In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Marina(person/liner) hacer un crucero(liner/person) navegar(warship/fleet) navegar(fleet/warship) patrullar
- Pick up your hire boat in Lucan, on the outskirts of Dublin, and you have over 80 miles of classic, peaceful canal cruising between you and Shannon Harbour.
- This is a great area to cruise, one that is still somewhat undeveloped and off the beaten path.
- Most of us who have cruised on this great ship are very sorry to see her go.
- Every weekend we take our youngest two children cruising, and the older kids are our racing crew.
- While a little rubber ducky may suit well for short hops between boats in a snug cove, you may need a tougher, larger, and more seaworthy tender if you cruise to far away places.
- They cruised around the inshore reefs, protected from the northern desert wind and the waves that made the Red Sea infamous with international mariners plying the open water between the Indian Ocean and the Suez Canal.
- You don't have to be an experienced boater to cruise the canals of Europe.
- The only sound is the purr of absurdly opulent motorised yachts cruising out of the harbour for a day messing about on the waves.
- Remarkably, some 60% regularly cruised 100 miles or more from their home ports.
- Take a city bus tour, go sightseeing by tram or head for the water on one of the many boat cruises.
- While I had been expecting storm activity that day, I was cruising behind a headland that blocked my view of the approaching storm cell until it was too late.
- As such, they tend to look for high-quality getaways, such as helicopter tours of the Canadian Rockies, national park vacations and chartered small ship cruises to Costa Rica.
- Industry providers were selected from the hotels, inns and villas, charter boats, cruise ships, taxis, rent-a-cars and restaurants.
- Nowadays many boats and cruise ships are deterred by the lack of an adequate harbour.
- If variety is the spice of your life, book back-to-back cruises on different ships.
- And while the calm waters were not ideal for sailing, they were perfect for cruising.
- Boat owners can always call ahead to a marina and check on their latest price if they're cruising in an area with several fuel docks.
- She also uses her boat to entertain and can host up to 50 people on her top deck while cruising and as many as 100 at the dock.
- I asked to be transported to a sailing yacht, cruising just offshore of that beach.
- The choice of cruise lines and cruise ships is pretty bewildering.
- They are great fun to sail and perfectly suited for cruising in out-of-the-way places and shoal waters.
- We also went on two boat cruises, which put us ‘up close and personal’ with birds and mammals.
- He and his wife live aboard their 53-foot motorsailer and have cruised full-time for the last 25 years.
- All the partial owner needs to do is climb on board, cruise to his desired location, return when his time is up, and walk away when the day is done.
- The boats were cruising up and down the river, doing tours of the concrete walls that rise up from the surface of the water, reminding the passengers to duck as they motored beneath the low bridges.
- Now of course, as I said before, cruise ships have been held in port since yesterday.
- Since St. Lucia has a number of lovely anchorages, I like to encourage them to cruise here.
- Time was when Caribbean islands jockeyed to provide port to cruise ships brimming with free-spending tourists.
- They recognize that, for most people, one vehicle must meet all their needs from the daily rounds to holiday cruising and the occasional recreational bush bash or beach cruise.
- Apart from taking tourists on backwater cruises aboard kettuvallams and cruise boats, the water bodies can be used for water skiing, surfing, kayaking, etc.
- Here they can book one of the many candlelit dinner cruises for the following night.
- In March of last year I was on holidays cruising around the South Pacific and visiting a few of the islands.
- Imagine cruising on a perfect sailing day and suddenly staring at a 35-to 40-foot wave that comes out of nowhere.
- San Francisco, meanwhile, has emerged as an alternative departure point for longer cruises on bigger ships.
- In a normal year, the family would be out fishing or cruising at least three times a week, she reported.
- There are a number of dolphin watch and nature boat cruises available, or you can choose to rent a kayak, canoe, or boat and take to the water yourself.
- However, lulled by the simplicity of canal cruising, I had gotten lazy and failed to check the lock information on the chart.
- We cruised by boat over the Yangtse river for three days, from Chongquing to Yichang and passed through the three gorges.
