In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) poco exigente(person) poco conocedor(person) que no(person) discierne(choice) sin criterio
- They have proved not to be the undiscerning and voracious predator of the movies but intelligent and selective.
- Yes, a few undiscerning children under 12 might like this movie, as will adults with a similar level of sophistication, but all others are well advised to stay clear of this loser.
- But children are also very, very stupid and undiscerning as far as films go.
- The bill was bad enough, but the food was very average even to the undiscerning palate.
- I believe guitar and bodhrán players who operate in traditional circles are people of low esteem and undiscerning musical tastes.
- Even today white metal is often confused with platinum, but only to the undiscerning eye.
- These astute restaurateurs have tailored their products to an undiscerning constituency that sees ‘curry’ as something you go for after too many pints.
- What they indicate is that sharks are not the undiscerning predators of the popular media.
- While the ‘photo-realism’ of the $100-million film makes it a definite eye-popper, undiscerning eyes might not catch the Darwinian subtleties of the film.
- All these criticisms may be true, but if the new poetry's audience is truly so lazy, uninformed, and undiscerning, why isn't it just staying at home watching cable?
- Until the 1970s the wines were mainly sold in bulk to be drunk by undiscerning palates in bars all over Spain.
- Similarly, whatever is said on radio is taken as gospel by undiscerning listeners who, from all accounts, comprise the clear majority.
- To even the most undiscerning eye, this makes no sense whatsoever.
- They package questionable quality seeds in well known packaging materials which may not make any difference to the undiscerning eye.
- I do, however, take very great exception at being described as a person of ‘low esteem and undiscerning musical tastes’, purely on the basis of the instruments that I play.
- To the undiscerning eye, absolutely nothing remains.
- But these pretty guys are much more cosmopolitan than just being Aussies, and they don't just speak with Australian accents, however it may sound to the undiscerning ear.
- Do we think ourself to be so unaware and undiscerning that we let creative destruction just happen to us?
- To the undiscerning eye, this place might seem to have a serenely majestic air, but Harun can feel the underlying tension with every step.
- These tough mavericks provided a wonderful public service that has evolved to undiscerning disservice.
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