In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(staff) falto de formación(staff) falto de capacitación(teacher) sin título(animal) no amaestradoto the untrained eye/ear they look very similar — para un lego en la materia / para (el ojo/oído de) quien no es experto se parecen mucho
- Though beautifully picturesque to the untrained eye, it's also a new breed of high-tech wharf.
- The figures for untrained teachers were compiled by the trade union in the first fortnight in September.
- Obstetric forceps are potentially dangerous in the hands of untrained or inexperienced obstetricians.
- Last March, there was a near riot when unqualified and untrained staff were brought in.
- Women are more likely to be considered incompetent and untrained with firearms.
- We sent in too few troops and those we sent were untrained and inexperienced.
- She looks up to you as her friend, philosopher and guru, because she was an untrained singer and has learnt so much from you.
- In a taste test, untrained observers also rated the organic apples to be the sweetest of the bunch.
- We would have an army of untrained teenagers with not much in the way of skills.
- But he stressed that making sure water was purified or boiled when living off the land was difficult for the untrained.
- There are some strange things in the inspectors' report which my untrained eye can't understand.
- Striking firefighters warned that it would be dangerous for untrained army firefighters to use breathing apparatus.
- These tend to use untrained youngsters in order to save on costs.
- Some are leased for the day to third-party crews that are untrained and often unlicensed.
- This could mean that untrained teachers will be allowed to teach in our schools.
- The youth who is trained and encouraged becomes an asset and an untrained youth remains a liability to the nation.
- Your voice, most likely untrained, should serve as just another whispering instrument.
- Meanwhile, someone untrained in music or drama or whatever can enjoy a performance and take it at face value.
- The first Aboriginal welfare service in Sydney did great work with untrained workers.
- By his own admission, he was too untrained and untalented to utter an on-camera word.
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