In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(for woman)sombrero masculino
- Pioneer women wore bonnets and gloves to keep their skin white while plowing the fields.
- One was for prominent Bollywood directors, the other was for the Jane Austen society who turned up to the screening in Bath dressed in bonnets and top hats.
- Her curly blonde hair was pulled into a tight bun atop her head, and she was wearing a white bonnet that matched her black maids' frock and white apron.
- It was a straw bonnet with light blue lace ribbon around it.
- They often looked quite picturesque, the womenfolk in their bonnets and the men folk in their straw hats.
- She was a beautiful woman, her skin was fair and pale and her chestnut brown hair was soft a silky in the sun when she took her bonnet off.
- Large turquoise bonnets with tiny birds around the brim.
- They left after Geneva found her bonnet and tied the strings under her chin perfectly, and they both put on their coats.
- Marietta slowly wrapped her light shawl around her shoulders, then tied on her bonnet, taking one last glance at Nathan.
- To heighten the tension, the Amish group is dressed in traditional attire that includes bonnets and suspenders.
- They had decided to revert to the old-style button-up tunics and bonnets.
- Men often dressed in baggy black pants and wide-brimmed hats, while women wore voluminous black dresses, embroidered bodices, and lace bonnets.
- She had many bonnets, but the new style was a small hat that did nothing to shade the sun from your eyes but tied underneath your chin with beautiful silk strings.
- A plump woman in a black dress with a white bonnet and apron had come out of the parlor, a feather duster in her hand.
- From inside his coat he produced her bonnet, battered and dirty.
- I began tying the bonnet ribbon under my chin as I made my way to her.
- Straw boaters, summer bonnets and picnic baskets will be the order of the day although limited refreshments will be provided at the venue.
- Dresses irked him, let alone such things as bonnets, gloves, and parasols.
- Women's costumes in Normandy include white, flared bonnets and dresses with wide, elbow-length sleeves.
- Easter is next week and that means little kids in cute dresses and bonnets, not down jackets and knit caps.
1.2(for baby)gorrito masculinogorrita femenino Cono Sur
1.3(Scottish beret)gorra escocesa femenino
- He is depicted clothed in this painting, wearing a feathered bonnet, and again confronts the viewer directly.
- After fierce fighting the Mahratta front line on the British left was broken by the 78th Highlanders, majestic giants in kilts and feathered bonnets.
- As he walks up the final fairway, waving a new tartan bonnet, the crowd rise in tribute to a great champion.
- Gurkhas and Scots Highlanders have always had a close mutual affinity and the Gurkha bagpipe and diced bonnet are directly drawn from those of their comrades.
- His bald head was currently covered with a bonnet.
- Hard to miss, especially as they turned out in full dress uniform with plaids and feather bonnets on what turned out to be a warm day.
- Armed to the teeth and clad in kilt, tartan hose and bonnet, he looks every inch the clan chieftain.
- They were Scotsmen in kilts, brandishing bayonets and wearing feathered bonnets.
- And while these elderly gents may look faintly ridiculous when they troop out in their finery of tartan trews, Lincoln green tunics and feathered bonnets they are all serious people.
2BritanicoAutomóvilescapó masculinocapote masculino México
- The designers have also given the Ranger a new bonnet, grille, bumper and headlamps.
- And while it is easy to forget what lies under the bonnet, the engine will not object to a polish and shine as well.
- Will frowned and opened his door, coming round the car and pulling me up off the bonnet.
- The woman tried to drive off, but Gatty jumped on the bonnet and kicked the windscreen, smashing it.
- Most obvious changes are at the front end in the bonnet and front bumper and at the back where a new lamp design has been added.
- Progress was slow - is there really a 2-litre engine under the bonnet?
- The compact, boxy design was very forward looking in its day and is still very striking now, with its dramatic overhanging bonnet and cute round tail-lights.
- The front bonnet affords extra crumple space in the event of an accident, and both driver and passenger airbags are standard.
- Legislation is going to demand that the front of a car must absorb up to 700 Joules of impact energy on the front edge of the bonnet.
- There's a round thing that fits in a hole to close the bonnet, and it's been jammed down very, very securely.
- As one of the thieves drove their car straight at him, he jumped on to the bonnet and smashed the windscreen with his elbow.
- It certainly is ‘retro’ with the long bonnet, side scoops, round headlights, aggressive nose and the galloping horse insignia.
- On his arrival the criminals turned their guns on him, shooting his police car three times - damaging his vehicle bonnet, windshield and engine.
- Most importantly, the cars may look old, but purring under the bonnet are state-of-the-art Ford engines.
- The Hillman name appeared on the front of the bonnet and the headlight surrounds were painted rather than chromed.
- Rising over the bonnet and windscreen, the airflow is smooth.
- Car manufacturers are packing ever-more technology into the dashboard and under the bonnet of vehicles.
- The tires are brown, there's pretty arcing streaks along the car, in fetching pale beige, and blackened handprints round the bonnet and door handle.
- Underneath the bonnet stretching out in front is Jaguar's lovely V8.
- When the woman turned the car round in the road she threw herself on the bonnet.
3(of chimney)sombrerete masculino
- Should I not have the Chimney Cowl in stock I will put on the Mesh Bonnet Cowl (pictured above right), these both cost the same to supply and fit.
- Also called the bonnet, the chimney cap is the cornice at the top of the chimney.
- The insert on the top is often called the Hood or bonnet top, and is frequently incorrectly mistaken as a terminal that can be used with a live flue.
- This is a method and apparatus for providing a flashing system for a chimney-bonnet positioned on a chimney of a building structure.
- Bonnet cowl with collar available with 75mm deep collar for ornamental chimney pots.
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