In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(mistake/oversight) involuntario(mistake/oversight) no deliberado
- The irony was unintentional and of the very blackest hue.
- Yet even here there's a kind of grotesque, if unintentional, humour.
- During the recruitment process, employers must know where discrimination can occur, even in unintentional ways.
- It is both intentional and conscious and unintentional and unconscious.
- These were all blameless cases of unintentional and unwitting mental telegraphy, I judge.
- The humour of this absurd sentence is apparently unintentional.
- There's an unintentional air of elitism about the event, specialising as it does on unsullied perfect specimens.
- The meeting had been unintentional, coincidental, but for it I was glad.
- That last post might have been a completely unintentional plagiarism of a song that I haven't heard for probably eighteen years.
- He felt that those accused under the law would be responsible for unintentional and unforeseen reactions to comments they made.
- Due to an unintentional oversight, we failed to identify, prior to the release, the presence of two swastikas within the font.
- There's an unintentional feeling of sadness in Woody Allen's latest comedy.
- Sometimes the critical thinking level of the Guardian is so low, its only value is unintentional comedy.
- He recorded a verdict of death by unintentional road traffic accident.
- Loss of this kind is covered only when caused by an abnormal occurrence which is unintentional and unexpected as far as the insured is concerned.
- Two moments of unintentional humor I noticed through the usual dross of banal conversation.
- The doctor was charged and convicted of unintentional homicide.
- Instead I have come to realise that I must bear the guilty burden of forty years of unintentional eco-terrorism.
- Every page, every line, contains unintentional humour as the boy wonder details his rise to a legend at Old Trafford.
- He's delighted with the result, and says he's glad to be back and no longer facing an unintentional early retirement.
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