In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(guess too low)they underestimated the cost by $500 — calcularon el costo en 500 dólares menos de lo que correspondía
2(underrate)(importance/difficulty) subestimar(person) subestimar(person) menospreciar
- Back on his home patch, people are less likely to underestimate him.
- Most important of all; never underestimate the necessity to save up for your retirement.
- I think so, and I think we're underestimating the importance of this.
- She has fought her fair share of demons and to underestimate her now would prove a serious error of judgement.
- In fact, he'd already decided this was one woman who did her best to make people underestimate her.
- He believes they are grossly underestimating the impact of growth on their infrastructure.
- However, he knew he would not be satisfied until every person paid for underestimating him.
- Some of the author's analysis is rather basic but there are also some important insights, although the author on occasion underestimates their significance.
- Stefan said the team was not underestimating the importance of preparation.
- This grossly underestimates the fixed costs involved in running a CD manufacturing plant.
- I'm not sure they've been underestimating him, even before last week.
- I wish people wouldn't underestimate me, or my strength, or my weakness.
- Businesses grossly underestimate the spending power of disabled people, says the commission.
- I personally have been underestimating him for two years.
- ‘They can underestimate us as much as they like,’ adds Hines scornfully.
- For a start, many people grossly underestimate the time their project will take and, as a result, jobs either don't get completed or are rushed.
- If his victory over them was unexpected and astonishing to many, it was because they underestimated him.
- The majority of people grossly underestimate the effort required to earn a certification.
- I fear that you're underestimating the size and importance of that segment.
- We are certainly not going to catch them cold or underestimating us.
- The president made a mistake in underestimating me.
- The findings suggest that official estimates based on surveys of the public significantly underestimate the extent of alcohol abuse in the country.
- I think there is a real risk that the Administration underestimates the difficulties.
- If she does that same type of preparation, she could impress people who are underestimating her.
- I mean, the people who underestimate him are the same people who underestimated the former mayor.
- Ontario universities underestimated the extent of this growth in demand and thence enrolment.
- Comedy aside, don't underestimate the seriousness with which these people take their tasks.
- I think I seriously underestimate the extent to which our society's addictions drive the actions of our citizens.
- Therefore it is important not to underestimate the replacement value of everything inside your house that is not fixed to the walls.
- Although perhaps I'm underestimating her - perhaps she has this effect on everyone.
- I'm not underestimating him and I'm not overestimating him.
- But it could be a mistake for political opponents to underestimate him.
- People who worked for Casey soon learned to underestimate him at their own peril.
- Even after his landslide election victory last year, they continue to underestimate him.
- However, I would also add that one should not underestimate the importance of the influence of the editor in getting ideas signed off.
- She said it was important not to underestimate the impact of binge drinking - particularly among young women.
- Earlier estimates may simply have underestimated the true cost.
- My father had always underestimated him, always mistaken his kind nature for weakness.
- The last five years, the government has been grossly underestimating its revenue, steadily.
- Of course, letting people underestimate you has tactical advantages.
1cálculo demasiado bajo masculine
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