In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(decision) precipitado(repair/work) hecho a todo correr(repair/work) hecho a la carrera(repair/work) hecho a las carrerasto feel rushed — estar muy estresado
- rushed job
- Had those with the means not rushed to fill the void, who knows what would have been left.
- Buying a home is never something that should be rushed.
- In America strict regulations governing ship movements near ports have been rushed into place.
- The Bill is to be rushed through the Commons this week, with all its parliamentary stages completed by the Christmas recess.
- Some proponents of murder theories had previously suggested a harried and rushed embalming process.
- In both cases, the new redistricting laws are being rushed through at the end of a legislative session.
- The end of the semester seemed very rushed to get through material.
- They are unlikely to be rushed into any commitment with Sri Lanka.
- The political parties ' rushed discussion on the reform programs may be a result of their desperate attempt to calm the public outrage over corrupt politics.
- The editing job was probably rushed from all indications.
- The A-B Budweiser is rushed out in 21 days for the world market.
- From my point of view, I won't be rushed into making a move.
- They were riding high for a few years, despite a couple of spectacular failures among products that were rushed to market.
- Then we have various counties in Florida being rushed through the recounting process.
- The control orders were rushed through parliament earlier this month in the face of widespread opposition.
- Several have been carried out under the government's recently enacted internment legislation, which was rushed through parliament with minimum debate.
- The characters, setting and story did not convince me and the ending seemed rushed.
- An evidential rushed effort to complete telling the tale (maybe to meet a tight deadline?) seem to plagued the book's finalising chapters.
- Rushed work by the harassment officer never gave the man a chance to state his own case.
- Not rushed, not with an agenda to get somewhere else.
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