In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(boots/coat) de (piel de) leopardo
- The Conservative chairman stole the show at last year's party conference when she stepped out in striking leopard-skin shoes.
- It will make it a lot easier to return those leopard-skin pants you purchased in a moment of midlife madness.
- When last seen, Imelda was wearing leopard-skin ski pants, a white jumper, blue denim jacket and black shoes.
- One year, I think she was in a leopard-skin bikini with a live leopard on a leash.
- This is the show where Rachel Hunter exclusively revealed: ‘Actually, I've only got one leopard-skin outfit and that's it.’
- I mean, it's hard to take the educational content seriously when Alexxi appears in lesson one with pink lipstick, pierced nipples and a pair of leopard-skin cycling shorts.
- He turns up for the audition wearing pink leopard-skin pants, pointy boots, a suede jacket and sunglasses.
- She was wearing a leopard-skin top, beautifully offset by a cluster of diamonds.
- He seems to relish the more grotesque aspects of the character as he is frequently seen in nothing but leopard-skin briefs and a day-glo orange tan and is reduced to a gibbering, drooling wreck by the time of the film's finale.
- I have a leopard-skin outfit I got in the mail from Frederick's of Hollywood that I can still fit into.
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