In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) precipitado(person) impetuoso(decision/action) precipitado(action/decision) imprudenteit was rash of them to accept the offer without consideration — fue imprudente de su parte aceptar la oferta sin antes reflexionar
- in a rash moment I promised her … — en un arrebato le prometí …
- Got away with just a yellow card for one rash tackle that underlined his commitment.
- Most call-centre vehicles do have phone numbers displayed, to complain about rash driving.
- Luis Garcia goes close after getting away with a rash challenge on the goalkeeper.
- But it was a rash challenge from Simon Francis to give away the penalty.
- John Terry booked after a rash challenge which nearly lost Holdsworth his head.
- So in reality her quick thinking and rash acting had caused Jeff to faint.
- He had obvious talent, but had a habit of making a couple of rash tackles.
- A rash action or a hasty decision at this time could have calamitous results.
- I usually restrain myself from making such a rash move, but it's not easy.
- Apart from Rooney's rash moment, which even then was silly rather than truly incendiary, the players emerged with credit.
- The reformist troops weren't rash or impetuous enough to do something so drastic without direct orders.
- Have we really thought through the consequences of rash action now?
- Everyone discusses their hotels and makes rash predictions for the best pavilions.
- But what must be deterred is none other than America's rash action.
- Could I really destroy the chances for the whole group in one rash decision?
- He said Deputy Fleming ‘should learn his history and not be making rash statements’.
- There certainly has been no idle chatter preceding this 2000 decider, no rash predictions.
- Her future takes a dramatic turn when she follows an uncharacteristically rash instinct and travels to the slums of Bombay.
- One has to trust, for all our sakes, this isn't a rash prediction.
- Now is not the time to make any rash decisions, " she said.
1sarpullido masculineerupción femininehe came out / broke out in a rash — le salió un sarpullido
- a rash of strikes — una racha / un rosario de huelgas
- The run-up to the 30th anniversary produced a rash of new revelations and bitter polemics.
- Many babies between the ages of 4 months and 15 months get diaper rash.
- Symptoms and signs of pneumonia develop a few days after the rash appears.
- The only certain way of avoiding poison ivy rash is to avoid the plant.
- In particular, a rash of break-and-enters plagued home owners and businesses alike over the past month.
- The thought of measles may bring to mind the red, blotchy rash that often accompanies this disorder.
- The rash of school shootings in recent months has drawn national attention to this problem.
- Her parents said she did not have the rash often associated with the infection.
- You might get a little road rash on you arms.
- Someone mentioned that there has been a rash of suicides in British juvenile detention.
- In a few cases, major skin rashes appeared 12-24 hr following exposure.
- The rash appears because part of the immune system is overly sensitive to irritation.
- The scheme hasn't changed and the personnel wasn't much different until a recent rash of injuries.
- During her inpatient stay, this woman developed a painful, unilateral erythematous rash in a butterfly distribution.
- More important, there was no rash of accidental shootings by women in Orlando.
- There has been a rash of construction accidents in Uganda in recent years.
- There has been a rash of sightings of elephants roosting in trees that has left authorities shaken and dazed.
- Chickenpox is a viral infection that causes a red, itchy rash on the skin.
- The rash of strikes on the railways and elsewhere should quickly disabuse them of that delusion.
- Five people were killed and 86 injured in the rash of bombings on Dec. 12.
- Prickly heat is a very itchy red skin rash, causing a prickling or burning feeling.
- You are infectious from about two days before the rash appears until roughly five days after.
- There appears to be little hope that the rash of screener thefts from checked luggage will abate anytime soon.
- Leave her in dirty nappies longer than necessary and she will probably develop a nappy rash.
- Although there is no way to cure a poison ivy rash, you can ease the discomfort.
- Just like they said when those very same refineries were shut down because of a rash of accidents, it was going to cost us.
- Expect the rash of injuries to continue this season, even without the Olympics.
- The women were asked to report any rashes occurring in themselves or their children.
- The condemnation follows recent controversy in the US where a rash of product recalls has provoked a safety panic over free gifts.
- Last week, there was a rash of thefts from vehicles parked in SFU parking lots.
- Side effects are uncommon but may include an allergic rash, nausea or headache.
- Certain inflammatory diseases can affect your skin, causing rashes and lesions.
- Are you still convinced that guns are the cause of the recent rash of school shootings?
- I would have thought it might be more embarrassing to have a rash of your mistakes put on display for everyone to see.
- Equity markets are reeling following a rash of corporate scandals.
- In Nigeria, federal authorities are clamping down on a rash of crude oil thefts.
- Similarly, oregano oil wipes out a fungus called Candida albicans, which causes diaper rash and other ailments.
- Nettle rash can also be treated by applying a drop or two of eucalyptus oil to the affected area.
- Your child with eczema may develop heat rash easily if the skin is overheated.
- What's with this recent rash of injuries plaguing the Gang Green?
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