In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(funds/payment) retener(truth) ocultar(assistance/permission/consent) negar(information) no revelar(information) no dar a conocer
- He withholds information (the secret of Karna's birth, for instance) from other characters.
- She denied the government's request to withhold such information for another year.
- Whether a doctor withholds material information or simply ignores a lack of consent, she betrays the patient's trust and thereby undermines his autonomy.
- The advice to withhold the results until that day was reportedly issued in a circular sent out earlier this month, the story said.
- For example, when Ariane withholds personal information from Olivier, he regards that as a much greater violation of trust than anything that she might elect to do in the course of her work.
- Scorpio man is deliberately uncommunicative and withholds information, mainly because it upsets you and allows him to manipulate you.
- Words cannot express how emphatically this film withholds the pleasures of film-going.
- And while Annie inflicts humiliation and degradation and withholds pain relief and food Paul is forced to write a new chapter every day simply to stay alive.
- He said he believed it was the school's legal right to withhold exam results.
- Elliott Abrams later pleaded guilty to withholding information from Congress.
- Martin said he had been inundated with complaints from angry parents after a number of school principals withheld their children's results because they failed to pay last year's school fees.
- Starr refused to withhold the doctor's grim prognosis from Ellard.
- Police also questioned the female guide who led the tourists to the show but she refused to give any information and even withheld her name during the interview.
- He teases the astrophysicists with his advanced technology then withholds the information because he deems us unworthy, then backhandedly compliments our biodiversity.
- As is customary in detective films, the film periodically withholds information, and indeed gives false clues in the form of misleading flashbacks.
- It's gutsy for Shanley to withhold the emotional satisfaction of closure in a drama fueled by such a fraught subject.
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