In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(visit) inoportuno(guest) inoportuno(guest) poco grato(news) desagradable(news) poco grato(suggestion) inoportuno(suggestion) fuera de lugarwe were made to feel unwelcome — nos hicieron sentir que estábamos de más
- this extra cash is not unwelcome — este dinero extra no nos vendrá mal
- The assault on Mr Wilson happened when Foster thought the man had made unwelcome advances to his girlfriend.
- A christening was rudely interrupted when some unwelcome guests turned up at the car park of a Hampshire church.
- Even so, Microsoft has received some unwelcome attention for its pricing policies.
- This gives children protection against unwelcome intrusions into their privacy by the parents.
- There's a disturbing pattern of exploitation here, which is unwelcome in a Member of Parliament.
- This may be the most unwelcome advice Labor has received from a Kerr in thirty years but the party would be foolish to ignore it.
- Yet many women know very little about this unpleasant and unwelcome condition.
- Beware of an unwelcome visitor or admirer who may take advantage of you.
- I have been limiting myself to a slice a week to prevent any unwelcome changes in waist-size.
- As an added bonus, he appears as an unwelcome guest who knows too much about Rick's past.
- In part it is excitement or maybe rushing or just unfamiliarity, but it opens the way for unwelcome guests.
- A Wardle company became home to some unwelcome guests over the weekend.
- The entire town comes out from the party to greet the unwelcome visitor.
- Today, for no good reason, I had a fit of the regrets, completely unjustified and totally unwelcome.
- The change in tone is unwelcome and does much to undermine many of the virtuoso moments that have come before.
- Higher fuel prices can cause unwelcome rises in inflation, restrict economic growth and are unpopular with voters.
- This has been my home for the past two years and now this unwelcome visitor seems set to spoil it.
- The European Council is, in the words of Westlake, no longer an unwelcome guest but a valued colleague.
- We had come in at a romantically charged moment, so our intrusion was especially unwelcome.
- Yet I approach this New Year's Eve with trepidation, for it will bring an unwelcome change.
- They have spent half a century in refugee camps, as Lebanon's unwelcome guests, and long to cross the border and return home.
- Landowners had said the unwelcome visitors would be told to go from the former Airtours site in Helmshore at the end of last week.
- It is difficult to put into words, but it is rather like the disappearance of a permanent unwelcome guest.
- He still was an unwelcome visitor, no matter how much we talked or for how long.
- When they also did not report back in a timely manner, he knew the First Chair had an unwelcome visitor.
- An earlier hearing attracted unwelcome attention from both broadsheet and tabloid media.
- I have in the intervening years had my tablets changed a few times, although I never suffered any unwelcome symptoms.
- Then, as he finally readied himself on Tuesday morning to meet the Queen, he was greeted by some decidedly unwelcome news.
- Latin America has suffered the unwelcome attentions of these institutions particularly acutely.
- It was felt as if we were unwelcome guests in someone else's house, who wasn't really happy with us being there.
- It was an unwelcome diversion that ultimately changed the rest of his life.
- The sense of being unwelcome to the Kosciusko National Park was strong.
- This may be a sign from various tutelary deities that we are unwelcome here.
- Victor was secondary, he wasn't family and had started out as an unwelcome house guest.
- Teachers can ask children to talk about what makes them feel unsafe or unwelcome in school.
- At the University of Michigan he had to fight off the unwelcome attentions of Drew to win the starting quarterback's job.
- I was about to ask Fred about when we were going to eat when a very unwelcome visitor arrived at our table.
- To tell someone they are unwelcome is unpleasant and potentially hurtful and not something I would often do.
- A woman traveling alone through the countryside may receive unwelcome attention from men.
- However, there is one unwelcome aspect that spring features that we get earlier as well.
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