In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(beauty/mastery) sin igual(mastery/beauty) sin par literaryhe is unsurpassed in his knowledge of the subject — nadie lo supera en conocimiento del tema
- He was praised as ‘a Belfast boy, who made a historic and unsurpassed contribution to Association Football’.
- His knowledge of Westbury was said to be unsurpassed and he had been a key player in planning the town's visitor centre, which opened in December.
- The stylistic theming is unsurpassed in anything I have ever seen.
- Notice that it doesn't say that an unsurpassed, penetrating and perfect dharma is rare.
- His plotting is unsurpassed, her characters entirely believable, and her prose the most readable in crime fiction.
- It is amazing that, in an era of unsurpassed economic vibrancy, that we still have young people who fall through the net of illiteracy.
- Rising enrollment in area schools is part of a movement that experts say is unsurpassed in the country's education history since the Civil War.
- The magnificence and diversity of the wildlife and landscape is unsurpassed.
- His unsurpassed resilience to Hollywood's finest voice coaches may get laughs from the critics, but also works in his favour.
- They have always been leaders in scouting and their record in national competition is unsurpassed.
- It is of a transcendent level of kitsch, unsurpassed in any votive shrine I've ever seen.
- The range, magnificence and diversity of the monuments in the Luxor area is unsurpassed in all of Egypt.
- One defeat in eight years is unsurpassed by any player in any tournament and this period of dominance gives him an enormous advantage when he walks on to court.
- Their affinity with the Leicester public, too, is unsurpassed.
- As the night wore on he was firmly in the middle of the action, playing with a passion unsurpassed among those performing.
- It was not, alas, unique, unequalled, unsurpassed, or uncommon for all that.
- In an area like the Borders, where there is a proud heritage and a popular love of rugby that is unsurpassed anywhere, a pro-team should flourish.
- Today it still remains unsurpassed by all who have tried.
- The artistry of the hidden beauty lies in its polysemy, and that of the visible in its unsurpassed preeminence.
- The beauty and the charm of this lovely spot is unsurpassed.
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