In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1agotadoexhaustoto be exhausted — estar agotado / exhausto
- you look exhausted — tienes cara de estar agotado
- Tom is soon so weary and exhausted that he cannot even read his Bible, and he draws it out of his pocket one night and attempts to read it as his meager corn cake is cooking.
- After the concrete drain was uncovered the fire crew used specialist cutting equipment and a Kango hammer to smash their way to the exhausted dog.
- Two years ago, he could barely swim 12 lengths of his local swimming pool and would drag himself totally exhausted from the water.
- Think of the exhausted nurse working long hours in unacceptable conditions dealing with angry and often confused patients.
- Forest fires flared up again in Portugal just hours after 27 infernos were declared extinguished by more than 3,600 exhausted firefighters.
- I'm feeling permanently exhausted and strung out.
- In the eighth round Ali was able to knock down his exhausted opponent, who failed to get up to make the count.
- Everest is littered with the bodies of climbers whose exhausted companions had not had the strength to pull them off the mountain.
- I went to bed at about 1.00 am, exhausted and craving sleep.
- At this very moment, exhausted art students in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen are putting the final touches to their degree show exhibits.
- As he slept, exhausted prisoners lying alongside him fought for breath and invariably by morning, some had died.
- Here the survival of young children and exhausted parents often cannot wait for the ANC government's policy of long-term delivery of growth and employment.
- Young people you'd see in a bar, in a club, on the beach and not realise they were part of an exhausted dedicated team of Doctors and Nurses who were on Cardiac call eighteen hours a day.
- I will not ignore the messenger that stumbles in exhausted and obviously agitated.
- At 10.30 pm, some ten and a half hours after first hooking the salmon and in complete darkness, the exhausted angler felt that the fish was finally tiring.
- Eventually the exhausted, undernourished dog found the cage and waited.
- After about three hours of walking we arrived, exhausted and thirsty, to one of the most breathtaking sights I've ever seen.
- As the convoy arrived at the dock, the lorry doors opened and the exhausted, terrified lambs poured out, trying desperately to stay upright and avoid trampling each other.
- I think I'm more exhausted than Zoe is and I'm looking forward to getting on the plane home, but it's difficult not to feel a shiver of childlike delight in the magic of it all.
- They ran as far as they could, before they collapsed onto the field and panted like exhausted dogs.
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