channels during the depolarization.
1hacia afuerahacia el exterior[ S ]goods outward — salida de mercancías
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