In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1use it as a covering for the floor — úsalo para cubrir / tapar el suelo
- a covering of ash/dust — una capa de ceniza/polvo
- It came out of the west over a thick covering of Australian pine trees.
- Through the window's thin covering, silhouettes could be seen.
- Turning on our torches, the walls came alive with a thick covering of hydroids, sponges and anemones.
- The current and clarity of the water have given rise to a dense covering of vibrant soft and hard corals.
- The primary units cannot be easily detected because of the dense covering of ragged elements on the shell surface.
- The seeds of many species have a fleshy outer covering, which is also edible.
- In height, he came up to her waist, and muscles rippled beneath the thick covering of dark fur.
- They should be stored in a single layer with a loose covering of plastic wrap.
- I finished off with a thick covering of bark mulch to preserve moisture, suppress weeds and add organic material.
- Several layers of filmy covering met her eyes, and through this her hands weaved carefully.
- The mail sat piled on the small kitchen table with a slight covering of dust.
- The bows are a straight vertical edge with a full covering of anemones.
- The surfaces must have the maximum possible pace and bounce with a reasonable covering of grass.
- A nice covering of skin with a good tone and pinkish cheeks can alter a person's face entirely.
- Without missing a beat, Jake pursued the figure as it dashed through the thick covering of trees.
- I woke up Sunday morning to a light covering of snow over a thin layer of ice.
- The drums will then be covered by several impervious layers before a covering of soil to ground level.
- A covering of snow dusted the ground.
- She woke, damp with morning dew, coated in a light covering of mud and grime.
- We know very little about the outer covering of the various types of dinosaurs.
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