In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(relationship/lifestyle) sin complicaciones(character/style) poco complicado(character/style) sencillo
- It was a simple goal, as uncomplicated as Motherwell's no-messing approach.
- This can be seen in stainless steel or brushed aluminium in uncomplicated, unadorned and simple shapes.
- Keep things simple and uncomplicated or you can land in a conflict.
- The tune and the lyrics are simple and uncomplicated, yet it has an infective rhythm and melody.
- It was a song which typified Slim's simple and uncomplicated way of looking life in the eye.
- His training sessions are not decorated with innovative drills; they are simple and uncomplicated.
- It had been so long since she saw him smile such a simple, uncomplicated smile for her.
- Our movement does not seek to conceal the hard truth that there is no simple and uncomplicated answer to the great problems of our age.
- He is clearly a simple, uncomplicated man and he clearly would like to do what is right.
- These songs are uncomplicated, their delivery simple and charming.
- You had to smile. It was an uncomplicated moment of simple happiness.
- It will make the reforms we have known to date seem simple and uncomplicated.
- At first glance this bill is a reasonably straightforward and uncomplicated piece of legislation.
- Some things in life are so simple, so uncomplicated, you can't help but sit back with a big grin and admire them.
- For the first time there is an uncomplicated simple way for people to politically express their racism.
- It ought to be clear that life on the medieval manor was simple and uncomplicated.
- Nathalie Press plays Mona with straightforward, uncomplicated conviction.
- Battle was only a momentary distraction, a simple, uncomplicated escape from the troubles of his life.
- The title track is the anthem, their theme song - so uncomplicated, so straightforward.
- It seems much more likely that he writes movie scripts for the simple, uncomplicated reason that he loves film.
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