In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1otoño masculino(weather/day) de otoño(day/weather) otoñalin (the) autumn — en (el) otoño
- in the autumn of his life — en el otoño de su vida
- autumn colors — colores otoñales
- autumn term — primer trimestre
- Only once have I seen out a full summer here, many autumns I have been away, but to date I have missed only two springs.
- Ohio wineries have discovered that their long autumns and late November freezes are ideal.
- One touring show has fallen by the wayside since the autumn season brochures were printed.
- Limit future infections by keeping excess moisture off the foliage in the autumn and winter.
- In consequence the autumn colours are muted, just soft dusty yellows for the most part.
- We will soon have the main autumn leaf fall on top of this, resulting in clogged up drains.
- Colorado has the most lovely summers and autumns.
- As part of this task he travelled to the United States on a fact finding tour in the autumn of 1898.
- In autumn when the leaves lie thick on the ground, these diligent workers sweep up and bag the leaves.
- She said a holiday booked in the autumn of one year might be taken the following autumn.
- He said it was given to her in the autumn of 1997, with a copy kept for the company's files.
- Visit in late summer or autumn, though, and you will see this charming medieval city at its best.
- In the autumn of the following year I was in Dudley town centre, a place I rarely visited.
- At 42, he is in the autumn of his career and cannot quite work out why he keeps winning.
- Romania has hot summers, cool autumns, and cold winters with snow and winds.
- All trials were conducted in the autumn of 1996, and summers and autumns of 1997 and 1998, during the dry season characteristic of the region.
- In the U.K. we will have hotter springs and summers, with warm but extremely wet autumns and winters.
- From the start of the autumn term in September, she will be deputy head teacher at Headlands.
- It will be warmer all year round, with most of the warming taking place in the summer and the autumn.
- Come autumn, the leaf colour warms up, becoming singed with red, a real treat to witness.
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