In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The perky brunette bob and colourful T-shirts of her children's television days have now been replaced by flowing blonde locks and sleek, figure-hugging outfits.
- She wore a long black cloak that was billowing out behind her, over a figure-hugging black outfit.
- Minutes earlier, Charlotte - in a figure-hugging purple gown - had said: ‘I'm so happy to be here.’
- Innovations included a new figure-hugging shirt that was more difficult for opposition players to grab hold of than the looser shirts of the past.
- They tend to wear trendy figure-hugging clothes, some have a lot of facial hair or tattoos, while the older ones are often bald by choice.
- She wore what was for her fairly dowdy garb: a low-cut figure-hugging black gown that showed up her deep red hair to advantage.
- For example, I have a black dress that is fairly figure-hugging and revealing.
- And the glamorous lawyer showed she meant business earlier this week when she arrived at a Downing Street reception in a red figure-hugging outfit, upstaging the World Cup heroes in whose honour the reception was held.
- Winslet, wearing a figure-hugging corset-style black dress and a faded denim jacket, said it was lucky she had been cast in a dowdy role, because her weight ballooned during filming, which ended when she was six months pregnant.
- There are no figure-hugging, navel-revealing dresses or hip-shaking dances.
- Some were attired in figure-hugging minis, some were dressed in sparkling evening wear and a few in casuals.
- Turning, he found himself face to face with a teenage brunette in a tight green top and figure-hugging black trousers.
- Fabrics ranged from nylon (used in fabulous figure-hugging knitted frocks) to wool with plenty of faux suede and fur in between.
- The ‘American Psycho’ star was left red-faced on the first day of filming when he ripped the figure-hugging outfit as he tried to squeeze into it.
- If you're clever, you are not expected to wear a figure-hugging dress and kitten heels.
- She pulled out a purple, figure-hugging shirt that she had also customised.
- Some women prefer dresses, which skim and flatter her body to those more figure-hugging pieces.
- For some men, fashion today means wearing figure-hugging T-shirts.
- Some of the class are dressed as if for the gym; others look the part with leather raincoats, figure-hugging skirts and strappy tops.
- Young guys with bulging biceps and ravishing girls in figure-hugging outfits occupied every inch of the place.
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