In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for cooking)cocina de queroseno femeninococina de kerosene femeninoestufa de kerosene femenino América Latinacocina de parafina femenino América Latina
2(for heating)(with fuel oil) estufa de gasóleo femenino(with fuel oil) estufa de gasoil femenino(with fuel oil) calentador de gasoil masculino(with kerosene) estufa de queroseno femenino(with kerosene) estufa de kerosene femenino(with kerosene) calentador de queroseno masculino(with kerosene) calentador de kerosene masculino(with kerosene) estufa de parafina femenino América Latina(with kerosene) calentador de parafina masculino América Latina
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