In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(area/setting) ruralhe loves the rural life — le encanta la vida del campo
- Here the rural areas too were in the hands of the towns and the patriciate ruled unchallenged.
- Paranoid disorders are more common in people who live in towns and cities than in rural areas.
- It should be possible to give road fund licence breaks to people in rural areas.
- It is those in rural areas, who have no choice, who deserve better from the government.
- Yet our politicians feel the need to bite the very hand that feeds our most deprived rural areas.
- The courses are not only open to farmers but to everybody in the rural community.
- Many of your readers must live in rural areas where the sight of a policeman is something of a rarity.
- She liked it away from the noises of the city and could see herself moving out into a rural town one day.
- There is definitely a rich and poor side to Havana that isn't as distinct in the more rural areas.
- It is the only unitary authority in the country to gain the award in the rural economy category.
- It is time for some common sense on these matters for in a rural area like Wiltshire the car is not going to go away.
- At the same time, there is increasing pressure on rural areas to provide for more people.
- We are told that rural communities live in terror of crime and it might be true.
- Each Special is allocated a beat or a shift either in the town centre or the rural areas.
- Regional licences are seen by many as the best way to introduce competition in rural areas.
- West Craven is a rural area, which does not receive as much funding as urban areas.
- There he showed how much he was listening to the countryside by thumping a rural protestor.
- There had been a huge population drift from the rural areas to the towns and cities.
- There are generally no other jobs available for unemployed farm workers in a rural area.
- Another person thought that it might be something about having grown up in a quiet rural area.
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