In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reinventarto reinvent oneself — reinventarse a sí mismo
- Constantly changing, radically reinventing himself, Wittman is forever in a state of flux.
- It is said - our correspondents said, other people say it - that Las Vegas is a city of transformation, a city that reinvents itself.
- He escapes, reinvents himself as a count and starts to exact cold, calculated revenge.
- Pran is somebody who reinvents himself according to context.
- But one of the most remarkable things about Dylan is the way he reinvents himself.
- I've maintained all along, the monarchy will continue because it readjusts, and reinvents itself.
- He has now reinvented himself as a radical stand-up with just enough charm and stagecraft to get away with an amazingly low ratio of jokes to running time.
- It constantly reinvents itself, remaining classic but fresh.
- But, like Turner, she continually reinvents herself.
- As she reinvents herself as a writer, she tells of how she nearly sacrificed her family life for a few laughs
- But the New Economy is about constantly reinventing yourself and being creative and moving to where you can charge your customer a premium.
- After being a total geek in school, he's expelled and reinvents himself with the help of an inmate.
- As true as that is for America in general, it is even truer by an order of magnitude for New York City which reinvents itself every generation.
- New York is a city that endlessly reinvents itself and, in the process of doing so, provides almost limitless opportunities for missed dreams to be dreamt again and to be realized.
- He's excited to be at the event, and really ready to hear so many people talk positively about reinventing yourself.
- He has learnt that the secret is to keep reinventing yourself.
- Figo, nominally a right-sided midfielder, reinvents himself as a striker, ballwinner or even full-back…
- She works in the fruit and vegetable section of a supermarket and by this bizarre event completely reinvents herself.
- Since mass education has constantly and often radically reinvented itself, there is great formal disparity and discontinuity across different eras, with many older buildings still in use.
- He reinvents himself after committing horrific atrocities and seems to constantly try to keep the past at bay.
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