In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1calmdespacito y con calma — slowly and calmly
- procura mantener la calma — try to keep calm
- tómatelo con calma — take it easy
- ante todo, no hay que perder la calma — above all, the thing is not to lose your cool
- la calma ha vuelto a la ciudad — the city is calm again
- en la zona se vive una calma tensa — an atmosphere of uneasy calm reigns in the area
- el mar está en calma — the sea is calm
- ¡calma, por favor! — (en discusión acalorada) calm down, please!
- la calma que precede a la tormenta — the lull / calm before the storm
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