In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1whereabouts in Austria do you live? — ¿en qué parte de Austria vives?
- whereabouts did you drop the key? — ¿por dónde se te cayó la llave?
1paradero masculinonobody knows his whereabouts — se desconoce su paradero
- In the meantime, Chu's whereabouts remain unknown although rumor have it that he could be in China.
- His most prolific discovery was the whereabouts of one of the people who planned the Final Solution, Adolf Eichmann.
- Meanwhile City Hall looked quiet on Thursday and Sutiyoso's whereabouts was unknown.
- I spent a lot of time judging the atmosphere and the whereabouts of guards.
- That could depend on whether her whereabouts became public knowledge, he said.
- However, Percy decided to fly off early on Saturday morning, and his whereabouts are currently unknown.
- His last known whereabouts were in the Chandigarh area of the Punjab.
- Neighbours alerted the police after becoming concerned about her whereabouts.
- The fate and whereabouts of Hussein himself are currently unknown.
- His whereabouts are still unknown at the time of going to press.
- His whereabouts are unknown, though China insists that he is quietly continuing his studies in a secret location.
- It may help the police authenticate suspects' alibis, by tracking the whereabouts of their mobile phones.
- His present whereabouts are unknown, but it is acknowledged that he gave a statement to US interrogators.
- Families in Mayo are now enquiring about their love ones and their whereabouts in the city.
- Detectives visited his residence at midnight on Thursday but his whereabouts remained unknown on Friday night.
- Officers obtained a replica from the supplier and have asked the public to call them if they know of its whereabouts.
- If anyone knows of his whereabouts in the region please let me know.
- This means that to keep track of the whereabouts of your teenager, it is enough to buy him or her a cell phone.
- Kabila was believed to be in the country on Sunday, but his whereabouts were unclear.
- He explained how his father had fled the country two years earlier and his whereabouts were unknown.
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