In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1inanimadoan inanimate object — un objeto inanimado
- she lay inanimate on the ground — yacía exánime en el suelo
- When spirits inhabit inanimate objects, they cease being inanimate.
- I personally think it's the people who pull the triggers that kill people, guns are just inanimate objects, machines that can only work with a person present.
- But the single biggest cause of snowmobiling casualties are inanimate objects.
- Even when we are a little the worse for wear through drink, our natural inclination to apologise to pets and inanimate objects comes to the fore.
- The national poll to choose a flower for each county mirrors the US, where each state lays claims to a series of inanimate objects as their own.
- One important distinction within the natural world is found in the fact that some natural substances are alive and others inanimate.
- Wind chill does not affect inanimate objects, nor does it affect people who are sheltered from the wind.
- Hallucinatory content can include inanimate objects, people, animals, plants and bunches of flowers, trees, and complete scenes.
- The dolls are inanimate objects given life and the creation of more of them lets the artists give flesh to the worries of the audience.
- The word ‘article’ means something inanimate which is not and never has been alive.
- In fact I have heard that good chess masters now study computer games and learn new strategies from those inanimate models.
- There may also be inappropriate use of toys, obsessive spinning of objects or attachment to inanimate objects.
- The viruses associated with the cold and flu can survive on inanimate objects and skin for up to three hours.
- And third, does not anthropomorphism require the transposition of human qualities onto an inanimate object?
- All of God's creation, animate and inanimate, reflected God's generosity toward his creatures and evoked an outpouring of praise and thanks.
- Those of you who have visited my photoblog may think that my passion in photography lies in capturing scenery, landscapes and inanimate objects.
- I still have occasional empathy with inanimate objects.
- First, it's a document, a mighty one, but still an inanimate object.
- One of the other themes that run through your work is anthropomorphic or inanimate objects that come to life in some way.
- I know it's not normal to shout and swear at the television - it is, after all, an inanimate object - but that is what I do.
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