In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reciénnewly baked/arrived/married — recién horneado/llegado/casado
- a newly discovered manuscript — un manuscrito recientemente descubierto / que acaba de descubrirse
- However, in some cases heavy losses occurred among recently shorn sheep and newly born lambs.
- Here's a picture of that ancient, newly discovered frog from the hills of Kerala.
- Moreover, the bulk of the newly acquired lands were not democratically distributed to yeomen pioneers.
- In order to foot the bill the city is using newly acquired powers that allow the authority to borrow much more than previously agreed.
- Proud Sardinian producers already are taking steps to preserve their newly discovered heritage.
- If your pet is a newly acquired puppy then rampant chewing goes with the territory.
- The Congress also showed realism about India's newly acquired nuclear weapons status.
- Why would a record company place a newly discovered work of art on an album that's a collection of oldies and call it a bonus track?
- Here I am in a boat, with fellow fisherman, Hal, pitting my newly acquired skills against the canny trout.
- You see, he will need to get out of this bed to be able to use his newly acquired toilet skills during the night.
- His favorite part of his newly acquired apartment is the balcony that overlooks Eagles Bridge.
- I'm cured and I will now give you advice based on my long experience of this condition and newly acquired insight.
- The recent debate in the newly formed Northern Ireland Assembly drives this point home.
- Ami's tale concerned a day at the lake - and the newly discovered joys of birding.
- He said he had recently bought five newly released movies on DVD from Nu Metro.
- He did not say that some of the newly acquired information was three years old or more.
- One of the success stories of more recent times is the newly formed Active Retirement Club.
- If I continue with this newly acquired skill of holding my breath, I may still survive.
- Hands trembling while holding your newly acquired gadget you dash to your car.
- It helped the fragile, newly emerging state acquire a sense of itself.
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