In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(no matter where)I'm prepared to go anywhere — estoy dispuesto a ir a cualquier sitio / lugar / lado
- where shall I put it? — oh, anywhere — ¿dónde lo pongo? — en cualquier sitio / lugar / lado
- you can sit anywhere you like — te puedes sentar donde quieras
- you can go anywhere you want — puedes ir adonde quieras
- she just flings her clothes down anywhere — tira la ropa por cualquier sitio / lugar / lado / parte
- its value is anywhere between $75 and $100 — su valor oscila entre los 75 y los 100 dólares
- It would be anywhere from four to six months or longer before we would be back in our homes.
- These milkmen supply anywhere between ten and thirty litres a day to households.
- Depending on who you spoke with, the death toll ranged anywhere from two to ten.
- But from then on, the length before the case comes to trial can be anywhere from six months to years.
- Within the bounds of goat's milk there are so many flavours, ranging anywhere from sweet and tangy to just plain stinky.
- It is a technical matter, which may take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to settle, he explained.
- The entire play is a lengthy affair and may sometimes take anywhere from a few days to a number of weeks for completion.
- You can spend anywhere from a couple of hours to the entire day enjoying the Cades Cove loop.
- Today, their number is estimated to be anywhere from 200,000 to more than half a million.
- The Amundsen will stay at each stop anywhere from one to three days, depending on the size of the community.
- These can be anywhere from eight to 30 years old and are generally consumed straight.
- Food banks at these universities are open anywhere from two to 40 hours per week.
- They can be anywhere from too small to be seen with the naked eye to as big as the chips thrown out by a chainsaw.
- I'd put their ages at eight and ten, although they could have been anywhere from four to thirty-seven.
- Along the route the rocks range anywhere from gumball size to golf ball size and larger.
- No personal belongings were found on the body which had been in the river for anywhere between three and 12 months.
- Foulds also said the delays could take anywhere from three to four weeks to straighten out.
- At the right price, they agree to have a corporate logo tattooed on to their skin for anywhere between a few days and several years.
- With recorded information the point of consumption can be anywhere from seconds to millennia ahead.
- Estimates on when further action may start up range anywhere from three to nine months.
2(in, to any unspecified place)have you seen my book anywhere? — ¿has visto mi libro por alguna parte / por algún lado?
- it isn't anywhere in the office — en la oficina no está
- we never go anywhere together — nunca vamos juntos a ningún lado / sitio
- This was as good a goal as you would see anywhere this year and is definitely a candidate for the goal of the season accolade.
- You travel anywhere else in the world, and you'll find real weather.
- Larry, we have the safest food supply anywhere in the world, but there are some gaps in it.
- It is the biggest cash grant for surgeries anywhere outside London.
- Matthews will still be able to drink in pubs, but will breach the order if he is caught boozing in public anywhere in England or Wales.
- Is it childish for me to refuse to imagine life anywhere else when I haven't tried it yet?
- The simplicity of the design allows for quick and easy set up anywhere around town where concrete exists.
- The service is provided anywhere in Ireland for the price of a local call.
- You can go to Spain or anywhere else in Europe and smoke by the bar or while sitting in a pub, or even go into a shop and smoke.
- The bag can then be placed anywhere where space is limited, such as with a concrete or paved backyard, patio, or balcony.
- They offer volume and student discounts and will send mail orders anywhere.
- Once you've got your message written, you can fire it off to anywhere in the world for 22 cents.
- Mr Ings said he believed the gang stole the cigarettes because they are a high-value product that can be sold anywhere.
- With all the various airlines operating from the airport it is easy and convenient to travel anywhere.
- This place is home, if anywhere is, and I love it with a deep passion.
- Violence of any type by anyone and anywhere should be vehemently condemned.
- It could be set anywhere in the world as it is about the conflict between man and the environment and about man versus man.
- We see national glory in State of Art installations, to match the best anywhere in the world.
- He knows what frightens us most is that the next attack could be anywhere, anytime.
- The White Ribbon Campaign stands for peace anywhere, everywhere, and in any form.
1is there anywhere that sells oysters? — ¿hay algún sitio / lugar donde vendan ostras?
- there isn't anywhere open at this time — a estas horas no hay nada / no hay ningún lugar / sitio abierto
- she hasn't anywhere to stay — no tiene donde quedarse
- Is there anywhere we can go that God doesnt see?
- I didn't have anywhere to go.
- Is there anywhere I can buy a Mountain Bike online?
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