In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to give a running commentary on what is happening — comentar constantemente todo lo que sucede
- The president of the Swindon Old Town Rotary Club, which organises the annual event, gave a running commentary.
- He contacted police on his mobile phone and gave a running commentary on the getaway vehicle as events unfolded.
- This included the completion of a challenging course of tight turns and full boom operational manoeuvres while onlookers were given a running commentary of their every move.
- The screen flashed the contents of each player's hand and the hosts provided a running commentary on the wisdom of every check, call, and raise.
- The 55-minute documentary is accompanied by a running commentary.
- He also provides a running commentary, and this movie never leaves him short of things, primarily practical, to talk about.
- The All India Radio, Madurai, broadcast a running commentary of the event.
- She began her career with the AIR and FM Radio, New Delhi, and has done the running commentary on the Republic Day parade.
- Also, take a look at Tulip Girl, who has a running commentary on events and links to a number of other Ukrainian blogs and news sites.
- The BBC did broadcast running commentaries on the game but we did not have a radio.
- Was she going to give him a running commentary for the entire flight?
- Last night on the bus through Twickenham, two men in front of me were giving each other a running commentary on the shops and pubs and restaurants we passed.
- It is also claimed he gave a running commentary over his mobile phone of the movements of the neighbour in her house and garden.
- For those who are not too good with maps, the author guides you along the route with a running commentary.
- There were too many critics in the crowd who were instantaneously giving running commentaries.
- We were each given the free loan of an audio device which gave us a running commentary explaining the history and significance of the castle as we toured the site.
- The very efficient MC gave a running commentary on the parade as it passed the stand.
- A small onstage screen will give a running commentary in English.
- The event is also telecast live and a running commentary given through the radio for the benefit of devotees outside Madurai.
- During the flight passengers are given a running commentary from the flight deck of all the noises and sensations.
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