In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(book/account) alegre(account/book) desenfadadoshe was in a lighthearted mood — estaba de buen humor
- It's a light-hearted gift set for the complete Tarot beginner, or a novelty deck for the more experienced reader or collector.
- It is one thing to put questions of this kind in a light-hearted quiz.
- Possibly it originated with Kant himself in a light-hearted break from the Critique of Pure Reason.
- It is a light-hearted look at the system and not overtly political.
- In this day and age it is hard to believe that people can be held up to hatred, ridicule and contempt by a light-hearted gossip paragraph.
- One of the awol elements is the first film's sense of breezy, light-hearted fun.
- Postings and weblogs covering broad topics about Japan, with emphasis on legit news as well as humorous, light-hearted content.
- Calypsos are often light-hearted musings on current events but can be much more serious, depending on the subject matter.
- That's the kind of light-hearted and spunky approach that packages the intelligent and truly insightful advice she gives.
- It's light-hearted fun in another week of undistinguished dross.
- But he could not resist offering a little light-hearted banter when asked how team management had dealt with the issue.
- It is a light-hearted romantic comedy, which revolves around a group of young friends and 10 days in their lives.
- I mean, the book is a very light-hearted memoir of my experience at the agency.
- It was supposed to be light-hearted, so I'm really glad that you liked it!
- She produces both an online journal and light-hearted podcasts about her life, but it's the latter that's more popular.
- The gift was a light-hearted testament to his ability to navigate both sides of this nation's racial divide.
- The light-hearted banter often gives way to arguments before someone intervenes with a joke to lighten the mood.
- It will be a light-hearted programme presented by a local broadcaster.
- Her light-hearted vignettes are woven in between clearly explicated theories about laws of possibility.
- Milano strikes a balance between more serious scientific research and light-hearted self-examination.
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