In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(provocada por el estrés que supone conducir en condiciones difíciles) agresión feminine
- Aiming for the market occupied by the rich, some insurers are introducing cover for stalking, road rage, car jacking, aggravated burglary and kidnap.
- Driving buses is physically and emotionally taxing, with increasing demands for customer service, working congested routes, avoiding road rage, and dealing with schoolchildren.
- This short about road rage was truly ahead of its time.
- I was disgusted with this guy's driving skills, disgusted with the macho attitude, and those of you who have ever driven with me will know I suffer from chronic road rage.
- The movie features fast cars, a psychotic with road rage, a bounty hunter, and an attractive blonde.
- This reduces the myth to history's earliest account of road rage, complete with an autopsy report.
- I'm in the middle of watching ‘Band of Brothers,’ and getting accustomed to the vocabulary of warfare, but it doesn't mean I'm going to implement such tactics during spells of road rage.
- Once the symbol and instrument of progress, now it drives us to gridlock and road rage.
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