- Yet as we pushed off into the middle of the flow we quickly picked up speed, until moments later we were skipping across the wake of the plodding tourist boats cruising under Tower Bridge.
- Excursions for the remaining 2005 cruises, including its holiday cruises, will be posted by mid-May - all of which are months earlier than ever before.
1.2(police car) patrullar
- Most of the time crocodilians cruise slowly through the water, holding their legs against their body to reduce drag.
- We drove into the city and cruised around aimlessly for an hour or so.
- I never dreamed slowly cruising through a residential neighborhood could be so incredibly dangerous!
- Moose and I cruised through the shopping mall, sharing an ice cream cone and getting some reading material (that neither of us has time to read) from Coles.
- Now they are cruising Brighton with a view to picking something up.
- The terminology, rules, cruising areas, establishments, and sex workers themselves tend to change.
- A bull stella sea-lion cruises effortlessly past against the current, easily twice as big as the California sea-lions I have dived with at other locations.
- Basking sharks cruise slowly at about two knots with their mouths wide open, capturing tiny planktonic creatures in thousands of filters called gill rakers as the water passes through the gill slits.
- She has been cruising around aimlessly for a while now but it is going to get dark soon and the one person she needs to talk to is Greg.
- Our community is so not ready and they don't want to hear the fact that if it is not your partner cruising outside, it could be your brother.
- They have a flash little car, and cruise the streets to pick up young ladies.
- His style was to wait for a worthwhile girl, not spending every Saturday night cruising the streets for a hot babe.
- The common experiences practiced in secret were, besides sex, bar life, cruising, camp, drag, and so forth.
- I looked up to see a huge white shark cruising past me, only about 5 meters away.
- This description should convey an image of the kind of place where some young people choose to search for members of the opposite sex when cruising on the streets.
- I wasn't into ‘gay’ - cruising, discos, the tubs, drugs, Fire Island, and all that.
- He cruises the nightlife of Buenos Aires and falls into the world of S & M and leather.
- A police patrol car cruised by slowly a couple of times, but on that particular afternoon, there were no signs of any untoward behaviour.
- It's not THAT different from cruising in bars or online.
- He had been cruising in the area and was evidently the tragic victim of a hate crime.
- Taxis are plentiful and can be found at major hotels as well as in main tourist areas or cruising the streets.
- They cruise slowly through the water, cavernous mouths agape, skin covered in a foul-smelling mucous and often trailing long threads of algae from their long pectoral fins.
- While these nooks provided the cover for sexual activity, cruising also occurred amongst men on their way in and out of the park along the trails.
- She slowly cruised around the city, not intending to go anywhere in particular.
- The commercial depicts two attractive women cruising a bar for men.
- The address that Rod had been given was a 20 mile drive away and it was not until nearly three o'clock that he cruised slowly past the terraced houses where he had been told to find the car.
- The young couple was cruising slowly in the Raffles Hills housing estate.
- We drove back to Algiers, and cruised slowly through the neighborhood.
- During his senior year, the two men would cruise together, picking up sailors.
- A few people stumbled out of the small selection of pubs along the street, but beyond that and a few handful of teenagers cruising slowly up and down the seafront nothing was happening.
- Many here believe that hackers are already cruising around metropolitan areas in cars and on bicycles, with their laptops listening for the beacons of wireless networks.
1.3(teenagers) pasearse en coche
2.1(travel at steady speed)(plane) volar(plane) desplazarse(car) irwe are now cruising at an altitude of 30,000ft — volamos / nos desplazamos ahora a una altitud de 30.000 pies
- The aircraft can cruise up to four hours with a range of more than 500 miles at a maximum speed of 160 knots.
- Both aircraft were cruising at their assigned altitude of 36,000 ft.
- At speed it cruised comfortably, and handled 100 mph on the high-speed bowl without complaint, and with minimal engine and road noise.
- Their police car was cruising along one of the main roads in Rio de Janeiro's North Zone on Wednesday evening when it was ambushed.
- This is made worse by smug motorcyclists cruising along, seemingly uninterrupted by the harsh realities of the motoring world.
