In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(persona) giftedun músico dotado — a gifted musician
- es una chica muy bien dotada — she's very well-endowed
- un joven muy bien dotado — a very well-endowed / well-hung young man
- dotado de algo
- dotado de gran habilidad artística — endowed / blessed with great artistic ability
- una cocina dotada de todos los adelantos modernos — a kitchen equipped with all the latest appliances
- un nuevo material dotado de gran resistencia al calor — a new material which has excellent heat-resisting properties
2el primer premio está dotado con cien mil euros — the first prize is worth a hundred thousand euros
- un torneo dotado con $60.000 en premios — a tournament worth $60,000 in prize money
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