In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(uneven)(lawn/surface) desigual(surface/lawn) con desniveles(road) lleno de baches
- The heather drags and catches at the feet, and the surface underneath is bumpy and unpredictable.
- By the time the full disc of the sun detaches itself from the eastern horizon, I can see land, a bumpy darker line above the dark water.
- Both drivers were very happy with the car in its Monaco configuration, and we got encouraging results on the tyres, as well as the set-up adaptations required for the bumpy street surface and the new parts on the car.
- A road as rough and bumpy as the one in Raheens can lead to many injuries and fatalities over a four or five year period.
- It was big, with pink frosting and sugary lettering arranged across its uneven, bumpy surface: ‘Happy Fifteenth Birthday Roberta’.
- Passengers will have little reason to complain about the suspension which copes well with uneven and bumpy roads.
- It's a rough and bumpy road, zigzagging up from Argentière to the false summit of the Col de Montets.
- This particular town was renowned for its rocky and bumpy road.
- The people in that locality got tired of the bumpy road, and decided to pitch in a few thousand rupees per household to build a road.
- The dynamic attributes of the C-MAX are good, with dependable handling on twisty roads and the car holds its line on bumpy surfaces.
- No fancy features which ensure outstanding comfort or softness; what you get here is a very basic pillow which feels bumpy and uneven.
- Sadly there has been an alarming deterioration and £100,000 is to be spent on the bumpy and heavily-sanded surface in the close season in an attempt to put things right.
- Conditions were difficult in Bangor as the match was being played on the Hibs'second pitch and the bumpy surface did nothing to enhance a game which lacked imagination from the start.
- The straights aren't so long that they place an absolute premium on outright power, while the chicanes and bumpy track surface demand good handling characteristics.
- Employ skilled operators to resurface damaged trenches with a smooth finish, instead of bumpy uneven surfaces.
- However much a bumpy surface might have inconvenienced both sets of players, it hardly excused the lack of control and horrible mistiming of the ball which characterised the first half.
- Assessment of passenger comfort will have to await testing on Ireland's notoriously bumpy road surfaces.
- Traffic snarls, uneven and bumpy roads and pollution have made life miserable for the residents of Koramangala.
- Sure, there would be issues with narrow roads and a bumpy surface - but those are exactly the factors that make Monaco such a special test of drivers' skills.
- But it was hard going for most of the match as a strong wind, bumpy playing surface, blinding sunshine and competitive opponents made it difficult for Padiham to get any sort of rhythm to their play.
2(rough)we had a bumpy flight — el avión se movió mucho
- it was a bumpy ride and she felt sick — se mareó con el traqueteo del autobús (or el coche etc.)
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