In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(enemy/pursuer) implacable(pursuit) incesante(pursuit) sin tregua(criticism) despiadado
- Change is slow to come, and we must continue to be relentless in our pursuit to let others know our value.
- Football has continued its relentless march into cricket's strongholds.
- As of writing, the relentless fall in the stock market continues unabated.
- The state cannot deal with change, and ours is a time of constant and relentless change.
- Pearson was singled out for the relentless demands that he put on his people.
- The world is groaning to a halt, and yet the ants continue their relentless labour under sunny skies.
- He is a man who combines a tremendous, relentless determination with a stalwart good humor.
- He became a relentless traveller, sparing no continent and few countries in quest of subjects and themes.
- It seemed he would never escape the relentless torture of being forced to choose a bride.
- More in the crowd ask for food and water as the sun continues to cover the area with relentless heat.
- As always the flow of patients was relentless, but as the day wore on I became familiar with some of the friendly faces of the patients on the unit.
- Their name will remain etched on the stone table of relentless, hard working rock n roll bands.
- But he's ruthless and relentless, and you always think that there might be a point in a Hollywood movie that he will draw back.
- So he searched, and sought shelter from this relentless heat, bearing in mind the past.
- Still she continued on relentless as I did everything I could to fight back and not beg for mercy.
- David Sifry is relentless in evangelizing the importance of blogs to business.
- Consider the shoppers you know who are relentless in their pursuit of a deal.
- I continued my relentless walk through the streets, knife barred into my deep clutches.
- Throughout the long day, they suffered cruelly under the constant whining shells and relentless, baking sun.
- The pandemic continues its relentless spread about 14 000 people are infected each day.
- Success follows relentless pursuit of something you absolutely believe in.
- He was relentless, some said ruthless, and it made him one of the toughest prosecutors in the state.
- His muscular approach to the game and his relentless running made a constant threat to Mayo.
- The sun was relentless, and the heat reflected cruelly off the parched earth.
- Instead he plays figurehead to perfection, based on a huge, relentless and ruthless spin team.
- The fear of drawing attention to themselves was constant and relentless.
- He followed her, settling his weight on top of her in a most possessive way and not allowing her any room to escape from his relentless pursuit.
- Yet it's hard to think of anyone who has pursued power with such relentless single-handedness.
- She deftly defeats those who dare challenge her with a relentless intensity.
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