In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1invierno masculinoin (the) wintertime — en invierno
- He worked his own mills and milked his own cow; he raised hogs and a kitchen garden - one he kept in the wintertime as well as the summertime.
- Typically, it comes in the wintertime, packing a lot of snow.
- I caught just a quick glimpse of a whale yesterday, on its annual wintertime northward migration, and hope to have a bit more to say about this tomorrow.
- Chris is mostly house bound in the wintertime because it's cold.
- Melanie is so right, these colours are amazing to see in the wintertime.
- During the wintertime, there is practically little rainfall, so these particulates accumulate and then grow.
- But isn't it good to be able to walk outside after 5pm in the wintertime?
- The first big improvement was putting in a big wall of windows on one end of the kitchen, with a window seat, which is where her plants live in the wintertime.
- It could be hard to get 10 minutes of sun exposure in Calgary in the wintertime: you'd probably risk frostbite.
- He spent every year, for the last 10 years or so, in southern Thailand in the wintertime.
- He advises gardeners to place their butterfly boxes about four feet above ground and making sure they have a southern exposure in the wintertime.
- And in a no less wholesome or heartwarming vein, there is the annual wintertime Rusty Plum Holiday Bazaar to attend.
- Pedestrian traffic on the boardwalk dwindled in the wintertime, leaving the city's hotels with large blocks of empty rooms.
- North Carolina truly was a beautiful state in the wintertime.
- As you see today, I wouldn't wear it on the street, but I sure as heck would wear it during the wintertime.
- It's not the wintertime there, and so people are not at risk of hypothermia.
- The mature silver birch trees look magnificent and it is nice to know that they look just as well in the wintertime when bare of leaves.
- Just like in the wintertime, the UV rays come in at an angle.
- In general, winter damage is defined as any injury that occurs during the wintertime period.
- In wintertime she is very frightened when walking.
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