In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(invariable adjective) rojo tejarojo ladrillo
1rojo teja masculinorojo ladrillo masculino
- Now the man's expression tightened, and the blush moved toward brick red.
- She also applied some eyeliner and some dark, brick red lipstick.
- Those who notice such things will also observe a change in colour, typically from deep purple to light brick red.
- The brick red building that was meant for Derek was around the corner.
- Red wines tend to go from cherry red to brick red to copper to brown.
- She came out, looking fabulous in her blood red tank and brick red jeans.
- When the outdoors colors were brick red and charming pink, the inside were a bubbly purple and a warming yellow.
- The whole table broke out into laughter, leaving Jake with his brick-red cheeks flared with embarrassment.
- If the stele is pink to brick red or brownish red, the plant has the red stele disease.
- New flower colors, including lavender and brick red, have joined the more familiar white ‘Snowflake’.
- He had all the gnome features, being almost brick red in colour, slightly small, and owning hands the size of plates.
- The apartment was brick red, just like her apartment.
- Then it flushed brick red before going whiter than before.
- There were greens, blue and orange, blush pink, ocher and brick red.
- This reddish-brown or brick-red discoloration on roots is typical of Phytophthora root rot.
- Gabrielle went brick red before flatly shaking her head.
- You have limited choices in color: gray concrete, brick red tint and sandstone beige.
- It is characterized by its shiny brick red colored root earning its common name as ‘red sage root.’
- The best eating pomegranates are as big as large oranges, sometimes yellow in colour but more often dark brick red.
- She looks for yellow to brick-red egg clusters under plant leaves.
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