In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(valley/harbor) abrigado(life) protegidoshe had a sheltered upbringing — fue criada entre algodones despectivo
- sheltered industry — industria protegida
- sheltered accommodation / housing — viviendas vigiladas para ancianos y minusválidos
- Product of a fairly sheltered life, she begins to experiment with how far she can and should go with boys.
- Moreover, Isaacs continues, actual physical fighting is a rare occurrence in her students' sheltered, supervised lives.
- It also once sheltered 3000 of the city's homeless.
- In our mind's eye we can see the tipis scattered along the sheltered areas with always a few sentinels at the tops of the hills.
- In contrast, Florence - lush, fertile, and untamed - offers Lucy a taste of life outside her sheltered existence in England.
- She's not like us London girls, you know, she's led a very sheltered life.
- The park's principle feature is the sheltered Soper River valley.
- This is the mouth of the Pigeon River and is well sheltered from wind and waves for about a mile, until it opens into Pigeon Bay.
- The more calcified ones tend to live in sheltered environments or deeper water, especially the more delicate species.
- I don't often think of myself as being a target of bigotry, and maybe I'm a little sheltered.
- He explained that growing up under apartheid as a white South African meant a sheltered life, hidden from the actualities of the regime.
- Le Goulet (The Narrows) is the entrance to the sheltered harbour of Brest.
- Australians need to remember (for all our faults and problems) how well off we really are and how sheltered we are from the worse excesses of the world.
- And if there is an unfavourable wind or swell, there are plenty of worthwhile sheltered sites which are also suitable for novices.
- I think I was sort of sheltered.
- Jane Seymour does an excellent job with the deceptively difficult role of Solitaire, who must be a bewitching beauty but also one who is convincingly sheltered and innocent.
- There is also a kickabout area with goalposts, basketball/netball hoops, a cricket wicket, and sheltered seating.
- In case you're totally sheltered, Adam West was the iconic Batman of the 1960s camp classic.
- We did dinghy drill in the harbour and this usually finished with us swimming around in the beautifully clear waters of this sheltered haven.
- He wandered alone, in and out of sheltered bays.
- But if Gail Woodhouse wanted to shape a nice sheltered existence for her youngest daughter, more power to her; the truth would have startled her into shiver shock.
- This sought to create a much more sheltered place for shipping.
- Its sheltered atmosphere is a rest stop for crow-sized cattle egrets.
- It's not that the administration has sinister intentions, but they might be mistaking poor populations in needy countries for sheltered children of privilege in Connecticut country clubs.
- I was young and sheltered, largely innocent of racial politics.
- They will stand as a continual inspiration for the living who look upon them and are sheltered by them from sun and storm.
- During my dive the current was coming from the east, so we entered the water on the sheltered west side of the Mulberry.
- For example, Old Squaw move to sheltered lagoons along the Beaufort Sea coast.
- Perhaps the Flight girls, growing up on the Bell Block farm close to the Mangoraka stream, lived somewhat isolated, sheltered lives.
- Cowes owes its fame to its small harbour and to Cowes Roads, the deep and sheltered waters that lead to it.
- He comes off very much as a loved but sheltered little boy, with his exposure to his uncle Terry giving him his first real taste of life.
- This is a small city at the head of a sheltered bay, hammered in by the mountains.
- Salutay sticks to the more sheltered east coast, and life takes on a familiar pattern.
- The area is sheltered from the south by an ivy-covered brick wall.
- Yes, I led a sheltered life.
- I guess in my otherwise sheltered life that would have to be my claim to fame.
- The best metaphor for my sheltered existence is that of a womb with internet access.
- Perhaps I've led a particularly sheltered life, but I don't believe this represents normal conversation for a first date.
- As climate alters, the location of these sheltered areas could change.
- Overnight the winds increased forcing us to dive the sheltered side of the islands for the remainder of the trip.
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