In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indiferentehe was unconcerned by the noise/their threats — estaba indiferente al ruido/a sus amenazas
- unconcerned about sth/sb
- they were unconcerned about the outcome — no les preocupaba el resultado
- His companions are seemingly unconcerned about his fatal injuries, being much more worried about the fate of the horse.
- The US is equally unconcerned globally, federally, statewide and locally.
- One could justly add that Spielberg's magic touch is tangible, even if it appears a little unconcerned.
- They did not worry if their victims were at home and seemed unconcerned about being disturbed.
- They are totally unconcerned with the conduct of things in this place.
- Putras seems unaffected and unconcerned, as if it is then of no interest to him.
- I catch a glimpse of the sleek shape of a white-tipped reef shark gliding towards us with unconcerned ease.
- They appeared unconcerned about the ultimate usefulness of such a costly education in a depressed market.
- Mr. Helmer appears to have been unconcerned as he talked casually with Constable Stanway.
- This sow seemed unconcerned with the onlookers, being more than content just to keep an eye on her new litter of piglets.
- Richard lies in the shape of a cross on the soil, pretending to be a dreamer unconcerned with the world.
- Despite being warned by crew members, the Manchester man was said to have shown no remorse and seemed unconcerned by his actions.
- Even when she threatened to contact the police Hoyle seemed unconcerned and continued to pull himself through the window.
- John Howard was unconcerned by the incident, praising his security staff.
- But she seems peculiarly unconcerned about the distraction a fainting father might present to the midwife.
- Yet the government does exactly this and the public seems pretty much unconcerned about it.
- First there was a deer, quite sketchy, but with a bright, open face, unconcerned, as though he was simply standing at rest.
- Kemino meant the question to sound worried, but it came out unconcerned and a bit shallow.
- Astor noticed an immediate change in Philip Hallan's studied air of unconcerned interest.
- Without a plan, Democrats risk looking unconcerned about future retirees.
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