In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(delight, charm)cautivarher performance enchanted the audience — el público quedó encantado con su actuación
- And Alex was equally enchanted by this woman at his side.
- David was enchanted with his beautiful young bride and she in turn appeared to be very happy with her new life in Britain.
- Completely enchanted, they watched the diver from the comfort of the viewing tunnel.
- How is it that a story deceives us with its deliberate motive of telling lies, yet entices us, enchants us with delight and relief?
- He enchanted the audience with his sonorous voice and his evocations of Milan.
- The dream of flight has enchanted humans since ancient times.
- The changing light patterns will enchant people of all ages,’ he adds.
- He loved dogs and was completely enchanted by Lacy's affable personality.
- He is able to capture what's unusual and different and remains deeply enchanted by Asia.
- My goal is to create dazzling, juicy watercolors that enchant the viewer,’ she said.’
- From the moment I read that book I was enchanted with the heroism and gallantry and poetry of Collins's life.
- Sargent captured her youthful spirit and the complicated charm that so enchanted Parisian society.
- I don't know much about her other than that she is a BBC radio personality and has a name that forever captivates and enchants me.
- It has the royal rose, the fascinating lily, the alluring ‘mogra’, and a host of other colourful flowers which enchant visitors.
- Following the traditional fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty and with the musical score by Tchaikovsky, the performance is certain to enchant audiences of all ages.
- New acquaintances are genuinely enchanted by my son's name and that tickles me.
- Reia gazed out the window, her eyes enchanted by the world's serene beauty.
- This is evidence that buyers are enchanted by connections with the famous, however tenuous.
- Young international ballerinas in colorful leotards begin the evening with an excitement that enchanted the audience.
- What is it about Faberge that still enchants us today?
2(put under spell)hechizarencantar
- With his newly enchanted sword, the imps didn't stand a chance.
- Isn't there a Druid spell that enchants a cloak to help protect you against heat?
- It must create a magnificent spell that could enchant the whole land.
- Wizardry was the art of manipulating objects, doing things such as creating fires and enchanting items.
- Kim also enchanted his swords, giving them a keener edge and a hint of water to them.
- It wasn't only beautiful, but scary, too, as the best enchanted worlds should be.
- It was the first and only enchanted weapon that this world would ever know.
- The lights in the room danced as if some mystical creature had enchanted them.
- Each sword is enchanted in various ways, and each has unique powers, although none overpowered the others.
- It seemed to shimmer, as if it were enchanted; but it didn't shimmer with light, it shimmered with darkness.
- I can only think they must have enchanted glasses in there, because no matter how much champagne I drank, my glass never seemed to go down.
- The inside of the cottage was much larger than the outside and she new at once that it was enchanted.
- This suit is enchanted so it changes with you and it never rips apart.
- I try and rip the ever-tightening and heating collar from my neck, but it is enchanted and won't come off.
- The bag was enchanted, and could hold up to ninety pounds of stuff and still only weigh three.
- Dragotin's flute had a power to enchant listeners.
- It peeked beyond the brushes of the thorns that surrounded the dark enchanted lands of Ardor.
- The lightning bolt found its mark, but was defeated by one of the many enchanted items she wore.
- He enjoyed wandering that enchanted planet, taking in the magic.
- It was magically enchanted, so the vender said, and would protect me as needed.
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