In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recuerdo masculinosouvenir masculinosouvenir of sth — recuerdo de algo masculino
- I kept the menu as a souvenir — guardé el menú de recuerdo
- However, sales of souvenirs, books and maps were up on 2002.
- We do not need or desire souvenirs from events that are repeatable.
- The tartan, whatever it is, will provide a souvenir when he departs Scotland in June.
- The centenary souvenirs will be on sale at home matches and have so far been selling well.
- Light music was played throughout the evening and key chain souvenirs were given out to the visitors on that day.
- Even if you don't own a bird, these splendid cages make for unusual and decorative souvenirs with a distinctively Chinese look.
- Afterwards they can take home their video recordings as souvenirs of their memorable performances.
- Sometimes we hear complaints that some souvenir shops sell mass produced souvenirs often made outside New Zealand.
- Across the street was a post office, so I took advantage and mailed my first batch of souvenirs home.
- The Denver station has a large waiting room, a store for souvenirs and a snack bar.
- I had packed up a box of gifts and souvenirs to ship home, so we went to the post office.
- And afterwards they gave him the ball as a souvenir and a producer took him to see the control room.
- Officers have been on hand at university events giving away cups, bottle openers and other souvenirs with logos reminding them how to keep safe.
- This shop now has a wonderful stock of gifts, souvenirs, music books, songbooks and instrument manuals.
- I'm currently awaiting a shipment of curios and other souvenirs for the gift shop.
- There will be special quiz shows and the winners will be awarded with souvenirs to remind them of their participation in the fiesta.
- The eggshells are used to produce souvenirs and lamps, which have had great popularity with the Austrian consumer.
- It is also hoped to have a few short races for tiny tots and all will receive special souvenirs of their first outing.
- Despite the fact that these books were written in Mandarin Chinese, patrons still took the books home as souvenirs.
- The company, selected through bids, should provide ready made food and drinks, souvenirs and ferry tickets at two points.
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