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 smashed — estar en pedo Río de la Plata argot
- to get smashed — pegarse una peda
- He had a cut near his eye, an open wound to a knee, a broken pelvis and a smashed and dislocated hip.
- The Three Horseshoes Mall has seen an increase in crime including broken drainpipes, smashed bottles and graffiti daubed on shop windows.
- I was shocked by the devastation and literally sickened by the site of people walking through a smashed window of a gem store and helping themself to anything they found.
- ‘My wheelchair is constantly getting punctures because of the smashed glass,’ said Mr Everton.
- The Ford lurched left, sending the truck into a roll that left a cloud of smashed metal and bits of those that had been riding in the bed into the air.
- That information led to a hate campaign against him that has included harassment, smashed windows, abusive phone calls and threats of violence.
- Relief camps have been built, telephone and utility links were restored on many islands, and dozens of smashed jetties were being reconstructed.
- Frankie was far more tipsy than anyone else, and was verging on smashed.
- A dark coloured Audi saloon parked at the roadside was badly damaged with traces of white paint left on its smashed panels.
- I ran down the stairs when I spotted Dante sitting in the passenger seat of an IROC with a smashed right headlight.
- But there are more important health and safety problems such as smashed beer bottles, dog dirt and roads and paths not being treated in icy conditions.
- Steady shelling was going on, and there were occasional spatters of machine gun fire through the smashed windows of her refuge.
- We got the bottle of vodka, come down the creek and let's get smashed!
- Broken glass from a smashed car window glimmers in the sun.
- It was nothing terrible but everyone had scratches and abrasions and there was a smashed leg and broken ribs.
- Surgeons had to rebuild his shattered leg and smashed face and he was told he would never walk without crutches.
- We said nothing as we stepped over the shards of roof slate and chunks of plaster and pieces of smashed doors.
- Since the accident Charlotte, who suffered a smashed knee and a damaged thigh bone, has had two operations.
- She also suffered a broken nose, smashed cheekbones and jawbone and lost several teeth.
- I didn't really fit in, not to mention I was completely smashed.
- Everything is dilapidated: broken or smashed windows and even the paint of the walls started to peel off and the school fence has also been removed.
- Your only hope for a good time is to get smashed ASAP and allow the spirit of the Broken Record to possess you as well.
- She watched as the gray mantled gull swooped down and greedily ate the smashed contents of the shattered clamshell.
- And then I must have hit the railing outside my door, over the concrete pillar, because I was just smashed.
- The defendant's car was badly damaged and had a smashed windscreen and two shredded tyres.
- Christine was already smashed and wanted to go home.
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