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 home)chimenea femeninohogar masculinothe cat was curled up on the hearth — el gato se había hecho un ovillo frente a la chimenea / al hogar
- hearth and home — casa y hogar
- There is an open fireplace with a slate hearth as well as a beech floor.
- The two double bedrooms are of equal size and situated on either side of a spacious bathroom; both have fireplaces with slate hearths, solid pine flooring and built-in shelving.
- Everything in sight was painted - tiled fireplaces and hearths, walls and floors, stairs and rails, and even the kitchen sink!
- The room has a high vaulted ceiling and a raised fireplace with a marble hearth and brick surround.
- The dining room features an open fireplace with slate hearth, along with floor to ceiling windows, and French doors that open out to the rear garden.
- A raised open-grate fireplace with a marble hearth provides a stylish focal point, while French doors lead out to the patio garden and let in plenty of light.
- Once the diving is over, the charming town of Inverary beckons, offering friendly pubs with aromatic birch logs in the hearth and stone-flagged floors, not to mention good beer and a wee dram if you fancy.
- He slid down to sit on the floor, facing the fireplace, its hearth stripped of ashes and as lifeless and bare as the rest of the house.
- To the right are the two main reception rooms, both of which have matching cast iron fireplaces with tiled hearths and insets, ceiling cornices and centre roses.
- The living room enjoys front garden views through a large picture window and includes an open fireplace with Welsh slate hearth, while the dining room has French doors to a timber deck in the back garden.
- Stone is often used for fireplaces, hearths, and accent walls in the home.
- Nothing beats the toasty comfort of a flickering blaze in the hearth while Old Man Winter rages just beyond the walls.
- Beside this, the living room is the width of the house and has a cast-iron fireplace with a raised hearth, and sash windows.
- Some lucky local with an open fire had determined the evening warranted a little extra cheer, more than the central heating could provide, and had lit a small blaze on his hearth.
- The fire blazed on the open hearth and sometimes the baker as it was called was hanging over the fire with a cake of bread being baked.
- Prominent brick or stone fireplaces with deep hearths are common.
- This metamorphic rock works equally well for floors, hearths and fireplaces, backsplashes, counters, and patios.
- The property has two marble fireplaces with marble hearths and fitted units in the kitchen.
- Slate is quarried stone used for fireplaces, hearths, and floors in the home.
- The latter includes a bay window, an Adam-style fireplace with slate hearth and a glass door leading to a covered veranda.
2(in furnace)crisol masculino
- Externally they are plain, internally they are complex with the curves of furnace and hearths and an impressive wooden gantry.
- Modern excavations at Giza have found remnants of copper and even the hearths or kilns used to process the metal into tools.
- People sold fish and fruit, and some dirty-faced men hammered metal over anvils after thrusting their work into a hearth.
- A reverberating furnace with two hearths heated a roaster to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit to calcine the ore.
- If a component was fairly large, he might have to modify his hearth to accommodate the work, and certainly needed to draft in help to control the hot metal on the anvil.
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