In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in soccer)cabezazo masculino
- The keeper saved his header from a free kick, while another shot fizzed just past the post.
- Ellison's goal-bound shot was well saved by Wilson, who then tipped over a stoppage-time header from Danny Collins.
- I've actually scored three goals with my head and I don't usually score three headers throughout an entire season.
- Neuville flashes in fabulous cross but Klose - who's scored all five of his World Cup goals from headers - somehow hits the post from about five yards with - you've guessed it - his head.
- When it came to scoring goals, from long-range, from headers, overhead kicks, close in poachers, Law was a genius when it came to putting a ball in the back of the net.
2coloquial(dive, fall)she took a header into the pool — se tiró de cabeza a la piscina
- Later, I realized my arm was sore because I did a header down the marble staircase at the old Roosevelt Hotel.
- Plus I was far less likely to further injure myself by taking a header down yet another flight of stairs.
- Horrified by the thought of seeing grandma take a header down the stairs then get run over by a piano?
- The first time the tot does a header into the wall, you want to die.
- Its also pretty fun to see the boss take a header and spill soda all over himself
- She nearly took a header down the stairs, but managed to regain her balance, grabbing the railing in her hand and making sure to pay more attention now.
3also header tankTecnologíadepósito compensación masculino
- The visible brickwork is neatly laid, and vertical alignment on the headers is maintained in the six-course repetition.
- Flemish bond uses alternating headers and stretchers in each course.
- Like Buck's Store and Dougherty's Tavern, the Custom House is laid in a Flemish bond with glazed headers.
- The Flemish bond brickwork with decoratively glazed headers recalls colonial architectural details.
- The bricks are laid in alternate pairs of headers and stretchers.
- The headers also fall on center of stretchers and head joints in adjacent courses.
- A Flemish bond is created by courses of alternating stretchers and headers, with every header centered over a stretcher above and below.
- The water flowed across an active oxidation area to wet the stone header over the top of the window opening, before pooling on the drywall soffit at the head of the window below.
- Missing from the Georgian facade are the earlier vernacular features of glazed headers, segmental arch windows, and a belt course.
- The first visible layer or course consists almost entirely of marble slabs laid as headers that span the entire thickness of the wall.
5(in text)cabecera femenino
- The header of the site has a blue and red design that hints at a furling flag.
- There are up to six levels of headers in an html document.
- That single line in the header of your E-mail is valuable advertising space; it separates you from thousands of other job seekers.
- Again, one file change can put a little red nose next to all of your headers, turn the text red and even make them display in a silly typeface.
- It counts forging headers, misleading subject lines or falsely claiming an email was requested as the defining characteristics of spam.
- One way to achieve this look is to create new paragraphs every few sentences and to interrupt long blocks of text with headers, bullet points or photos.
- Notes at the back have headers showing to which pages the notes correspond, a great convenience when searching for an elusive reference.
- In March she was assigned to Ellington Field, Texas (the book's headers and index anachronistically refer to it as Ellington Air Force Base).
- I can spot them from miles away: Random characters, tricky headers, too-generic or too-specific subject lines.
- A request consists of a request line followed by any headers.
- And running headers on each recto page in the catalogue sections could have supplied window numbers.
- You may have noticed the running header for these pages: Late Antiquity.
- For some that meant moving from writing each idea on a separate line to using headers and underlining vocabulary words.
- There are pages with headers such as, ‘What has been done to the children?’
- You ‘chunk’ your text, style your headers, optimize for search terms.
- Also, the print preview shows headers, like the page title and URL, which do not appear when the pages are printed.
- Back then, people had very light webpages, often with only a couple pictures consisting of animated gif horizontal line breaks and list headers.
- Organize information in a way that it would make sense to algorithms (using keyword rich page titles, headers and subheaders).
- Other programs more directly geared to the Semantic Web provide ways in which RDF and ontological data may be easily created and stored in the headers of the document.
- You can search for any text or for words that appear in certain headers.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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