In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1she's got a lot of oomph — es una mujer llena de vida
- this dressing gives your salad a bit more oomph — este aliño realza el sabor de su ensalada
- Sounds prestigious, even if it's a friendly between teams who are not best known for over-exertion when there's no competitive oomph.
- And in fifth gear it simply didn't have enough oomph to overcome gravity.
- It's nearly a year now since I started the dance series and I need some extra oomph at the moment to push it on a bit.
- I won't be buying one; it looks the part but there's no oomph.
- For maximum oomph, lift two-inch sections of hair and spray at the roots.
- If you've decided you want to add a little, um, oomph, please, don't overdo it.
- Then real actresses could return to movie screens so audiences could have what they crave - good old sexual oomph.
- In this spirit, he decided long ago to place his oomph behind a world-class park.
- It was a novelty to not have a front seat, but the car had lost all of its umph.
- Thicker padding gives extra oomph while the underwire supports and lifts.
- But a row that was once as passionate as it was petty seems to have lost its oomph.
- However, once the rehearsals started, my umph quickly fizzled.
- Perhaps the expectations are too high, but I wanted a little more oomph.
- The new one lacks the in your face tongue in cheek oomph.
- The Students were driving me mad with their lack of umph and not being able to take control of situations.
- Although confidence could not have been a problem, the Knights seemed to lack the drive and desire they had shown in those two previous games and, after being put on the back foot, they did not have the necessary umph to turn it round.
- It's great to have such lofty goals, girl, but it'll take some extra oomph.
- There's also enough oomph in them to push the water up roof overhangs and second-story windows.
- They had a big choir, which delivered bags of much-needed umph to the performance of Vierne's Messe Solennelle.
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