In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(opinion/guess) sin fundamentoan uninformed layman — un profano en la materia
- an uninformed reader might think that … — un lector que no tuviera conocimientos del tema podría pensar que …
- for a diplomat he seems to be very uninformed — para ser diplomático no parece estar muy al tanto / al corriente de las cosas
- uninformed about sth
- we were kept uninformed about the situation — no se nos puso al tanto / al corriente de la situación
- she was uninformed about what was going on in the country — no estaba al tanto / al corriente de lo que estaba pasando en el país
- It is this narrow mindset that causes such confusion in the uninformed.
- However, I find that most people are woefully uninformed, lay, clergy, and religious alike.
- As far as the situation of the building process is concerned, much hot air from uninformed opinion has been generated.
- You might view this book as the ultimate concession of the world of science to the uninformed needs of the popular mind.
- We have to be very careful that this isn't a licence for uninformed private criticisms.
- This inverts the philosophy of education: the imparting of knowledge by the informed to the uninformed.
- Some beetled about placing and replacing cones to some intricate masterplan that escaped the uninformed eye.
- The actual distinction isn't so much between informed versus uninformed as between in denial and not in denial.
- They are also uninformed about the fact that they can be cured by a simple surgical procedure.
- I think that perhaps my understanding of what a good camera looks like is deftly uninformed.
- From the latest jokes to discussions on the hot issues of the day, they rarely arrive uninformed or without a strong opinion.
- This results in understandable apprehension from the uninformed masses.
- Unfortunately we seem to be a constant target for his uninformed attacks.
- His domestic policy is unjust, inhumane, fiscally irresponsible, and amazingly uninformed.
- The referee inquired of the uninformed DJ how many players had turned up.
- It seemed like everyone wanted to give you their opinions, no matter how half-baked and uninformed.
- That's a lot of people uninformed that their friend is on the train.
- Both groups are forced to suffer the prejudices that have been fuelled by the tabloids and absorbed by an uninformed public.
- If anyone is loopy it is your stupid, uninformed, ignorant London correspondent.
- He called my opinions ignorant and uninformed.
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