In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1indiferentedespreocupadounworried by sth — indiferente a / sin preocuparse por algo
- Both have solemnly declared on our unsolicited behalf that we, the public, remain at ease and unworried when burglars receive non custodial sentences community service, even for a second offence.
- Besides, if he is so unworried about terrorism, why is he backing the candidate who claims it wouldn't have happened on his watch?
- So far, discount carriers seem unworried about a slimmer Delta.
- However, the general secretary of the Headteachers Association of Scotland said he was unworried by the minister's intervention.
- But such is the turnaround in transport thinking over the last 30 years, that even the Road Haulage Association is unworried by the development.
- New tenants moved in a few years ago but they are said to be unworried about the house's spooky past.
- The population in general seemed unworried by HIV, and offers by western institutions to help with money and know-how were not always taken up.
- To say he seems unworried would be an understatement.
- To the first group, I appreciate the concern, but remain unworried.
- In the light of recent rezoning decisions, the IPI said some councillors seemed unworried by the prospect of public shame or the threat of legal action.
- Southall, which boasts the first British pub to accept payment in rupees, is unworried.
- He said he considered the Irish market attractive and was unworried by the prospect of Bank of Scotland's entry to the retail market here later this year.
- I can't say I know how this will turn out, I can't say I'm unaware of or unworried about the likely emotional turmoil that lies ahead.
- The ground was good when he ran at Haydock but he said he was unworried by what the going might be at Newbury.
- Surely I'm not the only one to be unworried by the eclectic content of this thread?
- She, who concedes that at this stage of her career she is in the privileged position of not needing to make records for the money, says she is unworried.
- A recent survey showed that half of Italians are unworried by the changeover.
- He told reporters that Taiwan is unworried about the military drills ‘as long as they don't spill into an accident conflict.’
- The bus driver looked away from her, trying to look like he was unworried.
- But he, who is aiming to clinch his second Vuelta victory in three years, says he is unworried.
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