In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) inescrupuloso(person) sin escrúpulos(conduct) poco honesto(conduct) inescrupuloso
- The heyday of the unscrupulous mercenary type dawned when the colonial powers pulled out of Africa leaving chaos behind.
- Mrs Strong said that unscrupulous landlords in the area were attracting unruly tenants.
- Thus, some unscrupulous types are getting rich off kids' unfulfillable dreams.
- As I stated above proper claims are welcomed as they stop unscrupulous people and employers from exploiting people.
- It's not much of a gift, especially if some unscrupulous person was able to exploit it for their own wicked advantage.
- If this waste material had a simple, cheap dye put in it the indelible stain would prevent it ever being sold on by unscrupulous dealers.
- Religions come into disrepute when manipulated by unscrupulous politicians.
- There are lots of grey areas in this industry which many unscrupulous traders love to exploit.
- The situation has not been helped by unscrupulous landlords renting out property to anybody no matter what their history.
- These unscrupulous rulers violated every principle of Islam to survive in power.
- As a result, many people lost money, some no doubt cheated by unscrupulous speculators.
- It is also true there are unscrupulous persons who would exploit the image and story of Mandela.
- He is ruthless, ambitious, unscrupulous, a threat to the region and a tyrant to his people but that does not make him a terrorist.
- The small transport boats sink, or unscrupulous captains force their passengers into the sea.
- The commission system is open to abuse by unscrupulous advisers who recommend unsuitable plans because they pay more.
- Very often these unscrupulous people will just dump the rubbish.
- People don't like some of the tactics adopted by some unscrupulous evangelists to get people to convert.
- Polley said the move would stop unscrupulous business owners from selling imported beef as Scots-produced.
- He began copying because he was sick of paying money for inferior material to unscrupulous dealers and considered it his hobby.
- I have taken great umbrage at the portrayal of scientists as unscrupulous and unethical.
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