In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1subsceptible to(open, vulnerable)(colds/infection) propenso ahe's quite susceptible to a bit of flattery — se lo puede persuadir halagándolo un poco
- the style is very susceptible to parody — el estilo se presta a la parodia
- People who exercise regularly are less susceptible to minor viral illnesses, such as colds and flu.
- Experts said they are the most susceptible to damage in large quakes.
- Rural teachers, in particular, were susceptible to pressure from resentful parents in their communities.
- There are also concerns that a roof could make the tower more susceptible to damage from the elements.
- Why do you seem particularly susceptible to that injury?
- In turn, those areas become susceptible to injury.
- Since yours were newly planted, they were likely more susceptible to the cold.
- Adult birds are susceptible to lead poisoning when their food source is contaminated.
- Therefore, more research is needed to identify subgroups that may be particularly susceptible to pressure reduction strategies.
- With the festive season in full swing during the winter months, you may also become susceptible to illness.
- In susceptible individuals, panic disorder's debilitating symptoms can lead to major depression.
- Despite recovering from the accident, the 31-year-old's neck remains susceptible to further injury.
- Trees susceptible to frost damage should be trimmed immediately after the last chance of frost.
- However, while adults are less susceptible to varicella infection, they are more likely to die of chicken pox.
- Children most susceptible to bone plate disturbances are those with poor muscle development.
- Avoid early planting dates if susceptible inbreds or hybrids are planted.
- A vitamin deficiency can cause normal body functions to break down and render a person susceptible to disease.
- Less robust people and children are more susceptible to the disease.
- Longer limbs are tougher to control and generate force that leaves them susceptible to injuries.
- The lack of knowledge about AIDS and venereal diseases generally makes this group particularly susceptible to infection.
- He was a cheerful, gregarious man, as endlessly curious as a cat, highly emotional and susceptible.
- As a susceptible child, I was brainwashed into believing that was true.
- It occurs when a susceptible person is confronted with a stressful situation, etc.
- Yet she agrees they are highly susceptible to peer pressure.
- This proves the consumer is susceptible and can change at a whim.
- Sarah was susceptible to all the feelings and emotions of ordinary women.
formal(capable)(change, improvement) susceptible de
- These things are not susceptible of translation into a simple ‘yes or no’ question.
- Each item separately may be susceptible of an innocent explanation.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.