In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1alertavigilanteatentowe must be vigilant against complacency — debemos guardarnos de darnos fácilmente por satisfechos
- We were warned to be vigilant and wary of those who continue to seek dominance over others.
- I would appeal to people to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour near farms.
- As women we need to remain vigilant and watch how our South African Constitution is put into practice.
- Meanwhile, we can all play our part by remaining vigilant and reporting suspicious behaviour.
- Yes I do agree that parents should be vigilant in what they let their children watch.
- In other words, unions and their members need to continue to be wary and vigilant.
- Of course you should be vigilant with your finances and budget carefully but hoarding money is not the answer.
- London remains on a high state of alert and everyone needs to be vigilant, said Sir John.
- We are also urged to be vigilant for suspicious behaviour, vehicles and packages.
- Also we ask all parishioners to be vigilant and keep a watchful eye on this amenity.
- We must keep alert and vigilant to the future plans of the developers.
- Dog owners should be extremely vigilant and wary of anyone showing an unusual interest in their pet.
- We have to remain ever vigilant and issue extra advice to their offices on the possible risk of an anthrax attack.
- So the entrepreneur is always vigilant for ways of improving product performance and reducing costs.
- He also urged individuals to be vigilant in watching for offenders and to report them to their local councillor.
- As a community we need to be on our guard, and remain vigilant to try to combat this problem.
- We were warned to be vigilant and alert to what the road users around us were doing.
- Continue to go about your day-to-day business in the normal way, but remain alert and vigilant.
- Once again, we appeal to the community to be vigilant and to keep a watchful eye out for the elderly.
- For unless you are vigilant and eagle eyed, you may not spot a fake note at the right time.
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