In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1coloquial(buttocks)trasero masculino coloquialculo masculino vulgar slang coloquial
- Glancing behind me as my backside hit the floor of the boat, I saw the water surface gently bulge and swirl before settling to its normal oily calm.
- It isn't safe unless we get 6,000 people through the door and I want everybody to get off their backsides and get in here.
- ‘I can bear a few more hours of riding, I think,’ Viola replied, but without much conviction and a slow shift of her backside in her seat.
- Sydney gasped loudly when strong arms unexpectedly wrapped about her waist from behind, pressing her backside against a warm body.
- The old woman boasts that they would change their minds if only they got a look at her backside because one buttock, as she has mentioned twice already, is missing.
- ‘My message to the vandals is to leave the people of this area alone and get off your backsides and do something constructive with your lives instead of being continually destructive,’ he added.
- It talks about having more of those people whom police officers call shiny bums: people who sit on their backsides, or police officers who do not staff the patrol cars, walk the beats, or make the arrests.
- They want guys who work their backsides off, who play with passion, and who don't like getting beat.
- We are not wearing provocative necklines, neither short skirts nor are we showing our backsides.
- We are not carrying 30,000 people sitting on their backsides all day.
- The train rattled on and on towards doom as my backside cramped itself on the seat.
- Small, pointed white ears projected from her head and a long flowing white tail protruded from her backside.
- The seats were built for the backsides of the Victorian era, he says.
- She then staggered a few feet, trying to get back to her seat and fell down onto her backside.
- There is a certain idea that you should sit in an enclosed theatre, and feel the seats through your backside as you listen very carefully to the language being enunciated so clearly.
- When the players look at it, okay they've maybe had to work their backsides off but he's won them the game and that makes up for it.
- If he could wangle his backside onto or into a seat he was away!
- Government officials simply need to get off their backsides.
- On the way to lock it in the nightstand, she paused to kiss his cheek and smack his backside.
- He said: ‘They expect us to run round after them if there is some confusion - why can't they get off their backsides and say ‘sorry, I have made a mistake’.’
2EEUU(reverse)parte posterior femenino
- Grasp the plate with your fingers on the backside, straight, and your thumb hooked over the side facing you.
- Cut an inside miter (long point on backside of trim), and cope the resulting profile straight back.
- The distance from the backside to the front angle is easily 200 feet (that's way over 60 meters).
- I come straight into the backside of the school, the side that no authority can watch.
- Then, with four laps to go, he decided that he didn't need my help anymore and attacked going up the hill on the backside of the course.
- Are too many of the top quarterbacks sliding down the backside of the hill with not enough young talent to replace them?
- Is it the front or backside of the Plexi, or the surface of the plywood?
- You will have to climb the hill, of course, but since the backside is gradual, you won't have to worry about downhill spills.
- The two resulting surface forces on front and backside are opposite and tend to stretch the object.
- Standard wallpapers consist of a front and backside made of paper.
- On the east, there are the blank backsides of the residence and conference center and the yawning entrance to the underground parking garage.
- Eighteen horses died inside the barn on the backside of what used to be Riverside Downs.
- Lay them flat, front side up when measuring the front rise, and backside up when measuring the back rise.
- By the end of the fourth mission, Lunar Orbiter probes had surveyed 99 percent of the front and 80 percent of the backside of the Moon.
- By implementing optical servo tracks on the backside of the media, customers use the entire magnetic surface of the media for recording data.
- The viewer was to peer through the hole from the backside of the panel into a mirror, which reversed the image again, reflecting the view in the correct direction.
- He became cautious, as he turned away and positioned his vehicle with the backside facing the other car's rear end.
- As before, surface on the backside, collect your board, and paddle away as if you had just done a perfect duck dive.
- There was an icy tailwind and blowing mist as she, Amy, and Pat began to pick up too much speed descending the long hill down the backside of the Tehachapi pass.
- The blade surface is textured on the backside to enhance two-hand opening.
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