In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(remark/person) sarcástico(person/remark) mordaz
- Sure, it's easy to be sarcastic, especially about politics and the political process.
- An ironic and sarcastic grin flashed upon her oval face as she announced the name of the horse.
- I put on a smile at the sarcastic comment and turned to see Alex leaning against the wall, itching her neck.
- To make things worse, two sarcastic and sassy FBI agents are also hot on Ford's trail.
- Nick and I spend most of the waking hours of the day bickering, sniping, and being sarcastic with one another.
- It was going to be weird without her sarcastic comments and worries about her looks.
- It infuses his writing, tempering his cleverness with a good measure of sarcastic honesty.
- So, you see, by allowing my sarcastic venting, you're saving my relationship.
- Sarah couldn't help but make the snide and sarcastic remark to him to show her hatred.
- His sarcastic comment brought her out of her reverie like a bucket of cold water.
- While often sarcastic and satirical, Hendrie sounded very serious about this offer.
- I tried to think of a nasty sarcastic comment to make him leave me alone, but none came to mind.
- He'd never called me David before, and there was no mistaking the sarcastic sneer in his voice.
- Unable to give a sarcastic comment, she settled with glaring at him.
- The campaign works hard to adopt a glib and sarcastic voice familiar to many young people.
- A burglar who stole presents from a York family has been sent a sarcastic message of thanks for ruining their Christmas.
- I was tired of holding a grudge that was only causing me to be bitter and sarcastic.
- How are you supposed to follow the story when you're constantly making sarcastic comments about the hammy acting?
- Her voice has an amused tone, and I know she's trying to be sarcastic and make me feel bad.
- When people are sarcastic or rude, it just says that that's how they feel about themselves.
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