In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(water/food) no contaminado(reputation) sin mancha(reputation) sin tacha(reputation) intachable(reputation) intacto(beauty) perfectohe remained untainted by the atmosphere of greed — no se dejó corromper por la codicia que lo rodeaba
- We are independent patriots, unaffiliated with anyone, untainted by any political history.
- At one time this had an international reputation for accurate reporting, and it was virtually the only source of untainted news for the citizens of many countries.
- When people think of psychedelic music and prog rock, they think of them as taking you someplace that is cosmic and untainted by anything bad.
- A Canterbury Tale is a different kind of war story, one that tries to trace backwards to a time untainted by large-scale human bloodshed.
- Other early adopters of the company's produce include black South Africans, who like the fact that the drinks are untainted by any past associations.
- They were all vigorous leaders, relatively untainted by corruption.
- He is seen as a man driven by principle, willing to stand up for what he believes in, and untainted by the compromises of everyday politics.
- His Honour saw that if conduct is not unprofessional, the practitioner is entitled to an untainted reputation.
- To tourists untainted with even the most superficial knowledge of history, Tuscany lives up magnificently to the hype.
- This busy town-centre cafe is the place for shoppers to catch a bite, and a hang-out for coffee drinkers in a place as yet untainted by the multinational chains.
- We have become accustomed to regarding the romantic child as an image of unspoiled, untainted perfection.
- It was all rather hermetic, as though this were some exhibit of a remote island people, untainted by contact with any other culture.
- While he likes to point out that they are untainted by America's recent record, he makes no secret of the need to complement them with experience.
- Given how many unsavoury boxers populate the world of boxing, it was great to have a world champion untainted by any scandal - and British to boot.
- I've managed to remain almost untainted by reality TV shows in fact.
- Other younger, untainted politicians may emerge.
- He was appointed partly because he was most associated with the previous Conservative government, and therefore untainted by new Labour.
- He was young, untainted by failure and bold wielding the willow.
- He still has a Quaker-like faith that if only people could hear the truth, untainted by spin, untrivialised by the media, they would begin to see the light.
- The public expectation was that a new Scottish Parliament would be untainted by this freeloading culture and would result in a new era of respect for the public purse.
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