In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bahía femeninothe Bay of Biscay — el golfo de Vizcaya
- For the past three days the biplanes have been coming and going from a local airstrip, offering an aviation equivalent of a trip round the bay.
- It was a gorgeous view from the top of the cliff, looking down on the houses that sat all around the curve of the bay.
- In winter, Common Loons can commonly be found on marine bays and inlets along the coast.
- It was an amazing panorama over Hobart, the Derwent Valley and all the inlets, bays and coves that meet the Southern Ocean.
- Adults return to inlets adjacent to bays and estuaries for spawning, and eggs are swept into nursery habitats presumably by tidal action.
- Byron has had some good tuna being landed as the bay is holding some healthy schools of baitfish.
- The bay is beautiful - long and curving - and has thousands of Palmyra palm trees.
- Pristine white beaches with beautiful bays are within easy reach, and although rooms are hard to come by in high summer, it is possible to camp on the dunes without incident.
- Since colonial times, much of the land surrounding the bay has been used for agriculture.
- Although well situated, not all of the land around the bay could be developed easily.
- It was imperative to get into the sheltered bays near to the mountains as soon as possible where we might find some respite from the impending storm, so we pressed on relentlessly for another hour or so.
- There are view benches for the loveliest and longest curve of the bay.
- Oysters, clams and other shellfish thrive in bays and inlets, as do many species of crabs and fish.
- In winter, they are found in woodland ponds and swamps, as well as coastal estuaries, bays, and inlets.
- Standing a moment longer on the shore he watches the dinghy, until it tacks out of sight on the far side of the broad bay, heading for harbour.
- In the east, in complete contrast, there is a dramatic and wildly beautiful rocky coastline broken by a multitude of bays, inlets and sea lochs.
- Melbourne lies against an inlet bay facing the Bass Strait, and beyond the Strait lurks the icy Antarctic Ocean.
- Many of the bays and inlets are simply beautiful and consist of rock or sand, sometimes dropping away dramatically into 50 feet of water, at other times sloping gently in to shallows of just a few feet.
- As Trevor said this, they passed over the mountains, showing a bay with a large city surrounding it.
- Every evening, young lovers meet on the Malecón, a long promenade that curves round the bay.
- This is a huge advantage of fishing the Baltic: there are so many bays and inlets and fjords that many, many of them have never seen an angler in recent history.
- For the next 18 months not a single ship landed cargo in the bay.
- Now its weathered walls contrast with white window frames; the old front door discovered beneath the iron again opens to the hills and bays below.
- The Paceville district (pronounced ‘Patchyville’), where she will stay, lies on a hill between two bays.
also bay tree
- Pour in the white wine (there'll be five glasses left, after all) and add the bay, thyme and parsley stalks.
- The bay was the laurel with which poets and victorious warriors and athletes were crowned in classical times.
- Apart from funding, there are problems to overcome that are in common with many city gardens: the site is on Commercial Street, a busy road, so the plants - especially the yew, box and bay trees - have been chosen to withstand pollution.
- Cut back overgrown specimens of spotted laurel, bay, box, fatsia, skimmia and evergreen cotoneaster.
- He concluded that, ‘Civilization is a fine thing, and it may spread itself like a green bay tree in the cities, and lordly mansions of the millionaires, with al!’
- Put the remaining giblets into a saucepan with a thyme sprig, bay, sage, star anise, half the onion and 1 clove garlic.
- Leaves on the sweet bay and bigleaf (M. macrophylla) have silvery undersides that shimmer in the wind.
- He also grows grapes, tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, squash, sage, thyme, rosemary and bay.
- For something a little bit different you could go for a bay with its ball of leaves sitting atop a trunk trained into a spiral - but be prepared to pay for the novelty.
- It's great combined with bay, garlic, onion, thyme and basil.
- Anyone that has a sunny patch of ground or a window-box can grow these herbs of parsley, garlic, basil, bay laurel and oregano.
- Put a slice of garlic, some basil, thyme and bay in each cavity.
- Add the bay, thyme, rosemary, garlic, orange zest, cinnamon and a splash of dry sherry.
- This is mainly in lawn, with a raised flowerbed, two apple trees, a pear tree and a bay tree.
- Among the others are tanoaks, California black oaks, Shreve's oaks, madrones, rhododendrons, manzanita, big leaf maples and bay laurels.
- Try it with basil, bay, garlic, thyme, and even oregano to add depth and a subtle perfume to your foods.
