In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Later this month he will fly to Uruguay, and from there catch an ice-breaker ship to the base.
- There was a Russian ice-breaker tour, with tickets costing around $40,000.
- Celebrity Cruises travels to Antarctica with the polar ice-breaker Kapitan Khlebnikov, a refitted 1980's Russian polar research vessel.
- Data collection took place primarily on an opportunistic basis, typically onboard ice-breakers, naval tankers, cargo ships and other vessels.
- Land, ocean, and space-based infrastructure, including research stations, aircraft, ice-breakers, and dedicated satellites, could be centrally coordinated.
- An ice-breaker is to leave from South Africa Sunday.
- From 1947 to 1951 he directed scientific operations aboard submarines and ice-breakers during five cruises to the northern Aleutian platform and Beaufort Sea.
- It is named Arctic because it is an ice-breaker used in Arctic seas.
- Hovercrafts or high-speed ice-breakers could replace the boats in the winter, says Krantz.
- If its pressurized floes are thick and unbroken, it can stop an ice-breaker dead or slice the steel hull of a lesser ship like a can opener.
2EEUU(on bridge)rompehielos masculino
3(at party, gathering)someone mentioned baseball, that was the icebreaker — alguien mencionó el béisbol y así se rompió el hielo
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