In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1impasibleimpertérritohe was unperturbed by their hostility — se quedó impasible / impertérrito ante su hostilidad
- she carried on unperturbed — siguió sin inmutarse
- Ikeda watched her scowl at him for a lengthy moment while he remained composed and wholly unperturbed.
- But in actual fact he is unperturbed about the attention.
- The Spanish midfielder was exceptional, his control and passing was exquisite and he seemed unperturbed by the conditions.
- And Clarke, of course, made his name with Fred Dagg, a character who appeared unperturbed to the point of coma.
- Again, sources backing up this information are minimal, but Willerbang seemed unperturbed by the sudden departure of his friend and mentor.
- The settlers, unperturbed, insisted that they need not take their ‘cue from barbarians!’
- He was always unflappable, seemingly unperturbed whenever he found himself on the knife edge of defeat.
- The life-like bambini appeared unperturbed, their faces calm and angelic, their wide eyes turned to the sky.
- It had been much too long since she'd experienced such unperturbed tranquility.
- The hammerheads looked at one moment cool and unperturbed and then they were gone.
- American military professionals are largely unperturbed by the controversy.
- We realise we might be the youngest people here - many of the clientele enjoyed the Seventies as they happened - but we are unperturbed.
- His words, calm and almost unperturbed, made the customer's words seem outrageous.
- Clarke is unperturbed that the first major exhibition of Scottish paintings at the revamped Royal Scottish Academy should be by a pillar of the empire.
- However, the filmmaker who cleared the film with the censor board earlier this month seems unperturbed by the controversies.
- This season, he has not veered one inch from cool, unperturbed, gently luxurious clothes.
- A trailblazer all her life, she is unperturbed when it comes to speaking her mind on controversial issues regarding life and love.
- A replacement Stagecoach bus arrived at the scene shortly afterwards and an unperturbed Mr Hill completed the journey with his passengers.
- The unperturbed swans, ponderously wallowing in the shallows.
- The man whose Naya Theatre group revived theatre in the 60's is unperturbed by controversy and likes to move on.
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