- On an outside window sill, basil, thyme, bay, chervil, sage, chives and marjoram will grow happily in a pot.
- Yes, the station had a perfectly charming garden including a herbaceous border, rose beds, lupins and mop-headed bay trees in green tubs.
- The flavor of the bay infuses the potatoes - it's a perfect accompaniment to fish or poultry.
- The experiment (conducted May - June 2000) tested whole and torn leaves from 10 bay trees, 10 oak trees, and 10 toyon trees at our research site.
1loading baymuelle de carga masculinoplataforma de carga femenino
- The new plans involve the first fully automated driving range in the town with 20 bays and an impressive range with 11 target greens and a short game academy.
- This means more vehicles through the service bay and more profit for the dealer.
- After systems are up and ready, Pioneer is pulled out of its hangar bay by a vehicle adjacent to the runway for startups.
- They had found the vehicle bay in what had been the bus area.
- ‘I have found to my disgust able bodied drivers who seem to think it alright to park in these special bays,’ he said.
- Most of the street's parking bays have been allocated to stores.
- They handed me my standard issue hospital togs, bringing memories of wisdom teeth and tonsils flooding back, and wheeled me to a pre-op holding bay.
- The number of baggage carousels has been reduced by one, despite the fact that aircraft bays have increased by 10.
- Ideally I would like to see the existing wall moved back to allow room to provide a safe parking bay along this area.
- Kate's office was empty, but asking Jamie at the command station yielded the news that Kate had been last seen headed to the vehicle bays.
- The two headed out to the vehicle bays and checked out a cruiser, then headed out on the road.
- There is also a short-term parking bay outside Blockbusters (marked yellow on the plan).
- Each brand will get two bays at the driving range so interested golfers can try out all the latest models and perhaps get some needed advice.
- Bradford Council has since said it would only implement the parking bay scheme if residents felt it was the only solution to all-day parking in residential streets.
- The proposals would have created eight new workshop bays and 30 extra parking spaces.
- Demarcation of bus bays should be done and haphazard parking by the vehicles should be checked by enforcing laws.
- It pulled into a parking bay and the engine jolted before becoming silent.
- It now has twelve shooting bays on a well-kept range with regular target shooting taking place under lights on Monday and Wednesday nights as well as daylight target shooting.
- They use a hand-held computer to register the number of a vehicle and its location in the parking bay so it can be checked if it has been moved.
- The removing of the bus bay is a victory for people power as residents had handed in more than 160 signatures to Lambeth Council protesting against the scheme.
2(for buses)zona femenino América Latinadársena femenino España
3Arquitecturafemenino salientefemenino crujía
- The portico is centered on the main body of the house, which was originally seven bays wide and six bays deep.
- On three floors, a curving stone staircase leads from the hall to the first floor where the principal bedroom has an elegant bay of arched sash windows.
- He also discovered original pine boxed sash shutters in the window bays.
- Work proceeded in 90-ft-square bays using a temporary vertical column rising from each of the tree column pedestals.
- The latter, separated from the former by a solid wall, consists of five bays.
- Originally the paved part of the terrace was smaller and was flanked by two areas of lawn, mirroring the articulation of the window bays above.
- Its window bays were small and separated by brick columns that gave them a stately appearance.
- Windows wrap around the bays, flooding in light and, as glass was still expensive, proclaiming his wealth.
- One of my earliest memories is looking down through a bay of picture windows at the Tillamook factory and watching milk curdle on the way to becoming cheese.
- This bedroom has both a bay and velux window and could suit a variety of uses such as a den or games room.
- No, window walls are not bays or picture windows.
- This great anonimo's work is confined to the upper walls of the first two bays from the façade and the vault of the first bay.
- The new tower, north transept extension, chapel and cloister bays are all built of cut stone laid with lime over solid brickwork.
- Each window projects as a bay, with a base low enough to sit on and wide enough to serve as a generous shelf for flowers and cards.
- Rebuilding after a fire began in the 1220s at the east end; the main transepts and the first bay of the nave were up by 1260.
- Its window wall of five front bays and two side bays provides a stunning effect of light and a panoramic view to the southeast.
4(area, recess)espacio masculino
1(horse/pony) zaino(pony/horse) castaño
- At that moment, a rider on a spotted dark bay horse came out from the city.
- Trained by Brian Meehan, the bay colt has won two of ten career starts and has earned $65,639 for owner Joe Allbritton.
