In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(ciudades) to link(ciudades) to link up(temas/ideas) to link(ideas/temas) to connectcaminaban con las manos enlazadas — they walked along hand in hand
- enlazar algo con algo — to link sth with /to sth
1.2(cintas) to tie … together
2Río de la Plata, Colombia(caballo/res) to lasso(res/caballo) to rope EEUU
3México formal(casar)to marry
1enlazar con algo — to link up with sth
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