In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) sano(person) lozanohe has a lusty appetite — tiene muy buen apetito
- Another chimpanzee to join the ranks of the walking wounded was the lusty young Nile.
- Dan will wear a Ball gown and sing a lusty version of Marilyn's ‘I Call Your Name’.
- Holiday romances will be particularly energetic, but even long-term partners will experience a lusty flush of new love.
- When mission was accomplished, Julian led the rest of the team in a lusty rendition of ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Us’.
- Strong, full of life, intelligent and lusty, he overwhelms the screen with his regal presence.
- After each of the acts lusty applause followed from the crowd.
- Five cylinders instead of the rivals' six, but this is still a lusty, lively, quiet and quality-exuding car.
- She also reaches the centre of a woman who is deeply vulnerable beneath the hardy, lusty 16th Century exterior.
- How could the Teddy Bears fail with such lusty backing?
- In those days, you got a lusty roar of animal brutality from the crowd.
- Before the men's singles final began, a lusty chorus of Waltzing Matilda turned Wimbledon Centre Court into an Aussie outpost.
- Despite her ‘studious and reserved’ manner she has quite a lusty voice.
- I think the healthy, lusty movement we all had at Henry Street was because we walked every day.
- Bob enjoys his current role swinging on the keyboard and singing his lusty songs.
- I thought that was the point, all lusty, hearty boys together at sea.
- His acting skills have never been strong, but Peter has made his name through pure lusty action.
- I'd gone to Australia for the final act, thrown myself into the requisite lusty self-destruction, the absence of care.
- I have no excuse but a lusty eye and a belly full of Dutch courage.
- Imagine those choruses of lusty male voices singing The Internationale on the soundtrack.
- So, all of you, sing a happy, lusty rendition of Happy Birthday for me and then belly up to the bar!
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