[ætitju:d; (-) 'ætitud]
- First the traditional power elite who have a detached attitude towards the sufferings of the masses similar to the mestizo hacienderos of other former spanish colonies in latin america.
- After years of loose money in financial markets some observers think the mortgage morass could cause investors to rethink their attitude to other forms of credit risk such as high-yield bonds.
- An attitude that was transparently false.
- Your usual promptness in make payment according to term make it difficult to understand your present attitude.
- Display provincial attitudes to the theatre
- Our attitude is therefore to maintain a watching brief over developments on this front.
- This leads to a secretive manner or even an attitude of completely absorbed enjoyment.
- In the school founded by the caliph for the study of divine things sat the devout mullah ibrahim.his hands folded in his lap in an attitude of meditation.
- This attitude seemed to me unduly fussy.
- Practice of vedanta in our individual lives: developing the right mental attitudes.
- Behind the film of obsequiousness was an attitude of vast superiority that always set logan on edge.
- In this process because of the dispute between those countries and especially because of the fact that the united states changed its attitude towards the problem of claiming the war damage to japan in view of its own global interests needs the claim failed.
- Only work is looked as an attitude can it become the sharp-witted protect or of happiness and the lively source of happiness.
- China has consistently adopted a serious-minded attitude towards the management of spending on defence. A complete administrative and regulatory system tightly geared to the principles of strict control strict management and strict supervision has been established and fine tuned.
- Proactive& team-work working attitude.