In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He told the Kiwi that a javelin was meant to be thrown like a dart, with the thrower required to ‘palm it up’ during the final thrust.
- One drew a small blowgun and fired small, poisoned darts at them.
- In attacks between last Sunday, and Wednesday the tyres, on vehicles parked around Bedford, were pierced with a dart or syringe, without any apparent motive.
- While he stood around gaping, Teddy fired his last dart and hit his final target square on.
- He didn't say anymore after that as in the next second, Yori blew her dart, the needle piercing the side of my neck.
- It was all sharp, but good-humoured; he once made a paper dart of a poem that George had written and threw it across the room.
- Research is also being carried out in England into the possible use of tasers, which fire darts connected to a wire that carries an electrical current powerful enough to incapacitate the target.
- The lion was shot with tranquilizer darts and dragged away to the zoo.
- An angry red mark on his stomach displayed the area where the dart had pierced his armor and a purple bruise showcased where the plasma bolt had ricocheted.
- Others assembled crossbows whose bows were of the finest black spring steel, that could hurl a dart with such force as would kill a fully armoured destrier with a single shot.
- He says the dart pierces the skin like a ‘bee sting’ and anybody shot will be brought to hospital.
- If a dart pierces human skin and faecal matter gets into the target's bloodstream, there can be serious health consequences.
- William gasped as the dart pierced his shoulder, but didn't even have time to turn round before the world dissolved away, and he fell forward onto the ground unconscious.
- He landed two darts the first in the creature's throat the second in its stomach.
- The dart raced through the long chamber and barrel and plunged into Soor's chest, right in the middle of his ribcage.
- The deadly poison ricin was stored, with a blowgun and darts, in a plastic bag in the family room.
- An unsteady hand raised to the offending body part, shaking fingers drawing up to pull the dart out of her flesh and the hood it had pierced through to reach her neck.
- Taser guns fire two small darts, each trailing fine wires.
- Trigger had already fired a small dart into the back of his neck.
- The ‘thunk’ sound of a fired dart makes everybody jump, including me and a couple birds over in the trees nearby.
- We are pleased to note the overall Oxford triumph, sealed in thrilling fashion as Craig Heasman threw the winning dart to once again seal glory for the men and women of the Pelican.
- She reached back, pulled the dart out and threw it at the target, where it stuck tip buried completely in the bullseye.
- The Dringhouses Sports Club ace confidently fired 18 then 16 darts to claim the League's top prize.
- This more often than not meant most of their games resulted in a tortuous struggle to plant a dart in Double One.
- When the final dart was thrown this season in the Friday Night Mickey Mouse Darts League, Mick's Place had won the league championship title.
- A simple example of numerical integration is estimating the area of a geometric figure by randomly throwing darts at it and counting the hits and misses.
- Third dart, I concentrated, gazed down that corridor of space separating the tip of my dart from the treble 20.
- If they had been playing darts then the darts would have stopped in mid flight.
- Williams and Fitton have been good pals for years, have thrown the odd dart in friendly combat, but this was the first time they had come face to face in matchplay.
- At 6-5, with Part needing only to hold his darts to win the title, Taylor broke back to force a deciding set.
- Indeed, had he reversed the shafts and thrown flight first, the dart would still have buried itself to a depth of three inches: the dartboard never stood a chance.
- Mario for example went 180 180 60 and just landed his 8th dart beside the wire in the treble 7 on his attempt.
2(movement)he made a dart for the gun — se abalanzó sobre el arma
- with a dart of its tongue, the lizard caught the fly — la lagartija atrapó a la mosca de un lengüetazo
- Nothing much looked on when centre Aaron Moule made a dart for the right-hand corner but somehow he reached out to plant the ball.
- Jorgensen, looking to keep up that incredible run, made an early dart to the edge of the Norwich box where he was halted by Darren Kenton.
- Again the alert Connor was in the thick of things as he made a dart for the line, only to be blocked a couple of paces short of the target.
- Brian Flanagan made a dart for the pavilion end from a ruck, and found the sharp Bernard Behan on his right and the out-half left the cover standing.
- If more waistline room is needed, release darts and/or tucks.
- Once you understand the role of darts in shaping a garment, you will be glad to have them in all your clothing.
- Beginning at the dart point, stitch to the dart cut end; backstitch and clip the threads.
- Trousers are emphasised with tailored darts and pleats.
- Press the dart toward the shoulder after stitching it.
- Wrong sides together, pin all darts, tucks and seams as you did in the tissue, placing pins accurately along the stitching lines.
- Pin out the darts or pleats in the pants front pattern.
- This year, with the anti-fashion look, the stress is on uneven hems and necklines, upside down darts and trimmings that are left uncompleted.