- This automatically adjusts the car's speed when cruising to maintain a safe distance from the car in front.
- The seats may have been uncomfortable, hard plastic but it still felt good to be cruising smoothly along the coast, looking out on the flat blue sea to the tune of piped classical music.
- Most commercial jetliners cruise somewhere between 30,000 and 45,000 feet above mean sea level.
- The car was soon cruising down a tree-covered road.
- The AIP fuel cell allows the U212 to cruise under water for weeks without surfacing.
- We are cruising slowly through northern Indiana and at 9pm the diner actually opens.
- His car cruised down the right lane of the street with its blinker on.
- A seemingly endless line of petrol tankers cruises along the road, their drivers smiling at us as we speed by.
- This includes when accelerating from standstill in bumper-to-bumper traffic, when traveling slowly and cruising at a constant speed.
- With a laugh, Jason got comfortable in the mid-day traffic as he cruised along in second gear.
- A commercial airliner cruises at more than 500 miles an hour.
- After flying for about 20 miles, I finally got it up to 1000 feet, cruising along at a nice 110 knots.
- The group of travellers leaped on the man after it was claimed he stood on his seat screaming and lashed out at people who tried to calm him as the aircraft was cruising at 30,000 feet above the Atlantic.
- The roads are snow covered, but I'm cruising along like it's summertime - confident and comfortable.
- On a marvellous day in late July I was standing aboard a former navy vessel converted into a dive boat, cruising at 30-plus knots with the wind in my hair and the scent of sun and sea in my nostrils.
a una velocidad constante
2.2Smith cruised home — Smith llegó a la meta holgadamente
- the team cruised to an easy victory — el equipo logró cómodamente la victoria
- He was the clear winner in the Men's 200m individual medley as he cruised home in two minutes 11.83 seconds which was 2.39 seconds below his best.
- They have cruised to the championship of the Premier League with ease with an impressive 18 wins out of 19 games.
- Lochcarron meanwhile cruised to a 6-0 victory at home to Glenorchy.
- By the end, they were a sad sight as York cruised past 30 points for the first time this season.
- Oxford UCCE were given a brief insight into the gulf between university and county cricket as Lancashire cruised to a ten-wicket victory at the Parks.
- Waterloo's shooting touch that had escaped them a night before had returned, as the Warriors cruised to a double-digits victory.
- With his build and style of running, a move to the marathon was always going to be inevitable and the ease with he cruised to victory yesterday underscored his potential.
- The Warriors kicked off the second half of the season in style last Saturday afternoon, as they cruised to a 5-0 home win over the Royal Military College Paladins.
- York cruised to success in the premier division of the Yorkshire Squash League, beating Huddersfield 4-1.
- Sussex had few problems getting past Essex, cruising to a nine-wicket win with more than five overs to spare.
- Meanwhile, the U.S. Women's Soccer Team cruised to an easy 3 to nil victory against host Greece in one of the opening events of the games.
- The super mare made most of the running and the outcome was never in the slightest doubt as she cruised home eight lengths clear in ground she hated and on a track that might not have really suited her ideally.
- The restored cue worked a treat for the 33-year-old as he cruised to a 5-3 victory with two breaks of 60.
- Saturday was a different story, when four of five Indonesian boxers cruised to the next stage.
- Waterford cruised to the easiest of wins over a most disappointing home side and will go into next Sunday's clash with Galway in Walsh Park at the top of the league table.
- The 14-year-old cruised to victory in the under-15 and under-16s classes.
- When we played them a couple of weeks ago we scored early on, were three goals up after ten minutes, 5-0 up at half-time and then cruised to a 7-0 win.
- At the ground where they suffered their only league defeat of the season just over two years ago, they cruised to their 20th consecutive league win yesterday, and without so much as a bead of sweat appearing on their brow.
3argot(search for sex)buscar plan argotbuscar programa Río de la Plata argotbuscar pinche Chile argot
1Militar patrullarnavegar por(police car) patrullar
1crucero masculinoto go on a cruise — hacer un crucero
- world cruise — crucero alrededor del mundo
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