In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(job) cómodo(job) que exige poco(person) poco exigentehe cannot manage even the most undemanding of tasks — no sabe realizar ni las tareas más sencillas
- the book makes undemanding reading — es un libro de lectura fácil
- Scented geraniums are undemanding creatures, easy to grow outdoors in garden beds and patio containers or indoors on a sunny windowsill.
- He's pretty undemanding, as far as boyfriends go.
- Alternatively, you may want to stay in the same place because the work is undemanding and fits around the rest of your life.
- ‘I wish more of my patients were as undemanding as you,’ said the dentist admiringly.
- We scientists are usually rather mellow, undemanding folk.
- Uncritical, undemanding and above all understanding.
- Otherwise it's an undemanding walk or paddle between bays in one of the most beautiful and protected parts of New Zealand.
- Teenagers stagnate in undemanding jobs upon graduation from high school.
- Honeysuckles are easy, undemanding climbers with interestingly shaped, wonderfully scented flowers.
- This is an undemanding walk on a good track, taking twenty minutes each way.
- He has overcome the problem he says many people encounter that of ending up in undemanding, badly-paid jobs.
- Peonies are undemanding plants, requiring only a reasonably good soil with moderate drainage.
- But like nearly all the music here those pieces are pleasant, undemanding and utterly unmemorable.
- I lay back and immersed myself in an undemanding novel.
- He congratulated her on finding herself an undemanding retirement job.
- The youngest in a family of four, Grace is the apple of her father's eye and he describes her as an undemanding girl who would never ask for anything.
- Good enough to fill a few hours of any reader's time in a pleasant and largely undemanding way.
- She remembers that she was considered an extremely docile and undemanding child.
- So far, the response from local audiences has been undemanding.
- As in Mackenzie's writing, the result is entertaining but undemanding.
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