In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1desprevenidoconfiadoto be unsuspecting — no sospechar nada
- her husband was quite unsuspecting, assuming Joe was simply a friend — su marido no sospechaba nada, creía que Joe era un simple amigo
- He asked the unsuspecting pensioner if she could find his little sister-who he claimed lived in the area.
- The unsuspecting victim would give the directions and continue to his destination.
- He is going toward the house where we left the unsuspecting Hero.
- As more and more unsuspecting people take to the great outdoors, the demands on the team grow.
- For the unsuspecting Nancy, a somewhat different picture had been painted.
- Thieves have recently targeted unsuspecting victims by showing them a map and asking for directions.
- Such signs are just waiting to be wiped out by an unsuspecting motorist, particularly in foggy conditions.
- Much of the fun of the game arises from unfortunate bids made by unsuspecting players.
- A conman who poses as a policeman has been handing out fake speeding fines to unsuspecting motorists.
- Hidden speed cameras are clocking unsuspecting drivers in Greater Manchester.
- Nevertheless, the pose would have been construed as ridiculous had it been of an unwary and unsuspecting adult.
- It's terrifying both for pedestrians and also unsuspecting drivers who have to approach at a snail's pace.
- In this fantasy sequence, she is hardly, as the Crown insisted, an innocent, unsuspecting victim.
- If only they didn't create so many blind spots for the unsuspecting motorist.
- Meanwhile this noise pollution continues to fill our ears and empty the pockets of unsuspecting children.
- Every weekend at clubs, pubs and private homes across the city, they burst in on unsuspecting victims.
- Monica cannot bring herself to do this and drives the unsuspecting David to the country to abandon him.
- Another, almost stereotypical, one is to place some poor unsuspecting creature in a maze and see if it finds its way out.
- When they were close enough to the unsuspecting woman, they pounced, knocking her to the ground.
- In fact, the viewer probably ended up feeling like an unsuspecting lady.
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