In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(exploitation/violence) incontrolado(greed) desmedido(joy/anger) desenfrenado(anger/joy) sin freno
- Adriana asked, bracing herself for more of his charmingly unrestrained immodesty.
- If robbers are high on amphetamines, or crack cocaine, or desperate for a fix, their behaviour may be completely unrestrained.
- This story demonstrates the unrestrained power of organized drug traffickers.
- Yang Yang led her students in an unrestrained yet elegant dance.
- Don't let unrestrained skepticism keep you from them; take them on faith.
- Until we embrace this belief our culture has little hope of surviving beyond its present state of unrestrained hostility.
- They are answerable to no democratic mandate, so are unrestrained by the will of ordinary people.
- So he has seen unrestrained Leftism close-up and has had strong incentives to get his thoughts on Leftism clear.
- Mrs. Knoll stopped speaking, and she gave way to uncontrolled and unrestrained sobs.
- American society is the product of the most unrestrained development of the free market in the world.
- Criticising unrestrained growth of the city, he wonders whether one could restrict it.
- Only a free and unrestrained press can effectively expose deception in government.
- But clearly, Gus Macdonald's airports review is the beginning of the end for unrestrained growth in air travel.
- You, with your unrestrained laughter, your gift for delight, have taught us all to relax and to be part of the moment.
- We should also remember that unrestrained growth is the ideology of the cancer cell.
- The phenomenon goes back at least to the Emperor Nero, who sang his poetry to unrestrained applause.
- Upon opening the door, Kathy throws her arms up in an unrestrained expression of delight.
- His dreams, are wild and unrestrained because they are supposed to be safe; they are, after all, dreams.
- This unrestrained style of dressing is no longer a personal statement; it has become a symbol of the sector.
- In the early days of the market system, he argues, a Protestant ethic kept the unrestrained economic impulse of capitalism in check.
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