In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recubrirencostrarencrusted with sth
- boots encrusted with mud — botas con una costra de barro
- a gown encrusted with jewels — un traje incrustado / con incrustaciones de pedrería
- The dull grey concrete of the flats was coated in a layer of thick slimy mould and the windows were encrusted with smog fumes.
- Once it takes hold it encrusts boat hulls and propellers, and chokes pipes and aquaculture.
- The corners of his mouth were still encrusted with chocolate from his cookies.
- Outcrops of these green sandstone ledges are so encrusted with fossil oysters that they look like rubble from ancient middens.
- There is a good covering of marine life, and many rocks are encrusted by a hard pink growth.
- When I arrived, and removed my glasses to take my helmet off, I found I could see much better without them thanks to the ice crystals encrusting the lenses.
- The rim of the windowpane was encrusted with snow.
- A shoal of silvery pollack hurried away above some huge boulders covered in brilliant pink and red encrusting algae.
- Though the island is of volcanic origin, corals have encrusted her flanks and over the millennia these have built reefs, growing farther and farther out to sea.
- Every surface is encrusted in sponges, corals and weed.
- Steep sloping walls and cascading waterfalls of coral encrusted the features like a blanket of molten lava.
- It was hard to tell of course considering the state of him, hard to see beyond the filth that encrusted his body and clothing.
- Washing out her blood encrusted hair, she watched the dirty brown stains run down the bath floor, in twisted patterns, that stuck in some places.
- They are covered in encrusting life and soft corals and often surrounded by big pollack and schooling fish.
- Salt crystals encrust your shoes and coat your pants cuffs, and you begin to think your own cells are turning to salt.
- That gritty feeling in my eyes, as if the lids were encrusted with sand; it would pass.
- Being in such shallow water, the coral encrusted wreck is a mini-ecosystem in itself and snorkeling here is like being in a large aquarium.
- A thick layer of ice encrusted the surface of the dark water.
- The fronts were encrusted with dried mud, collected over the years.
- This is probably the most colourful zone of our inshore waters and rocks are often a warm, pinkish-purple colour, thanks to encrusting algae.
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