In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) encapuchado(garment) con capuchahooded eyes — ojos de párpados caídos masculino
- Two of the raiders were hooded and carried replica guns.
- His attention is then diverted by the sight of a hooded figure coming towards the shop.
- I walked towards the hooded figure who had been crossing himself and stood in front of him, palms facing out to indicate that I offered no threat.
- He turned around abruptly to see an old man in a long gray hooded cloak walking slowly toward him.
- I then managed to get myself dried and dressed into jeans and a hooded sweater.
- The suspect is described as a white male aged about 25, with a slight moustache, wearing a hooded jumper and a baseball cap.
- I turned and saw a blonde guy with really tight pants and a hooded sweater.
- A hooded figure appeared before him and laughed coldly.
- He was wearing a black hooded jacket and dark trousers.
- When he stepped inside the house, he was attacked by at least two, and possibly three, hooded men.
- He wore a black hooded jacket and a blue and white baseball cap.
- He was wearing a black hooded coat with a logo on the chest and the hood pulled up around his head.
- She was wearing a blue hooded jacket and blue jeans.
- He was able to distinguish a hooded figure in the fog.
- Women are being warned not to walk alone in any part of the town after dark as a hunt continues for a masked and hooded man who has been exposing himself to females.
- He was clean shaven with a dimple on his chin and was wearing a long, black, hooded coat.
- He was wearing a tan and black hooded jacket, blue jeans and had a scarf around his face.
- Three hooded figures stood in front of them blocking the road.
- The thief is described as white and aged around 20, 5ft 6ins tall, and was wearing a dark hooded jacket.
- As they got nearer, one of the doors swung open and a bent, hooded figure swathed in rags came shuffling out.
- It was hard to tell what he looked like since he had a hooded coat, the hood covering his face.
- They looked on as the crowd of hooded figures began to chant.
- I turned a blind corner, and nearly had a heart attack as a bolt of lightning lit up a hooded figure standing not two feet away from me.
- I grabbed my hooded sweater and ran out the door.
- Then, I put on my jeans, a tight red hooded sweater and my denim jacket.
- He was 5ft 6ins tall and wore a navy blue hooded top and black trainers.
- They would go out in the full moon, and they would dance around a fire in hooded garments and that kind of thing.
- The hooded figure spoke, his voice deep and emotionless as cold stone.
- A dark hooded figure loomed over her, a dagger raised to strike.
- Though the competitors are indoors they are all hooded, a common self defense mechanism among teenagers today.
- He was wearing a blue hooded sweater, black coat, dark jeans and black trainers.
- He had his sword in his hand, though he was unsure why until a hooded figure stepped out of the shadows and laughed menacingly at him.
- Underneath his blue cloak Holly saw that he was wearing jeans and a hooded jumper.
- The hooded figures looked at each other and looked back at us.
- He was in his shop on Monday afternoon when the thief, wearing a hooded jacket, leapt over the counter demanding cash.
- But in the darkness of the park we make out a dozen hooded figures skulking in a children's play area.
- After around 40 minutes, we heard the sound of breaking glass from the house and saw a hooded figure emerge with what looked like a computer box in a bag.
- At the kitchen door, she pulled on a long hooded coat and tucked her trousers into fleece-lined boots.
- The second part of the video, which was aired without sound, showed a hooded man demanding that British troops be withdrawn from Iraq.
- He turned and saw two of the hooded figures collapse soundlessly.
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