In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(honest/complicated) aparentementetwo seemingly contradictory facts — dos hechos aparentemente / en apariencia contradictorios
- The death of this one figure merited endless comment from, seemingly, every columnist.
- His eureka moment came during one of the seemingly endless group sessions.
- He had spun and twisted until the perspiration poured from him in a seemingly endless stream.
- What lay outside the walls was a seemingly endless view of woodland and rolling hilltops.
- Its attempts to reduce the waiting list has become a seemingly endless saga.
- She lived on the top of a hill in the middle of a seemingly endless field of soybeans.
- Despite seemingly endless supplies of ball, Currie were unable to add to their tally after the break.
- This year it also finds the country in the leaden grip of a seemingly endless process of mourning.
- Tiny took us along the seemingly endless corridors to the gate at the end and he opened it for us.
- Allies insist that the professor will take the seemingly impossible job of leading Italy in his stride.
- Gala's plight has not been helped by a seemingly endless rotation of coaches.
- You've used them to take photos, make movies and listen to seemingly endless gigabytes of music.
- Other than the odd tuft of sea grass, we were surrounded by seemingly endless sand.
- We were inundated with new products in a seemingly endless cavalcade of astonishing innovations.
- The grief his parents felt soon turned to anger at the seemingly endless wait for answers.
- Indeed, there is a seemingly endless list of other ways they could earn a living.
- The photo finish, the seemingly endless pause and then the euphoria simply made it all the more memorable.
- The list of top sportspeople to grace Glasgow events is seemingly endless.
- The council also provide a seemingly endless programme of free festivals and firework displays.
- With a novel, that can take a lot of seemingly endless waiting, but the risk is worth it.
2al parecersegún pareceseemingly, there is no alternative — parece que / al parecer / según parece, no queda otra alternativa
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