In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1atraerto entice people into the shops — para atraer a la gente a las tiendas
- she was enticed into marriage — la engatusó para que se casara con él
- they enticed him away with the offer of a higher salary — se lo llevaron prometiéndole un sueldo más alto
- nothing could entice him (away) from his studies — nada podría tentarlo a dejar sus estudios
- It's uplifting symphonic praise, enticing us musically back into the Age of Aquarius.
- An art gallery is hoping to entice sweet-toothed visitors with its new exhibition.
- A new expanded web site highlights the special services offered and its intricate design entices the visitor to explore each aspect.
- The notion of top-flight sides enticing contracted performers began to appear anachronistic.
- India is painted vibrantly, enticing the audience to experience it for themselves.
- For those with jobs, this may not sound like a particularly enticing prospect.
- Looking for a quick lunch, we thought a pub meal may take too long to prepare, but were enticed by the appeal of the hot counter.
- It entices customers in with a market-beating introductory offer that rises after six months or so.
- The club has come up with an attractive membership pack to entice new members.
- The youth have to be enticed with offers of foreign tours and mobile phones to join the defense services.
- Small window displays built into the outside walls show enticing arrays of fresh fish and shellfish.
- All these banks and credit-card companies are doing is enticing people to get into even more debt.
- Now the wheedling has begun again, this time to entice me into the maw of the ultimate terror: parenthood.
- This doesn't mean that they are easily enticed by new job offers, however.
- Best of all, this is a very fresh and enticing album that'll leave you bouncing as you listen to the funky beats.
- When he refused, they then attempted to entice him to get in by offering him sweets.
- It attracts a real cross-section of regulars, enticed by weekly live music and comedy and an evolving selection of cask ales.
- With its grass roof and its intriguing bridge, it immediately excites the curiosity, enticing you to cross it.
- Essential to making the event a success is enticing people to attend the party.
- This was too enticing a prospect to let pass before we commenced our craft tour.
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