In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(typically American)(boy/girl) típicamente americanohe's an all-American athlete — es un atleta de clase internacional
- In the spirit of that musical idiom, her stage persona is an innocent, all-American ingénue, newly arrived in Paris and hungry to swallow Paris whole.
- Tall and outgoing, he comes with curly hair, a fondness for motorcycles, and a no-frills, all-American manner, a quality you see in his dancing.
- They debuted Harry's Bar & American Grill in Los Angeles, the all-American themed MacArthur Park and a couple of new wave, authentic Italian trattorias, Prego and Ciao.
- That flinty, Yankee determination is an all-American trait more authentic than all the faux folksiness and phony posturing that two-faced cowpoke from Kennebunkport could ever hope to conjure.
- But going back also to our all-so American optimism, it's all-American to behave as optimistically as circumstances warrant.
- One is fresh and naive, the all-American type of character which Lynch uses in lots of his work.
- This is just good old-fashioned all-American supply and demand.
- The manly combo's enough to make you pull your pickup into TG's 11-space lot, put it in park and belly up to the counter for some all-American red, white or other white meat.
- It was the only sour note in an otherwise blissful campaign visit that provided him with the ideal all-American backdrop to answer the latest attack on his presidential credibility.
- The book tells the great, all-American story of a second generation American who lived out his wildest adolescent professional dreams.
- But wait - isn't she the wholesome all-American balladeer who sings the songs that couples dance to at wedding receptions around the world?
- With its sloped windshield and a wheelbase short enough to fit inside the cargo space of a Chevy Suburban, the tiny urban transport vehicles are the antithesis of the all-American gas-guzzler.
- While the company may upset parents with their risque ads and catalog, they still consider it to be a quality brand with an all-American style.
- But above and beyond these tensions, there was usually a powerful sense of all-American values which held US society together as a coherent and dynamic whole.
- Probably best remembered for Poltergeist and the television series Coach, Craig T Nelson would not consider himself an A-list star but his gruff, masculine, all-American tones are just right for the character.
- The most successful all-American car in the UK market in the past 50 years - and probably the most successful since the Model T Ford - has been a 4x4 off-roader.
- In fact, no matter what happens, there seems to be an all-American ending in store: his lawyer said he's working on a book deal, and that a movie will soon follow.
- But I was struggling to eat it all, and my son was only able to manage a fraction of his half-pound all-American burger, served with bacon and melted cheese in a bap garnished by mayonnaise, lettuce and beef tomato, good as it tasted.
- Little wonder, then, that while studying drama at Washington Lee High, in Arlington, Virginia, the all-American girl-next-door dated a wrestler and was also one of the school's most popular cheerleaders.
- The acting compliments the film in its entirety, while the plain camera angles, simple costumes and the Sinatra-Garland soundtrack provide that all-American feel-good film that many of us love to hate.
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- This star player was an all-American in high school and college, making Rookie of the Year in 2002 and becoming the only player in the league to lead her team in points, rebounds and assists.
- To have a precise total of how many all-Americans we have had would be difficult - that number would have to be pretty close to 100.
- And what's so interesting about her career is, she had a reputation as being an all-American.
- ‘For the Clan to be successful this season our freshmen will have to step up and fill the shoes of our outgoing all-Americans,’ said Renney.
- The University of Tampa is known for its swimming program and produces more all-Americans from that program than any other.
- Rebecca Johnstone, Meredith MacGregor, Justin Boulin, and Leah Belanger joined them in the ranks of all-Americans.
- Because of injuries the Clan may be without the all-Americans.
- Dave had motored to the final with straight-set wins over John Musto and Richard Chin, the No. 1 players and four-time first-team all-Americans in the Class of '91 at Yale and Cornell respectively.
- We have two returning all-American pitchers; they're both second team all-Americans.
- Gone from the team are all-Americans Auburn Sigurdson, Shannon Rossiter, and Erin Cumpstone.
- Most notable is Tony Churchill, another national team member and all-American, who ‘is taking a rest from wrestling and will decide in January whether he will continue in the sport,’ stated Jones.
- At midfield, Downey must deal with the graduation of Harry Binning and the loss of two USLIA all-Americans.
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