In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The child becomes withdrawn or aggressive, a major swing from what they were previously.
- Wilner saw him changed by the hunger strike from a happy, outgoing, strongly pro-American young man to a withdrawn, cadaverous, weak figure.
- While he was there she died and after that he became very withdrawn.
- Conall had become more withdrawn and distant, and she had been at school for nine years.
- He also says that the Claimant became withdrawn and anti-social.
- Like children with autism, as the monkeys grew, they became increasingly withdrawn and avoided social contact.
- She was quiet and withdrawn from a lot of people.
- Patients described as upbeat and sociable or strong and courageous were more likely to be admitted than patients described as sad and withdrawn or anxious and discouraged.
- He remained quiet and seemed withdrawn into his shell.
- My selfish desires had led me into betraying this withdrawn and deeply religious family.
- While his peers were busy making mischief and thinking about the opposite sex, he became withdrawn.
- "He just got more and more withdrawn, " says Seaton.
- He's become so withdrawn and distant that he feels like a stranger.
- When we went back to the barn the reticent band of withdrawn British people had become excited and chatty.
- He became extremely withdrawn and after working with computers all day would spend his nights alone with the one he had at home.
- He was a normal child, if rather withdrawn, who, from his early teens, was powerfully attracted to orthodox Islam.
- Still, the closeted personality of the man was a direct outgrowth of the withdrawn boy.
- At times she became profoundly withdrawn and totally uncommunicative; at other times she was wildly excited, violent, and destructive.
- Neglected children may be very withdrawn or very aggressive, and can develop health problems or have difficulty coping in school.
- If he lost or played badly, he would become so withdrawn and quiet that his parents worried a great deal about him.
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