In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(crime) que no se ha descubierto(error) que ha pasado inadvertido(error) que ha pasado desapercibidomany crimes go undetected — hay muchos delitos que no se descubren
- We didn't see huge gaps in the system that would allow large numbers of cases to go undetected.
- We may have underestimated the proportion of undetected cases.
- He discovered a hitherto undetected fracture and packed me off to North Shore Hospital.
- Cold cases are classed as undetected crimes that are two or more years old and are not being currently investigated.
- However, despite these examinations a fracture in his foot allegedly went undetected.
- He also said a weak signal could be scrambled and be undetected by another broadcaster.
- It sits on top of seven known fault lines and perhaps countless undetected cracks in the earth.
- Cheekily, and undetected, he repeatedly stole a few inches by placing the ball outside the arc every time he took a corner kick.
- The victim is almost always unaware of this, so the situation goes undetected until lenders call in the debt collectors.
- He had a previously undetected heart condition and suffered haemorrhages which left him paralysed and unable to speak.
- The thefts remained undetected until a member of the public enquired about a relative's account.
- Nobody will ever think of looking for you in there and you can travel to any other part of the building undetected.
- And it appears that it is also keen to introduce email monitoring to ensure that email abuse does not go undetected.
- And as with every crime, more perpetrators go undetected than are ever brought to justice.
- Whilst this matter is no longer under current investigation, it is regarded as an undetected crime, not a deleted matter.
- He was arrested earlier this year after working as a nurse at the home undetected for six years.
- The extent of this problem is very, very worrying and if it goes undetected it can have very serious health effects.
- The lives of young people who die every day from undetected heart conditions could be saved in the future.
- Skipping an MoT test could mean that faults which could lead to a serious accident go undetected.
- At least one group is thought to have been working undetected in Spain.
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