In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(frantically)(work/shout/rush) como un loco(love) locamente
- The young Goethe was himself madly in love with a woman named Charlotte Buff, who was to be married to his friend, Georg Kestner.
- As she travels about, she meets many interesting people, including the prince who falls madly in love with her in spite of the fact he believes her to be an ordinary country maid.
- He is madly in love with Bulgarian folklore, culture and the hospitality of people in Bulgaria.
- They go for a horse ride, and Boyd - who has never ridden a horse before - manages to get the insane horse who decides to just run off madly into the distance.
- I did fall madly in love with him and those feelings don't die.
- The programme ‘India's Most Wanted ’, which Anju anchored, was as much her idea as mine and we were madly in love with it.
- She is madly in love with Oscar, who regards her as his best pal and nothing more.
- A ‘precocious five-year-old’, he was taken by his mother to see The Sound of Music and fell madly in love with Julie Andrews.
- I fell madly in love with the pale pink rose-pattern carpet and matching curtains in my room.
- Before, a smaller black unicorn stood, his wild red eyes glowing madly, and his horn a dull, dull gold, like it was supposed to be.
- The girl is totally madly in love with the boy and the boy feels the same except they're both stupid and scared to tell each other how they feel.
- Born in Havana, Cuba, he was 12 years old when he wrote his first love song Caballo Desbocao about the crazy behaviour of a man madly in love with a woman who is reluctant to return his passion.
- Furthermore, she seemed to have it all, intelligence, friends, and a cute boyfriend who seemed to be madly in love with her.
- Even now I am smiling madly, like a Cheshire cat.
- Girls were always falling madly in love with him, but he didn't seem to care.
- Nonetheless, for all the protestations of the convinced minority, only a certain kind of mind can make the leap of faith to truly, madly, deeply believe in UFOs.
- Yet I was madly in love with a boy who collected the fees for deckchairs on the beach.
- Her eyes squinted madly, trying to make out the manner of the commotion around them.
- Second only to psychological drama and angst, geography is important to Walker, who falls madly in love with places and stores them up for future plots.
- The novel's heroine, however, is so determined to have her day in church that when her lacklustre fiancé dumps her with six weeks to spare she madly decides to go ahead with the wedding anyway.
- Both of the beauty queens are from Varna and are madly in love with the natural beauty of the place.
- Every pilot I've ever written, I've fallen deeply and madly in love with.
- He smiled in the way that fathers do… you know, that smile they give the boy that they know their daughter is falling madly in love with.
- Never before had he fallen madly in love with his own work.
- Peter Grayson was the smoothest boy in town and every girl for miles around was madly in love with him.
- He leaped to his feet, cursing madly and staring around with wild eyes.
- I fell madly in love with the country and its people.
2(very)madly happy — loco de alegría
- I'm madly busy — estoy ocupadísimo
- it's madly urgent — es super urgente
- they were madly in love — estaban locamente / perdidamente enamorados
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