In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1persona que tiene un hobbya photographic hobbyist — un aficionado a la fotografía
- Jason and Sam are among thousands of hobbyists who spend their weekends playing combat games.
- Still, the breeds are being kept alive by dedicated hobbyists who value the birds for their beauty and the satisfaction of raising them.
- His earliest recollection of becoming involved as a hobbyist was when in the early seventies he purchased two pair of border Canaries for his young son Eric.
- Remote-controlled drone aircraft are successful, and model hobbyists have been flying them for years.
- This hobby, considered the best teaching aid for learning about the world, helps to keep the hobbyists away from stress and pressure.
- We cater to both the professional and the hobbyist, selling paint in pints, quarts and gallons for you mural-painters.
- The first desktop computers were designed by hobbyists and a few daring entrepreneurs.
- When she started collecting, there was very little on the market for adult hobbyists.
- Making models of airplanes and ships and cars is what many hobbyists do.
- In 1914 the government had sufficient trust in its citizens to institute a patriotic scheme whereby lathe hobbyists would make fully functioning artillery shells in their garages.
- In the 90's computer programs developed by hobbyists grew into serious competitors to commercial software.
- The elegant environment and standard facilities will be not only a training field for professionals but also a base for amateur hobbyists to learn the fundamentals.
- Dozens of courses are planned, covering the spectrum from intricate design elements for professionals to pleasure courses for the backyard hobbyist.
- Keen brewers, artists, hobbyists and gadget inventors are being urged to start creating products to exhibit in this year's Loxton Show.
- The electronics hobbyists are going to love this.
- ‘His approach is definitely something most hunters I know would never do,’ says a hunter hobbyist in Idaho.
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