In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1paliza femeninofemenino zurrahe deserves a good spanking — se merece (que le den) una buena paliza / zurra
- They got a lot more spankings than they probably deserved, but I didn't have a time.
- Surveys suggest that today only 50 to 65 percent of American parents say they administer spankings.
- She gave him a hard spanking; she was powerful for such a frail woman.
- As she got older, spankings were replaced with those looks: the ones that made you feel like the lowest form of dirt when you got them.
- I swear if the boy were only a few years younger I'll take him over the knee and give him quite a spanking.
- I'm not talking about a beating, just a very hard spanking - there is a major difference between the two.
- ‘You'll get a spanking if you're lying,’ he warned her.
- I scream and cry as my father gives me a spanking.
- If you don't get that look off your face then I'm going to give you a good spanking.
- I mean, I've gotten spankings and stuff, but Mom rarely smacks anymore.
- The resulting ‘thwack’ echoes louder than a thousand spankings.
- Krys cried louder like a child about to get a spanking from his father.
- She started it Dad, really I think she needs a spanking.
- He gave the candy bar back and got a big spanking from Dad when he got home, didn't he, Bruce?
- If you were bad, you were subject to verbal abuse, spankings, or you may not have been picked up at all.
- What is more important to emphasize is that spanking done in anger is very dangerous.
- Michael's voice sounds very small, like he's a little kid afraid of a spanking.
- The child adapts to this by accepting spankings and beating in some cases because it is right because the parent initiates the acts.
1(pace) rápido(pace) briosoa spanking breeze — una brisa fuerte
1spanking new — nuevísimo
- spanking clean — limpísimo
- to have a spanking good time — divertirse en grande
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