In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hunting dog)perro de caza masculinosabueso masculinoa pack of hounds — una jauría
- After 1pm a range of events will take place at the Langton Wold Gallops including a parade of hunting hounds, a celebrity pony Grand National and dressage display.
- I also know that I have never found any evidence to demonstrate that hunting with hounds is an effective way of getting rid of foxes, a pest that was bred in large numbers in order to sustain fox-hunting.
- The hunting with hounds ban came into force on Friday and at the weekend four Hampshire hunts turned out - all passed off relatively peacefully despite a kill…
- The Dachshund was bred as a badger hound or hunting dog and is known to have existed from the oldest breeds of German hunting dogs such as the Bibarhund.
- Topics under discussion ranged from hunting hounds on the track, through to the future of the East Coast Main Line and problems at Leeds Station.
- In Drag Hunting, a pack of hounds follows a scent laid by a human rather than pursuing a live quarry.
- The hounds pick up the scent, and their prey is on the run, over open ground, across field, ditch and hedge, until cornered, exhausted, he stands his ground for the final, bloody, struggle.
- Leontius bred hounds of great size and ferocity.
- For thousands of years nomadic tribes of the Middle East have bred a hunting hound called the saluki.
- It will strike many as absurd that the Government is this week holding an unprecedented three-day hearing at Westminster into whether or not hunting foxes with hounds is necessary or cruel.
- Why can't they simply switch to drag hunting, when the hounds follow a scent which has been laid down in advance, and which no one - certainly not the new legislation - seeks to ban?
- The dog hound, bred by Jimmy Glaister out of West Vale Haze by Pinfold Rock, put in some good performances only to beaten on the run to the line.
- Billy's dogs become known as the best hunting hounds in the Ozarks.
- What struck me was the genuine enjoyment of the day, the health of the hounds (hunting hounds are starved before chasing a fox, and get badly injured) and the lack of cruelty involved.
- The final cluster includes scent hounds, terriers, spaniels, and retrievers.
- The pack of harrier hounds - a smaller breed of dog than foxhounds, but larger than beagles - is kept at kennels near Gisburn.
- Exemptions to the hunting ban include hunting an artificial scent trail, exercising hounds, and using no more than two dogs to flush a wild animal to be shot or killed by a bird of prey.
- Billy thinks that maybe on moonlit nights, Old Dan will be able to hear the baying of hunting hounds.
- He was judged against a flat-coated retriever, a giant schnauzer, an Old English sheepdog, a wire fox terrier, a saluki hound and Pekingese toy dog.
- Before the runner sets off, he is put in an enclosed space with the hounds that then track his scent.
2humorístico(any dog)chucho masculino coloquialpichicho masculino Río de la Plata coloquial
- This book is a great read for any music lover, vinyl hound or not.
- I think our police chief is a media-savvy publicity hound, overly obsessed with his own public image and the image of his force.
- The brown haired officer was clearly enjoying her cup, savoring it like a true coffee hound.
- When an insane publicity hound like this candidate finishes first in a congressional primary, the Republican Party has embarrassed itself.
- Underneath, his light-blue oxford was soaked, proving that the Northwest Passage could still make a sea hound sweat.
- While Margolese is not an obvious high-glam media hound, he is definitely not a low-road radio guy either.
- Mind you, to be called ‘unpatriotic’ and an ‘anti-Semite’ by this shameless publicity hound has to be a compliment.
- There is not enough general coverage for the average player but too much old, out-of-date material to satisfy the very strong theory hound.
- In between them, though, I am an admitted and voracious sex hound, not to mention a source of amazement to my friends.
- So there goes the number one glory hound of the Queensland Government!
- I was bemoaning the lack of camera while techno hound Bill got busy with his new cell phone.
- But I'm not a huge quality hound anyway, as long as it's in focus and I can hear it, I'm usually happy enough as long as the movie is good.
- Back in 1904, immigrant water baron William Mulholland arrived here with Frederick Eaton, the retired L.A. mayor and water hound.
- This marks an interesting divide because women - especially California women - have certainly been willing and eager to vote for that other rapacious hound.
- Her quietness, simplicity and complete disregard for the publicity hounds of the West puzzled reporters - but won her a very deep respect.
- Is this old Hollywood hound learning new tricks?
- Brennon is the real horror hound of the writing team responsible for this version of the film.
- When Paramount's lawyer charged that the author was a publicity hound, Dreiser jumped to his feet and shouted, ‘That's a lie!’
- We had 10 years to get his measure, and we got it well enough: he is a publicity hound, an arch opportunist, a cold-eyed political calculator - a hard man, it has to be said, to like, if not to respect.
- At New York University and Columbia, Greenspan honed his economics skills and earned a reputation as a tireless data hound.
- It can backfire a little, particularly if you are a hound for constructive criticism.
- Thanks to reader GDV, who pointed out the misattributed quote, and also to thread hound Mork, who noticed the same thing and laid out the facts.
- Not surprisingly, this gruesome war against the darkest recesses of the human spirit has left him a battered old hound, riddled with scars and guilt.
1acosarhe is being hounded by the press — está siendo perseguido y acosado por la prensa
- he was hounded from the city — lo persiguieron hasta hacerlo abandonar la ciudad
- At the time of the Nazi occupation of the South of France under the Vichy government, he closely collaborated with the Gestapo, hounding those Jews fleeing Nazi persecution through Irún into Spain.
- So it is to kind of hound people out though, isn't it?
- He was hounded out of his home city, citing racist harassment by the police.
- He is taking the risk of becoming a public figure with all the attendant hassle of being hounded by photographers and journalists.
- The other young ladies arrived, and Miss Fairfax found herself hounded with questions.
- There's been press hounding her, harassing her.
- To those supporters of Jim Jefferies, the former manager who left amid scenes of acrimony last year, or former chairman Deans, he is a hate figure to be hounded and harried.
- I got other troubles besides the hospital hounding me.
- So, the betting must now be that Charles will harried and hounded by sections of the media until he screams for mercy and agrees to do whatever they want, whenever they want.
- For doing this they were hounded by ridicule and persecution out from among their former associates.
- Since then, despite making regular payments, I have been hounded and harassed and feel the company has been arrogant throughout.
- In fact, I would generally harry, hassle and hound them until they give up or leave the country.
- No one will badger, harass, bother or hound you about your progress, or lack thereof.
- Lindy was persecuted, hounded by the media and the hearing, for security purposes, was relocated to Darwin.
- He added, ‘This did not prevent endless hysterical, persecutory coverage with tabloids hounding doctors and managers.’
- Credit card companies hound people constantly.
- All too often, burnt out teachers are hounded out by bullying managers, failing to recognise that there is still much to offer if the right flexibilities are allowed.
- It was on your mother's hounding that she agreed.
- Even the draft dodgers are not pursued and hounded.
- I don't like the idea of someone being hounded by anonymously sourced allegations in the press.
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