In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to be preggers — estar en estado eufemismo
- Then she left school and she met someone, but fell preggers at 16.
- I know it really is important to look after your breasts when you're preggers - mastitis is an evil thing indeed.
- I think it's an interesting option, actually, and one I'd probably go for if I found myself unexpectedly preggers and that option was available to me.
- Look, Nadia, they don't give a damn if you're sexually active or not, they just don't want you to get preggers.
- He gets wounded and rushes home when he finds out his wife is preggers with his new son Edward, born in 1862.
- Nope, Jane ain't preggers yet, and there's no John Jr. in the works.
- Xander didn't really have much of a choice in getting Leah preggers.
- I really wanted to be a father and when she told me she was preggers I was so excited… then the miscarriage.
- The same thing happened when I was at the animal hospital, too; two or three people got preggers there, sometime before I left.
- Sadly the are other reasons apart from financial why what are essentially children having children should not get preggers.
- Before you can say, ‘Hang on a sec, darling’, she's preggers and her French boyfriend's on the boat train back to Paris.
- I mean, look at me - I'm married and preggers - who thought that would ever happen?
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