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(publication)revista femeninobefore noun magazine rack — revistero masculino
- Wilson has written many articles for magazines and medical journals.
- Her background in writing started as an extension to that hobby, with columns and articles appearing in dog sport magazines and breed publications for many years.
- Print ads will appear in golf publications, Sports Illustrated and weekly news magazines.
- They often look to advertisements in fashion magazines or trade publications and to reviews of the runway shows for ideas about what to produce.
- He has a diploma in journalism and has published several features, stories and poetry in magazines and periodicals.
- Her stories, articles, essays and poetry have been published in various magazines and online publications.
- Like us, they're avid readers and enjoy perusing many periodicals, magazines and both local papers.
- Fashion arrived through illustrations and articles in magazines, catalogues, and trade publications.
- Through the years, articles on datolite have periodically appeared in mineral magazines.
- Through his books and magazines over a period of 18 years, he became the great communicator of swimming.
- There's a fascinating article in the new issue of The Economist, the magazine, a British publication.
- The tips are often random collections of articles licensed from how-to magazines and books.
- In nineteenth-century periodicals, magazines, and newspapers, articles on scientific issues were set side by side with fiction, poetry, and literary criticism.
- Consumer car magazines and publications like Consumer Reports provide detailed reviews on virtually all new cars.
- Readers appreciate the magazine if the articles help them gain knowledge.
- Lipsky, a journalist for Rolling Stone magazine, periodically chronicles modern college campus life.
- This was the period of books and magazines about agriculture and of the agricultural show for disseminating new ideas.
- Well, the many articles written in the weekly and monthly angling magazines about winter carp fishing are correct, with respects to the basics, so I will start with them.
- He had been interested in the weather since his childhood and now wrote for many newspapers and had published several books and a monthly magazine on the subject and also appeared on television.
- Since 1991, numerous popular daily and weekly magazines have published articles on Mavi Jeans.
1.2also magazine programTelevisión Radioprograma de entrevistas y variedades masculino
2.1(storeroom)polvorín masculinoMarina santabárbara femenino
- On either side of a tunnel deep inside the Rock, a series of huge chambers was being dug to accommodate purpose-built ammunition magazines.
- The latter were virtual subterranean towns equipped with barracks, kitchens, power plants, magazines, and even electric railways to transport men and ammunition.
- A massive internal explosion - probably in an ammunition magazine below a forward gun turret, had blown off her bow.
- Explosive is a tricoastal magazine, headquartered in New York, San Francisco & Iowa.
- All but a handful of those buildings are ammunition magazines, or ‘igloos.’
- She took two torpedoes and one bomb, which set off a magazine explosion.
- A torpedo had hit port side aft near an ammunition magazine, completely severing her stern.
2.2(on gun)(compartment) recámara femenino(bullet case) cargador masculino
- Remember; unloading your firearm means unloading it completely, so there is no ammunition in the chamber or in the magazine.
- Church continued to drive the Humvee on three tires for four miles while firing at enemy targets and changing magazines with one hand.
- Lona was loading her assault rifle next door with hardly a thought, mindlessly feeding rounds into two spare magazines, plus a third to be carried in the gun.
- The AK-47 was meant for troops with little training, who could put their weapons on full auto and empty a few magazines at the enemy.
- It's the only repeater in the line, and is equipped with a detachable box magazine.
- Most of the rifles chambered for the .284 have been designs that use detachable box magazines.
- The two magazines supplied with the gun are made of heat-treated, stainless steel with a smooth polymer follower.
- There is a spacer in the magazine which prevents longer cartridges from being loaded.
- When the bolt clicked on an empty chamber I automatically buttoned out the magazine, plucked a fresh one from my belt, and rammed it into the well.
- It was loaded with a magazine containing seven bullets.
- The feed magazine usually contains 70 rounds, while another ten rounds are in the upper mounting and in the screw feeder.
- It's pretty common for the top cartridge in the magazine to move forward a bit under recoil.
- I happen to prefer integral magazines to detachable box magazines, but that's just a personal choice.
- Yet when they are in the gun, cartridges feed from those Metalform magazines and into the chamber with utter reliability.
- They also found an AK - 47 assault rifle, five rifle magazines and spent shell casings on the roof.
- Feeding of cartridges from magazine to chamber was smooth and required little effort.
- Rather than sitting out in the open and reloading, he is better served with a gun that will take one of your dwindling supply of high capacity magazines.
- You have the rifle you brought with you to defend yourself from looters, and you have a magazine of ammunition.
- He worked as a First Class Stoker in the boiler room, switching to loading ammunition magazines when on action stations.
- The gun was identified as a German made 9mm pistol and was loaded with 9 rounds of ammunition in the full magazine.
3.1(for slides)(rectangular) bandeja femenino(circular) carrusel masculino
- A film magazine from a K - 24 aerial camera was fitted to the back of a C - 1 camera.
- He has been able to remove stuck CD magazines by using a piece of shim stock or a hack saw blade and going alongside one of the long sides of the magazine to hit the release.
- A clapper loader, ‘they load the magazines of film’.
3.2(for film)chasis (de la cámara) masculinoalmacén (de la cámara) masculino
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