In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(opponent/attitude) inflexible(opponent/attitude) intransigenteshe is an uncompromising separatist — es una separatista a ultranza
- In this case the voters' opinions are highly polarized, and the candidates are uncompromising.
- German Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, is known as a traditionalist with uncompromising views.
- Discerning, astute, uncompromising, his leadership inspired one to venture against all odds.
- She is a woman who is single-minded, forceful and uncompromising.
- The Reagan doctrine was an uncompromising policy to win a global struggle between good and evil.
- She also has the integrity to remain uncompromising in the refusal to acknowledge opinions that are not grounded in truth.
- An uncompromising champion of royal authority, he was sympathetic to victims of its abuse by corrupt courtiers.
- You will be sharp and uncompromising; your minds will have been forged into lethal weapons.
- Levein's opinions, honest and uncompromising, have been a hallmark of his reign.
- Put the other way around, the respondent is more likely to be dogmatic, technical and uncompromising.
- The company believes its reputation for uncompromising quality is one of its most valuable assets.
- It worked, on the whole, but there are still a few things which push my buttons, and uncompromising arrogant tossers are one of them.
- Those who are argue we're using up all of Earth's goodies are just as uncompromising as those who argue we'll never run out.
- It would appear that the new order of Catholicism is as equally inflexible and uncompromising, as the old order would appear to be.
- Common to both was Hearts being uncompromising and unwilling simply to allow Celtic to dictate.
- The words, restless and uncompromising, ask you to wake up, to change your life, to find a better way to live.
- Samples of its uncompromising micronarrative style are easy to pick.
- Acerbic and subjective he was, but also candid and uncompromising.
- For a party with such a pleasant public image, they have ruffled some feathers with their uncompromising constituency campaigns.
- It made him single-minded and uncompromising, and he was not known for his geniality.
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