In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) animarse(person) reanimarse(business) mejorar(business) repuntarshe's perked up a bit today — hoy está un poco más animada
- if the weather perks up — si mejora el tiempo
- But then he perked up slightly, a sly grin coming onto his face.
- Even the lemon wedge could not perk it up, nor could the minute bowl of rice and broiled tomato au gratin that accompanied it.
- Just seeing Elizabeth on a wrestling show normally would perk it up just a little bit.
- The 1st film was bad, but it had comedy moments in it to perk it up.
- I perked up immediately and could see Don's interest gaining as well.
- If he perks up or seems interested in talking, stay put.
- Remove the glass from a photo frame and perk it up with phrases that complement a family snapshot.
- Bryce perked up instantly, grabbing the chance to stall with relish.
- Even though it's early in the morning, and breakfast hasn't yet been served, this statement perks some people up.
- I perked up a bit when I heard I would have my horses soon.
- I thought the lemon rind perked it up, but Lisa thought it was too lemony.
- So the demonstration, around 10 people shouting at once, perked things up a little.
- Three divisions of the National Guard stationed nearby perked things up a bit for most businesses.
- The kid had perked up considerably, and he hoped it was going to last.
- Tina perked up instantly, threw her arms around his neck, and kissed his cheek.
- There was nothing like a little betting to perk his spirits up.
- I could barely detect the horseradish in the creamy bed of mashed potato, a more generous grating would have perked it up.
- It's amazing how a bit of garlic and copious olive oil can perk things up.
- Just when things bog down, she arrives on cue to perk it up.
- Well that's just the thing to perk my spirits up.
3EEUU(raise sharply)(ears) levantar(ears) parar América Latina
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