In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- the stairs are becoming unmanageable for him — le cuesta cada vez más subir las escaleras
- But by then, of course, the problem would have become unmanageable.
- In recent years Nimbin has gone from having four full-time doctors to just Dr Oxlee, who says his workload has become unmanageable.
- But Zimbabwe's economic slide in recent years shows that he is finding both relationships increasingly unmanageable.
- Step 1: Admit that your are powerless over your egos and past glories, that your lives have become unmanageable.
- Knowing some of the local politics I am aware that trying to support six chief executives, all with different working styles, may be an unmanageable job.
- Evidently, if the proposal is followed strictly, the resultant tariff structure will be inconsistent and unmanageable.
- It has to be beautiful and slightly wild without becoming unmanageable and disorganised.
- History teaches us that unless these pernicious tendencies are scotched, they grow to become unmanageable monsters later on.
- Administering all ten techniques to control spam effectively can quickly become unmanageable.
- Consumer groups and MPs have warned that people could be storing up problems for the future, with rising interest rates making debts unmanageable.
- ‘The cases which are coming into court in almost unmanageable numbers are the tip of the iceberg,’ he said.
- What you need are huge and unmanageable Visa and store charge card debts, with a few court proceedings and the odd repossession threat hanging over your head.
- A further delay in the price hike would increase the budget deficit to an unmanageable level and strengthen inflationary pressures.
- Caregivers identified lack of mobility and loss of bladder control most frequently as unmanageable symptoms.
- Little showed admirable poise trying to manage the unmanageable Red Sox bullpen.
- Two loads from the bucket will fill the tank, however two full loads make the bucket unmanageable to lift and control the pour efficiently causing splashing.
- Owners of unruly hedges or unmanageable gardens need fear no more thanks to a pair of four-legged lawn mowers now available for hire.
- I would say my life had become unmanageable, and I was having problems with both the medications and the alcohol.
- When one of these moods overtook her, she became unmanageable.
- Councillors were concerned that around 60 lorries per day and hundreds of cars will place an unmanageable strain on the town's roads.
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