In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Militar Arquitecturabastionel último baluarte español en América — the last Spanish stronghold in America
- un baluarte inexpugnable — an impregnable fortress
2(de una organización)un baluarte de los valores tradicionales — a bastion of traditional values
- perdieron algunos baluartes como Magdalena y Santander — they lost some of their traditional strongholds like Magdalena and Santander
- es uno de los baluartes del equipo/del partido — he's one of the mainstays of the team/one of the party stalwarts
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