In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1maravilla femeninoit's a marvel (to me) there wasn't an accident! — me parece increíble que no ocurriera un accidente
- it's a marvel how she copes — es una maravilla cómo se las arregla
- I don't know where I would be without the technological marvels of the twenty-first century.
- Scientists can create animals with the cells of other species, but are these chimeras medical marvels or high-tech monsters?
- He can still credit marvels, the little miracles and epiphanies that rise out of our daily lives.
- Still, not everyone is entirely amused by such technological marvels.
- Go to your local library, get a little help, and you'll be online and enjoying these marvels of both nature and technology.
- To many readers, however, the finest discoveries of the book would be priceless nuggets of information about the marvels of nature and antiquity.
- These things are marvels of modern engineering, if you ask me.
- While the salad was wonderful in its simplicity, the baked Camembert was a marvel of complexity.
- Custom barrels are marvels of technology and worth their price.
- He relied on his own innate genius in his lifelong quest to uncover the marvels of Nature.
- The canal was like any of our recent technological marvels, in that it cut costs and improved productivity.
- If we adopt a responsible approach to our use of the Internet we can only expand our horizons through the marvel of this new technology.
- It's a technological marvel and will give computer gaming a whole new meaning.
- The big bang theory, evolution, plate tectonics, and other scientific marvels fascinated me.
- The hand-dryer can either be a technological marvel or a complete waste of space.
- One of the marvels of the twentieth century is the electric alarm clock.
- Before my injury, this place seemed to be a bustling world full of life and technological marvels.
- The film deals with saints, marvels and even miracles and through this you are reminded that there is more to life than money and just making as much of it as possible.
- The book is divided into six cantos, describing the plan of the city, the monuments and the technological marvels of those days.
- You can spend a few minutes or a few hours exploring these architectural marvels without ever forgetting you're in the city.
verbo intransitivomarvelling, marvelled, marveling, marveled
1maravillarseto marvel at sth — maravillarse de algo
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