In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(to collaborate) dispuesto a colaborar(to help) dispuesto a ayudarshe seems well-disposed toward our request — parece (estar) dispuesta a acceder a nuestra petición
- Because of this, Constantine was even more well-disposed towards the Christians, though he himself was not baptized a Christian until his deathbed.
- This government is extremely well-disposed towards foreigners.
- This functionary, however well disposed to my friend, could not altogether conceal his chagrin at the turn which affairs had taken, and indulged in a sarcasm or two about the propriety of every person minding his own business.
- They are well-disposed toward their subject but detached enough to criticize it.
- They're not there to see me, which makes it all okay, and by now the audiences realize that I will be brief, and that makes them well-disposed to my appearance.
- But Roosevelt was not well disposed towards him.
- If the faculty or students of the institution put together some kind of publication, it is best to send it to people who the organization is fairly certain are well-disposed towards it.
- Many politicians are not well-disposed towards universities.
- By a series of false starts and mistakes and with help from well-disposed friends he makes in the course of his experiences, he finally reaches maturity and finds his proper profession.
- Indeed, there is precious little to suggest he is even well-disposed towards the poor.
- This is an school which you know is well-disposed toward you, as you appeared there to talk about your book only last month, on Aug. 21.
- Under these circumstances a leader who is trusted can make a claim on well-disposed followers whose acquiescence, although intuitive, is not simply gullible.
- No-one of sense can read a Mortimer story without finishing it feeling slightly more well-disposed to their fellow man.
- Asked if so-and-so is a good chap, we tend - if well-disposed towards him - to quote some instance of outrageous kindness.
- Every person needs to be open and sincere, and can be open and sincere only if he is facing a well-disposed listener who treats him as a friend.
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