In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1her enthusiasm remains unabated — su entusiasmo no ha disminuido en lo más mínimo / (literary) sigue incólume
- the gale raged on unabated — el temporal continuaba con toda su furia
- According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the buy-to-let boom is continuing unabated.
- The partition was not implemented, but all the factors which had caused the initial uprising continued unabated.
- Despite the rivers being fair game, match activity on some of the commercial carp orientated venues continues unabated.
- So the vile and useless pop culture anecdotes will continue unabated.
- The government's agenda and goals are obvious and will continue unabated until it is dumped at the elections.
- In the meantime, the excitement among the watching public continues unabated.
- As the pattern continued unabated after the break, it was no surprise when Paul Tosh recorded his second goal in 62 minutes.
- His love affair with music continues unabated as Mr. Isaacs provides training to young musicians at his home.
- Her pain was considerably reduced but the spasms continued unabated.
- If the property boom continues unabated during the next few months, the Bank could be forced to raise rates sooner rather than later.
- All around him now it had continued, unabated and unstoppable.
- Petrol prices began to rise in 1974 and this continued almost unabated through to 1981.
- For a while there was some reduction in the level of corruption, but indiscipline continued unabated.
- The Economic Survey states in no uncertain terms that overspending by the government continues unabated.
- Meanwhile, the desecration of the English language continues unabated.
- While all of this continues, the war talk continues unabated as if no one can hear the voices of dissent from around the world.
- Despite this debacle, the hounding of Barker continues unabated.
- Garten does not expect this will continue unabated in the near future.
- The wind and rain continued unabated, sucking this once respectable vessel further into the quagmire of decay.
- And so the intolerance that plagues this country continues unconfronted and unabated.
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