In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ooh, this is delicious! — ¡mmm, esto está delicioso!
- ooh, what a beautiful sunset! — ¡ah, qué puesta de sol tan bonita!
- ooh, that hurt! — ¡ay, eso me dolió!
- Everytime I think of the way he ran his fingers down my back… ooh!
- I wish it were Christmas, with the family and gifts and wassail and - ooh! the music.
- Eva's sleeping on the bed on the other side of the cabin, and she's sprawled all over my bed, and on the kitchen counter, there's ooh!
- It was this program that alerted otherwise unimaginative network execs to an apparently untapped demand for the weird, and trained viewers to accept that sometimes, nothing makes se - ooh!
- You're feet - ooh, your feet - well, they've been whimpering ever since Southwark.
- I got there early, left late, and was surrounded by swarms of nubile young tourists on a sweltering hot day and… ooh!
- There was a swap meet ahead of time, and ooh ooh ooh!
- No, I really don't need my body right about now, not with this blistering pain arching through my wrists and arms and shoulders and… and… ooh, endorphins, now my spine feels all stretchy and spready.
- Yes, do you really think I'll learn the relaxed jester grin in no time - ooh!
- No; there can be as many angels in the same place as want to be, because spirit - ooh!
- But ooh, yes, what a pleasant surprise. Definitely weird and a teeny bit twisted - but also very listenable.
- And that girl you were chatting up Saturday night, Tim, didn't you say she was about, ooh… twenty?
- As usual, I start looking around way too far in advance (I'm not even thinking about giving notice until April) but ooh, this building looks lovely… they accept pets and everything!
- Plenty creepy, and there was all sorts of atmospheric sound going on that made it even creepier: the creeeeaky apartment door, the echoes of people walking up the stairs above us, and distant sirens - ooh!
- Few people like to be told that they can't pay attention for more than - ooh!
- My bracelet is silver, so no gold please. update: ooh ooh ooh!
- Upgrade by downloading a browser that supports web standards, and chances are that you'll have a far better online experience not only on this site, but - ooh, I dunno - at least ten or twelve others.
- If my typing seems unusually quirky and vivacious this morning, it's because I just installed a new wireless keyboard and mouse. ooh!
- Then that dot gets bigger, until finally it grows arms and a head… We started yelling, ooh, ahh, I want to kill somebody.
1to ooh and aah — exclamar embelesado / extasiado
- In fact, I've said as much from the depths of a battered sofa - oohing and aahing, swooning even - over his food, cleanliness, new hairdo, posh voice and green top.
- Everyone immediately forgot my stunning knitting achievements and began oohing and ahhing over her knitting.
- Actually, people weren't really oohing and ahhing over the shirt because it was black.
- Our ragtag party of seven probably didn't look very hip sitting at the long centre table, oohing and aahing at the surroundings.
- The touring relatives were babbling and oohing and aahing and calling out to each other as they started to wonder off among the aisles in search of more edible curios.
- Let's all rush out now and get hold of whatever stocks of telescopes, binoculars and magnifying glasses we can, crowd the streets at midnight and ooh!
- While oohing and aahing over the stars, we fancy that those are the same constellations that the ancient Greek philosophers once admired and pondered over.
- Across Cavenagh Bridge, dotted with tourists oohing and aahing at the view of the Esplanade, facing one way, and down the quays, facing the other.
- One of the world's greatest ever goalkeepers had students oohing and aahing in Rathdowney last week.
- I'll be on the carport roof with my ice cream sandwich oohing and aahing with the best of them, providing a mouth watering target for my paranoid, Holden driving, gun-toting neighbours.
- The audience was constantly oohing and ahhing at the magic of the play.
- It is a piece of music I adore, but I wasn't able fully to appreciate it, because I was silently oohing and aahing at the mirror effect.
- Anyway, after we had driven down the road a bit, oohing and aahing at the houses on this unknown section of road, we came across this house with this lovely pool.
- PR is the most imperfect science since astrology, yet publicists remain addicted to happenings that might cause journalists to ooh and ahh delightedly over what they are shown.
- The two that have significant others were oohing and ahhing over the way I looked, and I wasn't trying to show off; I had my jacket somewhat in front of me and my head down.
- I remember thinking, Pfft whatever… there's no point oohing and aahing over the view and wishing I was outside.
- I sat on my bed, oohing and aahing over every tiny piece of adorable newborn clothing - the little kimonos, the wee little hats, the tiny little tee shirts - until I pulled out a ratty Ace bandage.
- So the other day, I noticed a large group of people oohing and ahhing around one guy's computer.
- After oohing and aahing at the view (even me, vertigo-on-a-staircase man), we grappled with the extensive, if not adventurous, menu.
- And then she realised that the real-life prince she'd been oohing and aahing over all episode is a hideous inbred fug sporting a nose you could cut wood with.
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