In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sexual)coito masculino formalacto sexual masculinoto have intercourse with sb — tener relaciones sexuales con algn
2anticuado(social) trato social masculino(commercial) relaciones comerciales femenino
- Honestly, this constant social intercourse is just exhausting.
- Ghanaian food is a currency for social intercourse: you walk into a person's home, therefore you are supposed to eat there.
- The same is happening with the WTO's attempt to impose a systematic rule of law on international intercourse.
- He was a perfectionist and he could be strict in social intercourse.
- Hunting, like the army, was in any case an extension of normal political intercourse and business.
- This obviously saves time and adds spontaneity to social intercourse.
- Such friendly intercourse was not the only way immigrants became native.
- Intellectually too, there seems to have been a surprising degree of intercourse between Europeans and the people of Lucknow.
- What was expected of the government was friendship, social intercourse, and sympathy.
- His feeling is that the community needs the service as a place for social intercourse.
- Travel to almost any city or resort in Europe and you'll see Irish, Scots and Welsh in friendly social intercourse with the locals.
- Some of them talk indifferently about intercourse and interstate trade.
- The Gaelic language ensures that even the most mundane of social intercourse became occasions of prayer.
- Ed is a lump whose idea of social intercourse is playing video games and practical jokes.
- Vanity is the cheese in the submarine sandwich of social intercourse.
- The people, she indicted, were not handsome and had no idea of the charms of friendly society or of social intercourse.
- As Europe's economy and society were relatively integrated, intellectual intercourse was easier than it seemed.
- Their language cuts through the niceties of social intercourse to fundamentals.
- Eye contact is essential for effective social intercourse.
- But even this line of attack fails to separate cliché from the common forms of polite social intercourse.
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