In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(decor/furniture/clothes) con mucho estilo(clothes/decor/furniture) elegante(person) con clase(person) con estilo(person) estiloso América Latina coloquial(resort/restaurant) elegante
- Its stylish reading room was one of the earliest works completed by the architecture firm of De Blacam and Meagher.
- From the kick-off both teams put on a display of stylish, exquisite rugby.
- The bar is stylish, modern but surprisingly in keeping with the ambience.
- That update of a stylish 60s cult show lacked the, well, style and cultishness of the original.
- Chambers did so in memorable fashion, looking the most stylish runner in all the early rounds.
- Children were challenged to design a stylish outfit able to withstand the British weather.
- Composer and concert performer Richard Dubugnon's work is spiky, stylish and short.
- One science teacher tried to convince me that his suit was stylish and expensive.
- The matching ring with a single chestnut-cut stone is the ultimate in stylish chic.
- Nolan is surely among the most talented, stylish and most creative film-makers of our times.
- At Kakatei, each food is contained in a stylish bowl and the presentation is elegant too.
- Sutton United moved into the top five of the Ryman League with another stylish performance on Saturday.
- The Bengal's interior is a wonderful surprise, contemporary and very stylish.
- Altman has teamed up with stylish US pay-per-view station HBO to get his flick made.
- Cheered but still sober, we head for the Monkey Bar, a more stylish and youthful venue in a Bath Street basement.
- Musically, too, it proves deeply rewarding under Yves Abel's stylish Mozartian baton.
- Told partly in flashback, this stylish thriller is a cool crime flick that keeps you guessing until the end.
- There is something for all levels of knitters, and some very stylish designs.
- Once in a while the right dress, fancy footwear and a stylish hairdo takes care of that.
- This is a stylish and vivid piece of baroque operatic theatre, compellingly updated.
- We choose Vrinda and Sylvie because they are different, contemporary and stylish.
- It's slimming and comfortable and stylish and is the perfect complement to either a smart or casual outfit.
- Despite losing some of its momentum in the reprise, this was a stylish performance.
- Davidson wants stylish activewear carefully designed for women's bodies.
- Observers were impressed by his stylish outpointing of Baz Carey, and he compiled six successive wins.
- Plenty of grip action on the sole section ensures that safety comes first with these snazzy, stylish shoes.
- The stylish cinematography shows New York at its most vibrant and sexy.
- Those who stand out for style in the high street are not always the most stylish.
- To do that, wear clothes that make you look smart, stylish and friendly but not formal.
- That is the kind of attitude that makes Scotland very stylish indeed.
- Both have a good selection of tailored/smart pieces that are inexpensive but stylish.
- A good girl can wear what she likes, provided it is stylish, demure, a decent length and a smart cut.
- It's perfect hair for now - it looks stylish even though it isn't a particular style.
- A man of great style and charisma he put his heart and soul into a stylish performance.
- That may well be Mr Jackson himself sitting in the car in peaked cap and greatcoat next to the elegant lady in fur collar and stylish hat.
- The black, leather suit she wore was more out of habit than style, though it certainly was stylish.
- The French and Italians spend small fortunes on these added extras, and always look smart and stylish as a result.
- Hip, stylish German film has little to tell but offers a lot of exciting cinematic exercises.
- If she intended to be racist then she missed the chance to use this punchier, but less than stylish, abbreviation.
- There was more of the same in the third set as the Belgian displayed some stylish tennis to race into the lead.
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