In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(container)balde masculinocubo masculino Españacubeta femenino Méxicotobo masculino Venezuelato kick the bucket — estirar la pata coloquial humorístico
- to leak like a rusty bucket
- his alibi leaks like a rusty bucket — su coartada hace agua por todas partes
- Women roll barrels and carry buckets containing materials needed for the construction of a reservoir.
- The beans are poured from the buckets into smaller metal bins, and pickers are paid based on the number of bins they fill.
- Sections of bamboo or plastic buckets are used to carry water from nearby streams for cooking and washing.
- Almost all containers - buckets, barrels, tanks - were made by coopers from various woods.
- Enterprising youngsters collected the petrol in buckets and plastic cool-drink bottles before taking it away to their homes.
- We talked and examined the barrels and plastic buckets filled with fish, crabs and shiny squid.
- They would get up at five o'clock in the morning to milk 45 head of cattle with bucket-style milkers, and then carry the buckets to the milk coolers.
- His attention wandered to the thin, almost rat-like man stepping up to the teller carrying a large metal bucket.
- Wolf came back, carrying a bright red plastic bucket with a white handle.
- Transport the materials in a plastic bucket or pail to protect the pesticide container.
- Subsistence-netters use small boats to gather the fish and bring them to the shore while others wade into the water to collect fish in buckets and plastic bags.
- The highway, right from Chennai, is full of trucks and vans from all over India, carrying everything from medicines to food to plastic buckets.
- If you do not feel comfortable about handling toads, a plastic bucket or similar container can be placed over the animal until someone else can assist.
- Requirements: tin buckets, plastic bags containing sufficient sand to half-fill each receptacle
- Students used buckets and bottles to carry water from a local stream to highlight the lack of clean water in the developing world.
- These can be clay or plastic flower pots, buckets, milk or juice containers, or any similar container that holds a half gallon of water or so.
- Separate plastic buckets carry the right and left harnesses.
- They give your child a Playstation when you bought theirs a plastic bucket and spade.
- After he'd checked out the next morning he called the police on a payphone and told them he'd seen a boy out by the fields carrying a bucket and a packet of matches.
- He still dumps the milk in buckets and carries the buckets to the milk tank.
2(bucketful)a bucket of water — un cubo de agua España
- to rain buckets — llover a cántaros
- to cry buckets — llorar a moco tendido
3(scoop)femenino cucharamasculino cangilónfemenino pala
- Without it, the job would require an entire day and five laborers using a skid-steer loader with a bucket.
- It has a small bucket on the front and hoe on the back, with an arm that lays over to drop the center of gravity for travel.
- The wheel has 60 buckets each which can hold 200 lb water.
- A full investigation has been launched after a workman suffered severe arm injuries when he was crushed by a bucket on a digger at a recycling centre.
- Usually, however, the most common miniexcavator attachments are buckets of varying sizes, breakers, and augers.
- Every 60 seconds, a ball bearing drops from the left bucket on the channel to the waterwheel.
- You can use this attachment with a wide bucket to dig.
- A wooden or metal wheel with paddles or buckets of some kind are attached to the outside so that when set in a watercourse it will rotate as a result of pressure from the movement of the water.
- Other attachments may include grading buckets, hydraulic breakers, plate compactors, augers, or rippers.
- Too much water will make the buckets unstable and they may tip over.
- This company also makes use of quick couplers on its loaders, so the bucket can quickly be attached or removed from the loader.
- An attachable implement such as a loader bucket is attached to the actuator.
- Water pours into the top bucket at a steady rate and gives the system energy while water leaks out of each bucket at a steady rate and removes energy from the system.
- His arm was crushed by a large bucket on a digger.
- It has a hydraulic PTO and can directly power a four-in-one bucket and several attachments.
- He was crushed to death when a loader bucket fell down a shaft on him.
- An ambulance spokesman told how the man was working in an eight-foot deep trench fitting pipes when a digger bucket fell on him.
- Of course, buckets were designed to scoop dirt, not wreck structures or collect and hoist the gangly debris.
- It was just adapted for the removal of trees by attaching the bucket to the rear.
- So he called his dad who brought up the tractor, and he got into the digger bucket and they maneuvered it up high into the tree and rescued her.
- Tethers were attached to the bucket and backhoe of the Bobcat while others were secured to the machine itself.
- The crash investigator said one of the things he was trying to ascertain was the position of the tractor bucket at the time of the fatal crash earlier this month.
- Besides demolition, BROKK machines could also remove debris with a bucket attachment.
- Increasingly, that's likely to require an attachment other than a bucket.
- I started with an old bucket from a front-end loader and removed the teeth and the grapple fork.
1(go fast)(vehicle) ir a gran velocidad
2(rain)it's bucketing — está lloviendo a cántaros
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