In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(lively, animated)(person) lleno de vida(personality) efervescente
- Once she knew who I was she became the same cheerful and bubbly person she had been when we worked together in ‘Belle's.’
- The door burst open and the cheerful Mrs. Casing with her kind eyes and bubbly personality walked in holding a package in her hands.
- ‘It's absolutely paramount,’ she says, before giving another little insight into the discipline beneath the bubbly exterior.
- Colette's natural bubbly personality and fighting spirit has been a help in her long battle with the deadly disease.
- A young, bubbly crowd, happy to hang around (the service is a bit slow) and mingle to the music coming out of a state of the art bar.
- I never had the opportunity of knowing Martin because I am new to this Parish, but all who did know him regarded him as a friendly, outgoing, happy person with a bubbly personality.
- She was bubbly, energetic, and had her way of doing things.
- She was a bright, bubbly individual, full of character.
- I remember her coming in with her two children, but she did not seem her normal bubbly self.
- A York mother has told how her normally bright and bubbly daughter had been left subdued, distressed and anxious following an attempted abduction.
- She was a very beautiful, vibrant, sociable, bubbly person.
- She was bubbly, kind and loving and lived life to the full.
- When she awoke this morning, she was bubbly and cheerful.
- The bright and bubbly child looked alert and happy, surrounded by members of her foster family.
- The bubbly Italian can speak six languages including Spanish, French, Russian, Greek, and English, and now wants to learn to try her hand at learning Irish.
- He was a bright and bubbly character and an excellent brother to his two younger sisters.
- At school, of course, I was the same bright and bubbly person I always was.
- When I first met her she was bubbly and vibrant and full of life.
- When I got to the window, it suddenly became clear that the staff seemed much older and more downtrodden than the bubbly voice I heard.
- Mrs Fort described her friend as ‘just a lovely, bubbly lady’, with a personality well suited to dealing with the difficulties presented by police work.
2(full of bubbles)burbujeante
- Even if you'd rather be soaking in a bubbly bath, we have awesome ideas for presents that will have your personality stamped on them beside the bow.
- Now I was in the mood for a chilled, fizzy, bubbly, brown and wet drink.
- When you see small bubbles beginning to form, start adding the same amount of flour and water once a day for the next two days, until the culture becomes very bubbly, possibly even foamy.
- Or go with my favorite semisparkler: prosecco - dry and refreshing but not quite as bubbly as spumante.
- So I've just spent an hour in the bath wallowing in bubbly stuff, salts, scrubs, my expensive shampoo and conditioner, and it was wonderful.
- So I whirled this in the mixing bowl and placed in a greased baking dish and slid that bad boy in a 350 degree oven until it was bubbly and slightly browned on the top.
- The result is a bubbly appearance of the carbon/polymer films in the c-TEM micrographs.
- I did go shopping yesterday, so we have yogurts, fresh fruit, bubbly water, etc.
- Howard poured a generous measure of Radox into the bath, and watched it slowly turn the water green and bubbly.
- I'm just asking if you want a refreshing bubbly beverage.
- After they wove through the crowd, he continued to be a gentleman and handed her a champagne flute filled with a sparkling, bubbly liquid.
- Perhaps they preferred bubbly drinks to soap bubbles.
- Bake until top is browned and cheese bubbly, 20 to 30 minutes.
- Actually my recollection of the whole night is a bit fuzzy as we had shared a magnum of the fizzy bubbly stuff before even leaving Tamsin's flat.
- Apparently, some water actually does come right out of the ground all bubbly.
- A connoisseur would shun the very notion of ‘spoiling’ this fragrant and bubbly brew by adding milk or sugar to it.
- I re-grouted the bathtub by myself, without even chipping my perfect manicure, before enjoying a long, scented soak using loads of gels, oils, bath salts and other bubbly items.
1champán masculinochampaña masculino
- You can sample a pint or two at Two Poets Pub or sip bubbly at the Champagne Bar.
- Turns out, sushi and bubbly were made for each other.
- Prosecco, the light, appley crowd-pleasing bubbly of the Veneto region, is a step up from Spanish cava and an attractive value compared to champagne.
- A glass of Krug bubbly will set you back about $30.00, which can be accompanied by the head chef's delectable bar menu.
- So opt instead for this soft, ripe, musky, apricot-stashed classic Italian bubbly.
- This uncomplicated Italian fizz is a bright, youthful, almost grapey bubbly with refreshing citrus fruit acidity and plenty of fruit.
- This stunning, deep, ripe, fruity, toasty waxy vintage bubbly is a rare Easter treat.
- Renowned as one of the city's most luxurious hotels, enjoy a glass or two of bubbly in its candlelit champagne bar, then stroll hand in hand through the world's most romantic city.
- All you have to do is recognize it and take a few steps to ensure that you are providing every opportunity for your customers to enjoy a glass of California bubbly.
- What a highly original way to introduce a campaign - a special vintage bubbly - Traffic Awareness Champagne!
- To celebrate, a bottle of bubbly will be provided to the couple following the ceremony.
- Besides, says Oldman, a bottle of bubbly can make any meal seem like a celebration - and you don't have to worry about the vintage.
- As part of the push for cash, the runners are urging sponsors to guess how long their epic journey will take, with a bottle of bubbly for the nearest guess.
- I shall be on the ground waiting with a bottle of bubbly for her.
- We say go for the big French bubbly when the sun sets
- A hundred bottles of bubbly will be given out at midnight.
- Another Pinot Noir/ Chardonnay bubbly is the superb Graham Beck Brut MCC.
- The galleries linking the chambers, often piled high with bottles of maturing bubbly, are named after places where Madame Pommery sold large quantities of champagne.
- However, those blinded by love may feel that Pink Pink Fizz's ripe, lively, appley, inoffensive cava bubbly is not highbrow enough for their tastes, in which case champagne's the thing.
- Only the Bombay bubbly, which is a match for most £5-7 Aussie sparklers, distinguishes itself.
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