In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(real existence)realidad feminine
- When faced with the reality of these experiences, part of the problem is doubt as to whether they are real or imagined.
- We have met before and the reality of personal experience is very different.
- The reality of motherhood is trainers, a fleece, a worry list and a mobile phone.
- I have no problem with teaching our children the realities of life and war in the past.
- This language is so personal that the reader cannot be drawn to the reality of the experience.
- The reality of her mother dying sank in deep as she saw the look of fear in her mother's eyes.
- This is part of the reality of women's experience in today's Ireland.
- Soon experience told them to look at the realities of life and how the laws of nature work.
- But when image is your concern, the unpleasant realities of war present big problems.
- The reality of the child's early experience may or may not be known.
- Anywhere outside you will experience the reality of traffic going forwards - in quantity, at speed.
- It is clear that that may be difficult to enforce against the realities of everyday domestic life.
- When a big issue is on, do we want someone who might be prepared to fudge the realities of truth in order to meet his or her own ends?
- None has been so determined to finesse the difficult realities of the post-cold war world.
- No one on this campus wants to diminish the reality of the horrible experience of sexual assault.
- It wants to make sure it cannot actually focus on the realities of family life.
- I had been invited to experience the reality of front line policing in the town by joining the Swindon response team for the night.
- The reality of this truth was manifested at the last election.
- The above point reflects a deep tendency in Western societies to deny the reality of life as a biological reality.
- Some of these children have their own first-hand experience of the realities of war.
1.2(actual circumstances)realidad femininethe realities of life — la realidad de la vida
- to become (a) reality — hacerse realidad
- in reality — en realidad
- The above is one development of the idea that reality is socially constructed.
- It happens in stock markets when they lose touch with reality.
- In reality Maddy had no idea if he'd actually slept with her, but it wasn't her business to ask or even know.
- You see, a long time ago, some academic came up with the idea that reality doesn't actually exist.
- It has kept all of us in touch with reality as it exists in Tokyo and Japan along with a better understanding of what Tokyo and Japan are all about.
- It was clear to me that I would soon lose touch with reality unless I did something that mattered.
- I started perceiving the world in terms of wishes as opposed to reality.
- For many though, the idea of getting beyond reality is not such a scary prospect.
- Recognition and acceptance of truth and reality replaces false ideas.
- She said that the students are slowly losing touch with reality.
- It is so easy for prime ministers to lose touch with reality.
- No other nation has ever been quite so obsessed by defining what it is, or troubled by the idea that reality might not measure up to the ideal.
- But this new theology is vulnerable because it has long since lost any touch with reality.
- Although it sounds glamorous and fun, Caldwell says there is a danger you can lose touch with reality.
- Such details spice up the account of a wartime dictator losing touch with reality.
- In a play that makes play with ideas about art and reality, one of the more stimulating paradoxes occurred offstage.
- Unfortunately though, this only seems to be a good idea, instead of reality.
- One of our biggest problems is perception as opposed to reality.
- Will a love of knowledge and the written word lead to me lose touch with reality and normal society and decide that there is no longer any need for me to wash?
- But for him, history was still the history of ideas, reality was secondary.
- Only when films regain the sparks of creativity, originality and reality, will we see crowds in cinema halls again.
- He loved acting and the people that were in it and that could produce and create moments of great reality.
- All of that combines to work against the sense of immersion and reality created by the graphics and large gameworld.
- Harsh reality is created with striking clarity throughout the collection, leaving the reader both awed and dismayed.
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