In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(be agitated)bullirthe crowd seethed around the platform — la multitud bullía en el andén
- the square was a seething mass of demonstrators — la plaza era un hervidero de manifestantes
- to seethe with sth
- her mind was seething with images — las imágenes bullían en su cerebro
- the town was seething with tourists — la ciudad estaba plagada de turistas
- Amy seethed with anger on the inside, but forced herself to smile.
- The hostile-attribution bias, which kicks in when you're seething with anger, makes matters worse.
- Inwardly he was seething with rage against himself.
- I can either seethe with jealousy or you can be my new hero.
- He paused, noticing that Devon was still seething with anger about Officer Sizemore.
- ‘He was seething,’ one of the Afghan commanders said.
- His voice was cool, but she knew he was seething with rage.
- He also breaks down and makes a startling admission that will have fans of the book seething with anger.
- I was seething with bitterness and rage as I placed Golf Digest back on the table.
- Staring after him, still seething with rage, I breathed heavily.
- Once upon a time, I would have ducked my head and seethed privately.
- The country is seething with resentment against alternately corrupt civil and military governments.
- I am seething with rage at anyone who dares suggest that, in any way, such acts are even explicable, let alone justifiable.
- I recall he listened rather impassively, but it was not until he saw me next week in the office that I realized he was seething with anger.
- In Wrexham, I was seething at the injustice of it all.
- On the walk back to the tent with Liz, Gina inwardly seethed.
- She was seething, but her anger was frighteningly under control.
- Samantha seethed inwardly, and Bryce, watching her, saw her pout return.
- I'm practically seething with anger before I'm even halfway through this old lady's cart of Christmas ornaments.
- The product of a broken home, Tim seethes with a silent rage that manifests itself in exceedingly destructive ways.
2(be angry)estar furiosoI was absolutely seething — estaba furioso
- she seethed with indignation/anger/rage — hervía de indignación/de cólera/de rabia
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