In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(line/word) subrayar(fact/need) subrayar(fact/need) poner de relieve(fact/need) recalcar
- The tug of cultural anthropology and sociology is strong here, and underscores food as symbol and metaphor, a cultural numerator essential to the human equation.
- That is certainly true, although it underscores the somewhat narrow focus and reach of his analysis.
- The research underscores, for example, the importance of people's being motivated to become a part of the host culture, of having a strong sense of self and of finding a cultural mentor.
- Your comment underscores for me why I think a movie using special effects would be an obscenity.
- The ‘it-girl’ persona underscores what is valued in the public sphere for women, namely wealth, beauty, and social status.
- But this awful moment, haunting in an overt way, only underscores what the rest of the film does not do - make you care a whit about what happens to Cal.
- ‘This review underscores just how seriously these budget cuts are impacting the university,’ Allen said.
- It was not uncommon for respondents to heavily underscore the words ‘secure job with a pension’ in their answers to my question about why they went to university.
- The episode underscores just how furious - and arrogant - big media owners can get when journalists challenge their prerogatives and power.
- Even as he recounts over 30 years later that I lost one patient during that epidemic, one is conscious of the sense of regret which underscores the words.
- What this underscores is that the strategic significance of a region depends ultimately on the extent to which it gets caught up in the interactions of great powers.
- Jack underscored his words by sending Adam sprawling to the ground with another push.
- It's a handsome house carefully attended by a mindful gardener who simply underscores its unfussy character.
- During the poetry reading sessions, she acknowledges her audience by frequently underscoring important words both with a vocal change and a head movement towards or away from her listeners.
- The decision underscores once again, however, that for the Supreme Court, the rights of young people are shredded when they walk through the schoolhouse gates.
1subrayado masculineguión bajo masculine
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