In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(act, process)decoración femenino
- Too often, at this stage of the project, it's easy to become tired and to end up rushing through the interior design and decoration process.
- Martine Camillieri, who co-directs the gallery, is also very talented with crafts and decoration.
- Other methods of decoration include impressions made with the fingers, sticks, and other tools.
- Since it was introduced it has gradually overtaken other forms of decoration so that now it forms the main decorative process in most large glass factories.
- The 175 studio ceramic pieces illustrate the various methods of decoration and form that potters use to give shape and meaning to their works.
- However, the construction and decoration process has been delayed, and a new opening date has not yet been disclosed.
1.2(ornamentation)decoración femeninofor decoration — de adorno
- the soap isn't there for decoration, you know! — el jabón no está allí de adorno ¿eh?
- The only decoration was on the grip of wood, deeply and skilfully carved.
- He made the Memorial timeless, in a way, by giving it immaculate perfection with no embellishment or decoration.
- Pope John Paul's coffin of blonde cypress wood had no decoration other than a slender cross and the letter M for Mary on the top.
- The leonine head has a grimacing, tooth-filled mouth from which issue stems with pellet decoration ending in foliage scrolls.
- Every piece of furniture was made of old wood, free from decoration of any sort.
- I did not bother to look at the beautiful details and decoration, I was so angry and on the verge of tears.
- The timber framed doorcases have unusual strapwork decoration and pretty teardrop style fanlights above.
- The only decoration is a picture window that frames the bordering pastures.
- The frames of Swedish rococo looking glasses followed the fashions of the day, with the crown and base often ornamented with rich rocaille decoration.
- The reverse of the vessel bears brushed cobalt blue floral decoration at the shoulder and a continuation of the flowers that appear on the front.
- However, these vast Roman vistas are processed through the Rococo penchant for grandiose ornamentation and are window dressing, pure decoration.
- All have applied ornament as well as etched or engraved decoration on a spot-hammered ground.
- Standard Royal Worcester with floral decoration and Victorian dinner services are struggling to find buyers.
- All contain decoration, embellishments, fringing, or cut-out design-work of the paper.
- In Spain there, they were very famous for not using stone or brick, they would do everything in wood with adornment and decoration.
- Gilding may also be ornamented by various types of relief decoration.
- Punches and coggles were used to apply bands of decoration such as circles, stars, floral emblems, and other motifs.
- Each spoon in the set has different applied ornament and etched decoration on a hammered ground.
- Economically priced, they make up in lack of detail and decoration with their quirkiness.
- The manuscript is also rich in ornamental decoration, to which those of the other exemplars are stylistically related.
- At the window of her neat Balby home twinkles a Christmas tree while other festive decorations adorn the living room.
- One of their noticeable features is the profusion of hollowed-out window decorations.
- At the back is a magnificent selection of Christmas trees and decorations.
- This year she will be making floral arrangements, which will serve as place settings and decorations.
- Surely it would not take much to put a few lights along the shops or decorations in the windows to create an ambience?
- We'll go and get a couple of new ones later in the week, along with some hangers so we can put the rest of the decorations on the tree.
- The church is now getting decorations in place, with the tree decorated in blue and silver this year.
- Although tinsel is very pretty and is a common decoration on trees, your pet may swallow it.
- At the moment, shops have decorations in every window, and the neighbours are planning a cookout.
- We would like to thank the children for making the decorations for the tree themselves.
- The community centre looked its best for the party with its Christmas tree and Christmas decorations.
- Fill large goldfish-type bowls with shiny glass globes and ornaments to create simple decorations.
- I've collected my tree decorations over many years and each holds a treasured memory.
- Today, the roundabouts are festooned with decorations and blue and yellow lights.
- I sat up all night, then I took down all the Christmas cards and the decorations of the Christmas tree.
- Every bedroom has its own Christmas tree and festoons of decorations.
- Dad travelled lots with his work, promising to bring back a tree decoration from every country he had visited.
- The students will also dress in fancy dress as well as dressing up the animals using Christmas decorations such as tinsel and lights.
- Already I have spotted the first Hallowe'en decorations in store windows.
- Special shops have come up to sell tree lights, decorations and optic wreaths in the city.
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