In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(invariable adjective) cadaeach question is worth five points — cada pregunta vale cinco puntos
- each one is hand-painted — cada uno de ellos está pintado a mano
- each one of us/them — cada uno de nosotros/ellos
1cada unocada unaexamine the rings: each represents a year's growth — observen los anillos: cada uno representa un año de crecimiento
- we passed through several villages, each more picturesque than the last — pasamos por varios pueblecitos, a cuál más pintoresco
- each in turn stepped onto the stage — uno por uno fueron subiendo al escenario
- I'll have a little of each, please — sírveme un poco de cada uno, por favor
- So if two people are to be given a slice of cake, each of them ought to get a piece the same size.
- The names went on and with each one some lucky man let out a yelp and snatched his letter up.
- He eyed each one carefully and wondered if any could guess what he was about to say.
- At last we came upon a set of double doors that had a rectangular window on each of them.
- Responses to each of the items on the scale are given a score of between zero and three.
- Since then she has read each of the first three books three times and the fourth one twice.
- Every week there is a new rail scare and each one ebbs away at my confidence in the rail system.
- There will be three sessions on each of the first two days and then two sessions each day.
- Rub each of the boned chicken legs all over with a little olive oil and the thyme leaves.
- He has a growing collection of plastic dinosaurs and he can pretty much name each one.
- Each card is from a red suit but we do not know this: each of us sees only the suit of his own card.
- Fawcett's team won the last three ends but managed only a single shot on each of them.
- Place the pears in the bowl of water and lemon juice while you are preparing each one in turn.
- Klara had made each of us a pair of mittens to wear in the back room when it was cold.
- Staff manned a picket line on each of the three gates at the approaches to the factory.
- It is so heavy that it can only be pulled at a walk by eight horses, each of which has to give full effort.
- The activities or thoughts that bring on a state of flow are different for each of us.
- All of them have been so varied and each one is always totally different form the last.
- When the buns have risen, use the back of a knife to make a cross indentation on the top of each one.
- Place two small frying pans on a gentle heat and pour a little olive oil in each one.
- each of them blamed the other — se echaron la culpa mutuamente
- the missiles, each of which costs … — los misiles, cada uno de los cuales cuesta …
- each of us must do his duty — cada uno de nosotros tiene que cumplir con su deber
- he questioned each of them in turn — les preguntó uno por uno
3they each received a gift — cada uno recibió un regalo
- you have each been granted … — a cada uno de ustedes se le ha otorgado …
- John and Bill each won a car — John y Bill ganaron un coche cada uno
1we were paid $10 each — nos pagaron 10 dólares a cada uno
- the apples are 20 cents each — las manzanas valen 20 centavos por pieza / cada una
- I divided the specimens into three groups of about twenty each and handed out the first group after my talk.
- When we got married I think we maybe had 10 books each, including novels by Sir Walter Scott.
- German women are having less than 1.4 children each - only two thirds the level needed to maintain zero population growth.
- The glasses only cost $0.85 each, but the minimum order is for 25 pairs.
- Cinema-goers paid 20p each to become the inaugural customers at the 10-screen multiplex.
- Four seminars were held in July, one each for trustees, presidents, deans, and school heads.
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