In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to pass unobserved — pasar desapercibido / inadvertido
- she made sure she was unobserved — se aseguró de que nadie la estuviera observando
- This is their country and their way of living, the things that I question or query are part of the banality of everyday life for them and often remain unobserved.
- However, the machines whirred on unmanned and unobserved; the staff were on holiday.
- To develop our arguments we begin by looking at the joint distribution of all of the observed and unobserved data.
- ‘We were on a surveillance in Falkirk, watching unobserved out of the back of a vehicle for evidence,’ he says, grinning.
- He cannot be permitted to go unobserved and unimpeded toward his horrific objective of amassing a stockpile of weapons of mass destruction.
- Pentagon lawyers told Clark that he could not do so because firing unobserved artillery fire would violate the Rules of Engagement.
- And so he now found himself lurking at the warren, enjoying the sense of power that comes from observing while being unobserved.
- Police have never been more present across the city, visible in numbers on the streets and watching unobserved via networks of cameras.
- Methods such as ML account for both observed and unobserved changes.
- That and an ability to melt away into a crowd, slipping unobserved from the scene.
- I suspect, however, that he is not making the claim about all beliefs but only beliefs about the ontological status of unobserved entities.
- Does the same evolutionary predilection lead physicists and mathematicians to see beauty in the unobserved, or unobservable?
- She took advantage of the dark shadow of the doorway to observe, herself unobserved.
- The runway faces east/west in a remote part of Scotland, enabling aircraft to approach the base from the sea, unobserved - ideal for covert or secret activity.
- In many of these poses she is represented as if she thinks she is unobserved; the observer is thus cast as a voyeur.
- By a continuing process of inflation, government can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens.
- Liukku added: ‘The amount of explosives used was such that it could easily be carried around unobserved.’
- During one overnight wash, seeing that it was unobserved it took the opportunity to escape by slipping down said door seal behind the drum.
- There's not much you can do about that but don't leave your treasured flower unobserved.
- Indirect fires are divided into two basic categories: observed and unobserved.
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