In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- intercaló algunas citas en su discurso — she interspersed her speech with some quotations
- hay que intercalar estos gráficos en el texto — these diagrams have to be inserted into the text
- intercalar algo entre algo — to place sth among sth
- intercaló las servilletas rojas entre las verdes — he placed the red napkins among the green ones
- intercalaban las ilustraciones entre las páginas del libro — they interleaved the plates into the book
- intercalar algo con algo — to alternate sth with sth
- coloca los ramilletes intercalados con las velas — place the bouquets so that they alternate with / are interspersed with the candles
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