- Avoid surface manipulations such as gathers, pleats, tucks and darts.
- Never cross a seam, dart, tuck or pleat with another seam without pressing it first.
- She put in a dart that was shaped differently than the one she had pulled out of the guard.
- To make a pattern for the stay, pin out the darts or pleats in the pants front pattern, then position the pocket pattern in place on the pants front pattern.
- This means that the arms and darts should really be cut from the same cloth as the body.
- Check the fit of darts and seams midway through the garment construction and make needed adjustments so the fabric grainlines properly align.
- Make sure the patterns match with the pleats and darts closed.
1to dart into a room — entrar como una flecha en una habitación
- to dart out of a room — salir como una flecha de una habitación
- he darted behind a bush — corrió a esconderse detrás de un arbusto
- her eyes darted around the room — recorrió la habitación rápidamente con la mirada
- It's such a tiny stage and The Gossip use it so well: Nathan darts and lunges from right to left and Beth jumps and jogs back and forward and Kathy just hammers at the drums.
- Suddenly, the creature darts out but bowls straight into him, knocking them both over.
- She jumps off her bed and darts out of her room and down some stairs, and rips the door open.
- She watched how Keldan moved, darting from one piece of cover to the next, doubtless to deny his target a chance to use a ranged weapon.
- Zem and the women ran out into the streets, darting between people moving slowly in the opposite direction.
- They perch on low shrubs or rocks, and dart out to grab prey from the air, the foliage, or the ground.
- He said the big cat was gone in a matter of seconds, but he was left shaken as the animal darted away through trees and undergrowth.
- The creature darts suddenly, swinging across the precipitous pit from limb to limb.
- In the field, they wondered, are the animals content to creep around most of the time, sprinting only when necessary, or do they regularly dart from place to place?
- Suddenly, Berry darted away from us, swimming fast towards the ocean floor as we watched, intrigued.
- With bare feet I stepped into the alley and walked slowly, reaching out my hand to the filthy animals that hissed and darted away.
- She grinned and turned on her heel, ready to bolt down the hallway and dart her way out of the prison.
- Small animals darted away from the sharp eyes of the ever-hungry raven.
- Charles looked around once more, and this time, as he was turning his head back, and saw an extremely fast shape dart between some trees about twenty feet away.
- I don't really work out, but I do like to move, and I dart up the subway stairs effortlessly now because my body feels good.
- Even on relatively less crowded roads, drivers are advised to keep watching out for cyclists or pedestrians suddenly darting across.
- Below, crabs sidestepped on the rocks and all kinds of fish darted by, making the snorkelling superb.
- As we walk to the edge of a stream, a stickleback freezes, then darts away in a series of rapid zig-zags punctuated by brief pauses.
- She held a fig out in the palm of her hand, and the animal darted away and disappeared into the thicket.
- Black dashes dart across the screen, like grains of wild rice shaken on a sheet of paper.
1(glance/look) lanzarthe lizard darted out its tongue — la lagartija disparó la lengua
- As the three of us trekked over to the luggage area, I constantly darted my eyes around and looked at all the people.
- Furthermore, don't drink gin on an empty stomach whilst darting your eyes about the room like you've got some sort of nervous twitch.
- I glanced up in time to see Madi looking at me, but she darted her eyes away quickly.
- Kate, Madeline's ladysmaid, floated around not really doing anything and occasionally darting angry looks in my direction.
- As soon as the door closed behind her, she darted her eyes in every direction.
- He looked up slightly, darting his eyes away at any hint that Kamui was looking back.
- But the second the words are out, Greg regrets them, and he quickly darts a look at Rena to see if she's upset.
- Clark darts a wary look at the detective, perhaps noticing the sarcasm, and Mike privately reminds himself to hold back a little.
- My gaze drifted past a familiar head of blond hair and I immediately darted my eyes back in his direction.
- I looked to Colleen then darted my eyes to her left, where Lori would have generally stood.
- When she turned to him, he darted his eyes upward and glanced at the bathroom.
- We sat looking at each other for a moment, before Andy darted his eyes away and stood up.
- You walked towards me, smiling and darting your eyes in all directions.
- She chewed on her lip, darting her eyes around the room.
- She rubbed an arm across her eyes and darted another quick look.
- Without bothering to fling my hands away, he darts his eyes to the side to avoid my worried stare.
- It lashed its mile long pointed tail fiercely about and looked around, darting its brown-red eyes, wildly scanning the ground below.
- He pushed me back, threw his fingers through his hair wildly, and darted his eyes around to see if anyone had seen him.
- He gave her a meaningful look, then darted his eyes to the back of Lewis's head and back to Lidia's patently beautiful face.
- I grumbled to myself, darting my eyes from here to there.
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