- The bay filly scored her first career win on August 27 at Newmarket after finishing second in her career debut on August 14.
- John Storer purchased the bay filly from consignor Anderson Farms, agent.
- Ridden by Christophe Lemaire, the bay filly stalked the leading pair, Titian Time and Fraloga.
- She was thrilled with the bay gelding's performance, especially how easily he made the time.
- The bay colt returned to training last winter, but he missed the Triple Crown races due to recurring physical problems.
- Solomon is a 16-year-old bay gelding with whom she would trust her life.
- The bay filly, bred in Kentucky by Maverick Production, snapped a five-race losing stretch with the triumph.
- And Miller has a hand in every aspect of the bay gelding's life.
- Before the steps a Dane held the bridle of Sidroc's bay stallion.
- This is not equine racism, just the obvious conclusion that the brown, black and bay horses are in the vast majority, and can always gang up on a grey, especially when I have bet on it.
- Dry Creek Stables purchased the bay filly for $31,000 from consignor Cashel Stud, agent.
- The bay colt has collected six wins in ten career starts.
- Consigned by Cottage Stables, the bay colt will be sent to the United States to the stable of California trainer Jim Cassidy.
- When it is said that this bay colt, recently bought by the businessman Michael Tabor, is the apple of his trainer's eye, the words are much more than the usual conjecture.
- She even went for one little black mare with a bay foal at her side, but was finally outbid at $6,000.
- The bay filly has five wins from nine starts and has earned $381,080.
- Nicola was on a gray mare, Landon rode a black horse, and Michael sat astride the same bay gelding that had headbutted him.
- The bay gelding was previously conditioned by Norman Miller III.
1(horse, pony)caballo zaino masculinocaballo castaño masculino
- The soldiers ride bays or chestnuts and use United States Army regulation saddles, saddlecloths, halters, bridles, and curb bits.
- Pletcher said the big bay battled for as long as he could before developing laminitis, leading to his euthanasia.
- The famous bay now heads for a life of retirement at the age of 17.
- Elza hopped off the bay's back and hitched the two horses to the nearest tree.
- After landing in Japan, the seven-year-old bay was transported by van to Shiroi Quarantine Facility.
- Three horses, one white, one gray and a bay, are limping down St. Claude Street.
- Only bays, chestnuts, or sorrels are accepted into the unit and that's only if they pass the training, vet, and farrier evaluations.
- The stable hand saddled a bay for me; she was beautiful and well behaved.
- After quickly saddling and bridling Fleet, he grabbed the bay's reins and pulled the reluctant gelding outside into the pouring rain.
- It was a bay, with a liver chestnut body and gleaming black legs.
- I went by the stables and pet Hildi, my horse; she was a golden bay.
- Like any event where you get a mixture of breeds, there were paints, sorrels, bays and palominos… almost anything you could want!
- The handsome bay had a lot of brilliance, but a times lost his focus, including skipping into the canter in his first medium trot.
- The dark bay looked a hair stiff at times, and missed one of his changes, but was smooth and accurate throughout.
- The bay gave a soft whinny and the Prince couldn't help but feel as if he was being laughed at.
1(bark)(hounds) aullarto bay at the moon — aullarle a la luna
- A little man with splendid white hair imitated a cur baying at the moon.
- Knowing that she was still in danger if she remained here, I lifted her tenderly and took flight, dogs baying at our heels as I loped along darkened paths.
- The police dogs are baying to be released as the newly arrived officers are gathered in for the briefing.
- The mens' horns sounded in triumph, and the master of hounds set his dogs baying.
- She heard a wolf baying at the moon, and another wolf answering.
- On a winter's night in the deserts of northern Mexico one might expect to hear the chilling cries of coyotes or solitary wolf baying at the moon.
- Sounds were magnified a thousand fold so that the cats fight sounded like a full out war and the hounds baying at the moon sounded like fog horns on the steam ships.
- The dogs of the SWAT team were baying furiously, eager to be let loose at their victim.
- Quickly the pack of hounds caught a scent, and hurried to the chase, baying so loudly that the rocks and cliffs rang.
- Sara was at the door; she let out the dog, who came leaping and prancing down the walk baying hello.
- They hadn't gone more than another half click before they heard dogs baying in the distance.
2(make demands)newspapers were baying for the arrest of those responsible — la prensa clamaba por que se detuviera a los responsables
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