In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(greatest)mayorsumowith the utmost care — con sumo cuidado
- of the utmost importance — importantísimo
- with the utmost haste/caution — con la mayor celeridad/cautela
- I have the utmost respect for boxers, a breed who put their lives on the line each time they compete.
- Supervising, teaching and sharing of best practices for patient care is of utmost importance.
- I am quite possibly a better man for having known him and, for that, he has my utmost thanks and respect.
- I went in with a lot of admiration for the soldiers and came out with utmost respect.
- Anyone who works in the field has my utmost respect for their bravery.
- Anybody who has performed these tasks in the pursuit of a weekly pay-packet has my utmost sympathy and respect.
- Good children treat their elders with utmost respect and perform chores without complaint.
- They deserve our utmost respect and recognition for simply making the Olympic team.
- "I made my comments with the utmost sincerity, " he said.
- All reports of hate crimes are treated sensitively and with the utmost seriousness.
- Most of the children were taking their participation to the session with utmost seriousness.
- He is a man of the utmost sincerity and the respect he commands within the game is unparalleled.
- The European Union has given utmost importance to human rights in its Constitution.
- The training of our nation to respond to the many threats we face is of utmost importance.
- Of utmost importance to the staff nurse is to know your health care employer's policy.
- The BBC takes its commitment to impartial reporting with the utmost seriousness.
- Agnes approached him with utmost caution, crouching to see his face better.
- His players have the utmost respect for him.
- I feel that whoever holds that office should be treated with the utmost respect.
- It was ascertained that housing needs in the area were of the utmost importance.
2(farthest)(edge/limit) extremoto the utmost ends of the earth — hasta los confines de la tierra
1to the utmost — al máximo
- the utmost in luxury — el no va más en lujo
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