In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(undisciplined)desordenadoa dissolute, unregulated way of life — una vida disoluta y desordenada
- So, you have an unregulated resource that is capable of overuse that solves the problem by charging users for its use.
- Such unregulated production spawns the growth of child labor and of a disregard for working conditions in general.
- For that reason I do not consciously differentiate between regulated and unregulated businesses.
- It is hoped the latest swoop in a nationwide clampdown on unregulated puppy farms will spur the public not to buy dogs from such dealers.
- In the meantime, the unregulated broker holds all the cards.
- Critics say the marketing push will put a dangerous and largely unregulated weapon on the streets.
- The sector has been virtually unregulated since sapphire was discovered about five years ago.
- Those regulated and unregulated hucksters who use these devices are, simply put, ripping off the public.
- Hence, money can move anywhere and is totally unregulated, but our bodies are increasingly regulated and controlled.
- According to Rangel, the problem is that the polling industry in Venezuela is completely unregulated.
- The informal economy is all the unregulated work that exists on the edges of the mainstream economy.
- This is completely unregulated and there is evidence that children and vulnerable people are losing money that they can ill afford to lose.
- A black market is also called an underground economy or unregulated economy.
- The voting machine industry is unregulated and has not chosen to regulate itself.
- Thanks to unregulated advertising on private TV channels, children seem to be in a perennial state of want.
- After all, the sky is not a limit for an unregulated economy with no taxes.
- They also underestimated the cost of the resulting transition from regulated to unregulated prices.
- Only in an unregulated religious economy are the churches fully market-dependent.
- There is a common myth that America, land of the free market cowboys, is the unregulated Wild West of commerce.
- The media, which calls other powers to account, is itself a vast, largely unregulated, wholly unaccountable power.
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