In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(difference) imperceptiblean almost undetectable scar — una cicatriz que casi no se nota
- An isolated black hole is, of course, undetectable, except by its gravitational pull - the way it distorts space in its vicinity.
- It can often be dissolved in a drink and is undetectable.
- The company claims this process takes just microseconds, making lag undetectable.
- In four months of observation, this orbital movement would be so slight as to be undetectable from Earth.
- He didn't hear what the soldier said, it was in a low whisper that was undetectable from his position in the room.
- ‘You could have fraud on a scale never seen before, and it will be completely undetectable,’ he said.
- I was beginning to get a little carsick, when we stopped with a slightly, almost undetectable, jerk.
- Harmless and humane, the cats simply don't like the sound, which is undetectable to the human ear.
- Rootkits are the ultimate backdoor, giving hackers ongoing and virtually undetectable access to the systems they exploit.
- The word on the street is the drug dealer is about to import a huge quantity of altered cocaine that is undetectable to drug sniffer dogs.
- He shrugged, and his eyes glimmered slightly with an undetectable sadness.
- In doing so, he introduced an almost totally undetectable back door into the system
- Further, if they are undetectable by their taste, smell, or colour their attractiveness as poisons is enhanced.
- His eyes met mine in the rearview mirror… and lingered there, casting me a small undetectable smile.
- And there's another sound, too: a low, whispering rumble, almost undetectable.
- Both believed they were using an undetectable drug and would never be caught.
- The extra risk of developing cancer from low doses of ionising radiation is so small that it is undetectable in the population.
- Carbon monoxide is undetectable by the human senses: it is colourless, odourless, and tasteless.
- Then, slightly with a barely undetectable motion, she ran her fingertips across his neck.
- Even if such a phenomenon were to exist, it would generally be considered to be undetectable by available statistical methods.
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