In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(events/facts) no relacionados (entre sí)the police believe the incidents are unrelated — la policía cree que los incidentes no están relacionados (entre sí)
- to be unrelated to sth — no guardar (ninguna) relación con algo
- People are also starting to draw connections between apparently unrelated facts.
- That it is a justified belief cannot be a brute fundamental fact unrelated to the kind of belief it is.
- Back in the 1960s, there were two professional football leagues that were unrelated.
- These can provide transplant physicians with stem cells from unrelated but matched donors.
- There was no single cause of the shame, rather a series of unrelated facts.
- For entirely unrelated reasons, two of the names I particularly like are Carmen and Miranda.
- Now these are not unrelated developments unfolding within separate political communities.
- A similar exercise is being undertaken in Skipton, although the two projects are unrelated.
- Laws now regarded as distinct and unrelated would be synthesized within a single unique description.
- The headline was irresponsible because it was unrelated to the facts of the case.
- Trevor Line, defending, said his client had only recently come out of prison for an unrelated offence.
- Matched donors may be found among close relatives such as brothers or sisters, or can be from an unrelated donor.
- It has emerged that he was suffering from an unrelated medical condition and needed medical treatment.
- In the strange world of synchronicity and serendipity that we inhabit, these two facts are not unrelated.
- These private haplotypes are phylogenetically related but geographically unrelated.
- This unrelated incident ultimately resulted in an individual being charged with murder.
- He also pleaded guilty to two unrelated matters of breaching a restraining order and handling stolen goods.
- Her second divorce was unrelated to her choice of lifestyle and happened some time before she started work on the book.
- What this seemingly unrelated bunch of foods has in common is lecithin, a crucial building block in cell walls.
- I get carried away with my attempts to link the most unrelated posts I can find.
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