In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1queridoamadobienamado literary(place) querido
- In 1995, it cost £1 to sequence the DNA of Caenorhabditis elegans, a worm beloved of molecular biologists.
- Fitzgerald is perhaps the most beloved of the celebrated early - 20 th-century literary boozehounds.
- It is one of those what if questions so beloved of producers of popular history series for prime-time TV.
- Though Yun and Yu have passed away, their works in music and literature are beloved by many people not only in Korea, but also throughout the world.
- She was much beloved of many here, although unionists had many problems with her irreverence and perceived sympathy for Irish nationalism.
- They wanted to put aside one of the most beloved of British traditions for one day to show respect.
- Walking into its corridors, between the towering whiteness, has the effect, so beloved of the Romantics, of making you feel microcosmic.
- Antik Batik, the French label beloved of the fashion cognoscenti, constantly produces fabulous flowing robes in dazzling colours.
- Many are being converted into offices and workshops for small or medium-sized enterprises so beloved of this government, and it's predecessors.
- He was a man of independent thought who formed his own opinions and was not a man to be swayed by the suave takers so beloved of some television shows.
- From the outset, we get the kind of writing beloved of a certain kind of creative writing teacher: the kind you can pluck out and quote admiringly.
- It is in America that the gridiron streetplan beloved of countless utopians has had its most rampant expression.
- With their high standards and empathetic members, the unit was beloved by the populace of the Republic.
- He was beloved by the Palestinians, all flaws included, because he created their identity and nationality out of what had previously been simply a horde of unwanted refugees.
- Ike entered office as a military hero, beloved by many Americans.
- Young and old, British and foreign, - all were anxious to say goodbye to the lady who was perhaps the most beloved of all the royals.
- Across Ireland, those searching for a pint in the quaint Irish bars beloved of the tourist brochures are having to look harder and harder for the genuine article.
- Forte is a very popular figure in city government, seemingly beloved by every local politician in sight.
- Toast with toppings became very popular as ‘savoury toast’, beloved of the Victorians and Edwardians.
- Whether the whole world accepts or rejects Apple Daily's conduct on moral and ethical grounds, that newspaper is certainly beloved by its many readers.
2beloved by / of sb
- a man beloved by all — un hombre querido de / por todos
- a spot beloved of photographers — un lugar que los fotógrafos adoran
1amado masculine literaryamada feminine literarybienamado masculine literarybienamada feminine literary(as form of address) querido (mío) dated humorous(as form of address) querida (mía) dated humorousdearly beloved — amados / caros hermanos
- She sang about a Mongolian girl who is deeply in love and can see her beloved wherever she goes.
- Lying in his arms lifeless is his beloved, his very own, no longer a part of the living world.
- In the process, she lost her beloved as well as her freedom, and embraced Buddhism.
- Yes, thought Alicia, glancing at her twin and his beloved, America would be good for them.
- Krista sat in the front and Emid held the rains in one hand and his beloved firmly in the other.
- After three long years had passed Alban finally decided he would go himself and learn the fate of his beloved.
- When you are in love but still single, some effort has to be made to create an impression on your beloved.
- She sat with his head cradled in her lap and admired the perfect features of her beloved.
- The beloved will never grow tired and grumpy, unresponsive and older, but will always be perfect.
- He was going to be trapped in his prison for the rest of eternity, and would never see his beloved again.
- My dearly beloved has always driven whatever car he craved at the time.
- My beloved can have a strange and rather robust sense of fun sometimes.
- Brass candle stands can be perfect if you were to feast your beloved with a candle light dinner.
- The one time we did go away, we went to a small town in the nearby county of Suffolk, to visit my beloved's family.
- Just this last class and he was free to go for the day, free to go home to his beloved.
- He was just waiting for that wonderful chance to go over to England and claim his beloved.
- I stood in the middle of the reception hall, and, wrapped up by my beloved, I sobbed.
- Every Saturday, Zhu would pick up his beloved at the drill base and accompany her home.
- I sat at my desk, head pounding and nose running, until I knew my beloved was on his way back from his meeting.
- He was angry that this random demon was trying to get in the way of him and his beloved.
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