In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1retozarhe's cavorting with his secretary — está tonteando con su secretaria coloquial
- From what I understand, having a beer can lead to such cardinal sins as dancing and cavorting with wild women.
- She cuts loose at night however, cavorting around town with her boyfriend and perfecting the art of ‘swinging,’ i.e. sharing their beds with other couples.
- No late-night revelling, no booze-ups, no cavorting with local ladies: these are the usual diktats dispatched to players by their national coaches at World Cup time.
- He used amateur actors to perform the surreal scenes which feature naked young women cavorting on a double bed while a shirtless youth enthusiastically bangs away on percussion.
- He's been up all night cavorting with models (or so my puerile mind imagines) and now he's watching telly while I'm working.
- Are you stuck away in your booth, while kids half your age cavort the night away?
- Funloving hedonists who have spent three years doing nothing but drinking and cavorting in seedy nightclubs suddenly become paragons of academic virtue.
- In an incident that will have the manager fuming, players cavorted with dancers at the newly-opened strip bar, the Liquorice Club.
- Ironically, when it comes to the sexually active throng cavorting in today's media, married people -or at least people married to each other- appear to be in a definite minority.
- They were being subversive and celebratory at the same time and there was also something rawly sexual about this gaggle of half-drowned young people cavorting and hugging and splashing in the mud.
- Or go to your local nightclub on a Friday night - count the number of women cavorting about in bare midriffs, revealing necklines, and high-cut dresses.
- A source close to Leo, one of his defenders, says since all the shooting has been at night, it's unlikely Leo's been cavorting off-set, or in Rome, during the wee hours.
- They appear to be sexual predators, ready to leap from the interior, domestic space to cavort lasciviously in the external realm of military men.
- The gang of 25 youngsters, thought to be no older than 15, were seen and heard, drinking and cavorting at the Kings Meadow Road playing field, from 7.30 pm onwards on Friday.
- The film helps debunk a recent media report that many of the players were banished to mines and farms for cavorting at a ‘wild party with foreign ladies’ before their defeat by Portugal.
- Ibiza, of course, tends to attract those who actively seek public attention - why else would minor stars spend their nights cavorting on the dance floors of the island's mega nightclubs?
- Maybe when they choose their next leader they will select one who will not cavort like a buffoon with football fans.
- It was here in the 1950s that the then Duke discovered a Polaroid of his wife cavorting naked with another man - unidentifiable because his head had not been photographed.
- For the next sixteen months he lived a double life in the popular tourist resort, working as a bar man by day and cavorting with young women and prostitutes at night.
- The constituency party was far from pleased to learn that its new MP, who was married with a small child, had been cavorting with women on Greek islands.
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