In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mediodía masculinoat noon — a mediodía
- until noon — hasta (el) mediodía
- I'm enjoying sleeping in until noon everyday and having nothing in particular to do.
- All he wanted was dive into a steaming bath and then sleep until noon the next day.
- A typical day would have schools programmes from ten to twelve noon and again from two to three in the afternoon.
- The noon show is full on all days and even for the late night show, balcony seats get filled up fast.
- They rode on for hours until at around noon they decided to give their horses a rest.
- The fun starts at noon and will continue until late in the afternoon at the resort's annual West End Festival.
- Play will start at noon on Saturday and continue until noon on Sunday.
- The festivities start at noon and will last until early evening, when every canine will receive a doggy bag to take home.
- She wakes up early in the morning and works on her wood sculptures until about noon.
- His brown skin glistens in the burning noon sun, and his hair is tousled, streaked brown.
- I could tell by its position in the sky that it was almost noon, over twelve hours from the last thing I remembered.
- Tickets will go on general sale in Hull from 9am on Saturday and be available until noon on the day of the game.
- The traditional team lunch started at noon and went on until whichever nightclub you were in finally threw you out.
- As usual it starts on Wednesday and a decision will be delivered at twelve noon on Thursday.
- If you have the get up and go that boss Mike Ryan demands he'll let you stay in bed until noon once a week.
- The event is free from noon until 7pm but people need tickets for the evening concerts.
- Telephone lines will be open from noon on Christmas Eve until midnight on Boxing Day.
- He works steadily all day and into the early morning, sleeps a few hours, gets up and works until noon.
- The men stay in bed until noon, because there's nothing for them to do.
- In most of the places they were not supplied with anything to eat until noon.
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