In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1rara vezpocas vecescasi nuncashe seldom goes out now — rara vez / pocas veces / casi nunca sale ahora
- Trite stereotypes aside, folk artists seldom get the coverage they deserve.
- However, they seldom if ever attach themselves to an argument which has not already been won.
- Rivalry also bred lack of trust; allies seldom if ever trust each other entirely.
- Neighbours said they seldom saw the couple and that the daughters seldom visited them.
- The world's poorest nations seldom get the chance to frighten the super-rich.
- They were not sterile, that much we know, and I suspect they were seldom clean-brushed.
- I have seldom been so moved by the reconciliation of the lovers, human and fairy.
- The small, nondescript moth is seldom noticed as it flies in the evening.
- An eclectic palette of samples etched out paths seldom visited in accessible forms.
- Those who do not do well during those years seldom if ever catch up with the rest of the population.
- Rarely is a stenographer present, so there is seldom any record of the proceedings.
- His meetings were since then a must for me, and he very seldom disappointed in his approach.
- He's seldom been out of the country before on an official trip, a serious resume flaw.
- The needs and priorities of the people at the grassroot level are seldom taken into account.
- It was a very controlled and contained piece, the dancers seldom moving from outside a small circle of light.
- These days Brown seldom grants interviews, confining most communications to his website.
- Even the rows and rows of new motels seldom offer a lounge where one can catch a band.
- The actors seldom move: they are like tortured figures on a frieze in a besieged acropolis.
- It was also a chance to simply hear these great old songs live - a chance that people seldom had.
- He denied that the material was unsuitable and claimed children seldom enter the petrol station shop.
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