In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(wall/façade) sólido(wall/façade) macizo(task/increase/support) enorme(support/task/increase) grande(heart attack/overdose) masivo
- Heating pipes ran under the house - massive things lagged with heavy brown felt.
- The tiger stands towering at what looks like close to seven feet, and he's heavy and massive to boot.
- And yet it is one of the most exceptional and intricate and massive buildings I have ever seen.
- She died the following February from a massive heart attack.
- She had suffered a massive heart attack 15 months earlier and was told she needed a full valve replacement.
- Those are patients with suspected heart attacks, massive bleeding, and serious head injuries.
- John Peel has died suddenly of a massive heart attack.
- There was a scraping noise, as of something massive and heavy being dragged.
- They were farouche, romantic characters riding arrogantly through the gardens on their massive elephants.
- Sadly, that was no use to my beloved mother who died recently - in Scotland - from a massive heart attack, while on a waiting list for heart surgery.
- One man was taken seriously ill after suffering a massive asthma attack following building work at flats.
- It's being reported that death was due to a massive heart attack.
- Dad died of a massive heart attack at the age of 41.
- He suffered a massive heart attack and underwent triple bypass surgery in 1990.
- The massive ramparts of the Citadel overlook the whole city.
- Beyond this roadside specimen is yet another grove of massive giants that takes my breath away.
- The ground shook and trembled, splitting apart, then ramming back together, forming massive mountains.
- Even though the chapel is a massive stone block structure, it has remained firm since its construction.
- He died after suffering from a massive heart attack.
- She said a post-mortem examination revealed he had suffered ‘a massive heart attack’ caused by a heart abnormality.
- It has a heavy skull and a massive neck, and it is also by far the shortest-legged and least cursorial canid.
- A lot of people, especially women, don't have any symptoms at all before they have a massive heart attack.
- Then, like a magic trick, you see its massive ramparts and golden sandstone towers, exotic and beautiful.
- In medieval Veliko Turnovo, royalty and high nobility lived in relative safety behind the massive ramparts of Tsarevets Hill.
- A 37-year-old woman has been given a second chance by a revolutionary new drug which saved her life following a massive heart attack.
- The royal tombs are layered pyramidal structures built of massive stone slabs.
- Marble and other massive pieces too heavy to cart away were among chief pieces left in the galleries.
- When required, a massive sliding door of solid oak protects the privacy of the bedroom.
- He had a massive heart attack seven years ago and doctors discovered he had the condition anti-phospho-lipid, a form of sticky blood.
- At last he allowed himself to go forward and lay both hands lovingly on solid, massive, unmovable machining.
- While driving his taxi looking for customers, he suddenly suffered a massive heart attack.
- Two years ago she had a massive heart attack, leaving her face partially paralyzed for months.
- Later, he succumbed to a massive heart attack, his family members said.
- Iron Age hillfort has three circuits of massive ramparts.
- The heavy and massive furniture seems doomed to remain anchored to its designated space.
- The group approached a massive stone structure at the front of the chamber that stood almost twelve feet tall.
- And he went to the gym the very next day and dropped dead of a massive heart attack.
- Our married life was too short - in March of 1983 my dear husband passed away of a massive heart attack.
- About an hour after dinner pop suffered a massive heart attack.
- Some of the cars had been crushed to the size of a chair simply because of the massive weight and unstoppable momentum of heavy lorries from behind.
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