In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(class) indisciplinado(class) difícil de controlar(conduct) rebelde(child) revoltoso(hair) rebelde
- Police were deployed to control unruly shoppers as the United States' major sales of the year got underway.
- Anyone who has had to manage wayward or unruly livestock will know that the easiest way to do so is with food.
- He said that the Jakarta-based club had no problem with further disciplining its unruly players.
- The incident happened two weeks ago when a female science teacher at the school called a colleague to help control a class of unruly pupils.
- Because of his unruly behavior, everyone near Petruchio fears for his or her life.
- She sat demurely, which was very unlike her usual loud and unruly self, and stared at the wall, barely blinking.
- Barnes allegedly behaved in an unruly and disruptive way during the flight.
- Headteachers will be given complete control over the expulsion of unruly pupils by December 1.
- My two are not the most unruly kids on the block but they are a bit boisterous.
- Matisse was neat and careful while Picasso was wild and unruly.
- Theft and rape cases are on the increase because of the uncontrollable and unruly consumption of alcohol.
- Several times she was sanctioned by the high priestess for unruly behavior.
- Residents are urging estate agents to take control of unruly tenants who they claim are making their lives hell.
- They are making use of anti-social behaviour orders to curb unruly families and individuals.
- I caution members that they are becoming very unruly, and it is leading to disorder.
- A family of travellers have been handed landmark antisocial behaviour orders to curb their unruly lifestyle.
- An important issue was raised by the boisterous and often unruly Labour senior whip.
- Officers in riot gear were called to Wakefield to control an unruly crowd of several hundred people.
- The latest incident came on the day Ministers announced teachers would be given a legal right to discipline unruly pupils.
- They were extremely loud and unruly, tossing food at one another and leaving it on the floor.
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