In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(question) sin formular
- Bloated with unasked questions, the waiting press barely kept their restraint.
- He laid his ears back, but he understood the rest of the unasked question.
- Added to this sense of despair was the unasked question about how long women must keep demanding justice and fair play.
- The face I'm staring into, the face that stares back with a thousand unasked questions, is my own.
- Otherwise, this staging, full of padding and smart-aleck references, diffuses Wagner's musical power: it is an elemental drama gelded by unasked questions and a lack of ambition.
- The question is unasked by Randy Moore and leads me to my second point.
- I didn't respond to his unasked question, carrying everything carefully into the house and down the stairs into my new room.
- Who wasn't longing for the unasked question; ‘How 'bout I walk across the room and wipe that smirk of your face?’
- The debaters ought to address first the unasked question of within what theoretical inquiry the issue is even relevant.
- ‘I'm seventeen,’ she answered to his unasked question.
- You were about to ask her if she was ok when she answered the unasked question… ‘Right now.’
- ‘I'm fine,’ he said, answering the unasked question.
- Then there were the unasked questions about the Conservative priorities for tax cuts.
- ‘Killer instinct,’ he replied to her unasked question.
- Immediately Ryaven knew what the conversation was about and answered the unasked question.
- Dana looks over, sees my look of confusion, and answers my unasked question.
- He continued, looking at his employer and answering Axler's unasked question.
- ‘Honestly, I'm not entirely sure what happened there,’ I answered his unasked question.
- Oddly, the quotation answers an unasked question and makes a random plug for ‘green’ computing.
- The babies kept putting up their hands to answer unasked questions and when I'd call on one of them to answer they would yell out a random word or word related to something I'd said 10 minutes ago.
2(uninvited)(advice/suggestion) no solicitadohe did it unasked — lo hizo sin que nadie se lo pidiera
- There are miracles that happen every day, asked for and unasked for, deserved and undeserved.
- But passion is born and though undesirable, unasked for, unnecessary like cancer, it takes root.
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.