In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(sports shirt)camiseta femenino
- Mark Rice was consistently weaving through the purple jerseys and supplied St. Paul's with plenty of ammunition.
- The coffin was draped with the Kilkenny jersey and the Galmoy jersey.
- A dress code had been in operation at the pub for eight years banning tracksuits, runners and football jerseys specifically.
- Although Dad is taking neither a Wallabies jersey or footy jumper to wear at the game.
- The reason why Limerick's squad was so depleted was due to a growing injury list and they simply hadn't the bodies to fill the subs jerseys.
- She didn't look up, but saw it was a guy wearing a hockey jersey and tracksuit pants was the offender.
- I must have looked strange to them, dressed as I was in a football jersey and torn jeans, Converse All-Stars on my feet.
- Do they simply add them to their jersey pockets or do they attach them to their bodies under their jerseys?
- For sportswear firms the replica jersey market is a huge earner.
- Rock had worn his new jersey and he'd bought himself a new Red Sox hat, offering to buy Ally one too.
- A skinny white thug in a Lakers jersey lunged in my direction with a purpose.
- The other is for touch football jerseys, which give an authentic athletic look, but are a good cut for streetwear.
- If you're on a team, and required to wear identical jerseys, don't neglect to bring matching jerseys.
- He pulled on the jeans and the jersey, and then grabbed his red baseball cap from where it was sitting, on his stereo.
- He was wondering why no one had noticed that he liked to wear long sleeves under his jersey.
- Suede also proved that urban fashion isn't always about baggy jeans, jerseys and Snoop Dogg.
- The referee didn't allow them to play as both the jerseys looked alike under yellow light.
- Itto was in one of his red football jerseys and jeans, he was lounged out on the couch watching cartoons.
- The new jerseys were the blue and white striped jersey, the colours that the teams still play in.
- I was merely commenting how superior the Assos jersey seemed, compared to the other jerseys in my burgeoning collection.
1.2(fabric)jersey masculinotejido de punto masculinoa wool jersey dress — un vestido de jersey de lana
- I then tramped downstairs, still in my hockey jersey, my jeans and my Converse.
- She's very realistic, she's got real hair and she's wearing a little pinafore and a jersey and so she's a very normal little girl.
- I love working with jersey fabrics because it's easy to wear and comfortably drapes over a women's frame.
- Virtually all the customers are men in grey wool jerseys; most have red suspenders.
- Not wanting to miss out, I pick an item at random - a nice red dress made of classic jersey, or possibly cashmere - and clap vigorously.
- Underneath I wore either a short sleeve or long sleeve jersey while cycling or a turtle neck shirt during leisure wear.
- Plain suiting and tweed is teamed with slick, shiny leather and fine jersey tops.
- I answered, clutching at the hem of my oversized jersey as a cold draft blew around my exposed legs.
- By 6 pm, the Coast Guard team arrived with Charles' body, which was clad in a red jersey and black trousers.
- On top of their sweaters the students pulled on coloured checkered jerseys.
- The top, though long enough to cover the waist of the pants, was of jersey material, which meant a constant pulling down.
- Jeneane from Calgary made the latest pattern from Loes Hinse in red cotton Lycra jersey.
- Knit fabrics are available in a wide variety of styles and textures - from sporty to elegant, jersey to velour.
- The tanned, trim body was wearing a blue-and-white striped jersey with the sleeves pushed up and gabardine pants.
- He tugged a woolen jersey from his pack and pulled it on.
- Glove-fit suede, plonge lamb and leopard combined with crepe, jersey and silk chiffon were also introduced.
- Tops work both day and night whether you chose fine zig zag knits or super smooth jersey.
- If it is not that cold, a jersey dress made of soft warm jersey would be wonderful, over your wool stockings and under your warm coat.
- The Harmattan, the seasonal desert wind, blew constantly, a sharp chill keeping us in long trousers and jerseys even by day.
- When I moved my trade show uniform from an ottoman rib to a jersey knit, he adjusted the tape to make the new shirts look better than the old ones.
- One man was dressed in a grey jersey, three-quarter jeans and carried a shotgun.
- I've resorted to thermal underwear, several layers of jerseys, winter stockings and a polar fleece jacket.
- I brought a range of things from dresses to mini skirts to tank tops to trousers and jerseys.
- She wore denim jeans, a sky blue cotton jersey with navy blue sleeves, and a beaded necklace.
- Jessica had pulled her jeans on over top of her pajama pants, and wore a baggy jersey, all of which was dripping.
- The jersey fabric flatters and leaves you room to move, thanks to a small dose of Lycra.
- She settles on insulated booties, oversize pedals, and a clear slicker, which she slips over her jersey.
- Cotton flannel or jersey sheets are another healthy option because they're not treated with chemicals.
- The fabrics for spring are satin, jersey, chiffon and lace, turning up in every category from street wear to evening wear.
- There is a pale colour printed viscose jersey T-shirt dress that is very easy to wear.
- I wiped the smile right off her face, she says, like she used to wipe her school slate clean with a bit of spit and an unwinding jersey sleeve.
- Trouser suits and jersey knit tops are key items in what she calls her seasonal capsule wardrobe of significant items.
- North-eastern Division police, who were then alerted, said the body was clad in a brown jersey and black short pants.
- Fabrics offer luxurious style in rich velvets, sheer chiffon, shiny satin and slinky jerseys.
- Stretch shiny silk satin, light stretch silk twill, jersey, nylon taffeta, and leather dominate the collection.
- The man also wore a mustard coloured jersey or cardigan, a white shirt with thin, dark vertical lines and a fourteen and a half collar.
- The fabrics are understated, using simple knits, jersey cotton and moleskins.
2.1(la isla de) Jersey
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