In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1abundancia femininean abundance of sth — abundancia de algo feminine
- in abundance — en abundancia
- he has enthusiasm/energy/time in abundance — tiene entusiasmo/energía/tiempo de sobra
- Yet there were evils in abundance which could not be put down to a consequence of human sin.
- A good concept, with loads of teenage energy in abundance, this is a band you should keep at least one eye on… just in case they get famous.
- Like Yosemite it has nature in abundance with mountains, rivers, waterfalls and wildlife plus a crashing ocean close by.
- If it's tranquillity you're after, the Spanish countryside has it in abundance, though if you don't have a good water source or a connection to the electricity grid, life can become a struggle.
- In addition, mule deer and bobcat are in abundance on the course, and a mountain lion makes infrequent visits every year or so.
- That's a tremendous trait in a team and they had it in abundance in the last few minutes.
- What I did find, however, were many clothing and footwear establishments that cater mainly for young people - especially for women, for whom choice would appear to be in abundance.
- You'll find it in abundance back in Aarhus, which has hosted a festival every year since 1965 to celebrate love and human relationships.
- Well, in the mountains of Nagano there are two things in abundance: ski slopes and onsens (or baths fuelled by hot springs).
- The second Riot Girl London zine has talent and intelligence in abundance.
- Staphylococcus - a germ species most commonly associated with nose-picking - was found in abundance on steering wheels and driver's seats.
- The agricultural district, in which rice and watermelons and fruits and vegetables were grown in abundance, suddenly discovered a new, lucrative alternative crop.
- There was help in abundance with Mayo Mountain Rescue being joined by a number of teams from around the country.
- The Grandparents Day was observed in the school to honour senior family members who showered experience, patience and unstinting love on their grandchildren in abundance.
- In a well-contested encounter which contained goalmouth thrills in abundance, the Tireragh side were deserving winners as they showed a very high workrate all through.
- Not a perfect debut, but clearly the potential is here in abundance, and Santana, at just 19, has plenty of time to realize it.
- Every trait I felt I lacked, they had in abundance.
- Conditions were favourable and the number of choice spots in southern Canada stretching from Manitoba to central Quebec allowed wild rice to grow naturally in abundance every year.
- Show officials, stewards, judges and workers were in abundance and the hands-on people could easily be recognised by their mucky boots and ill-fitting, handed down bowler hats.
- Now, the flip side of the heartbreaking stories we've had to bring you in abundance this week are the breathtaking stories of survival.
2literary(prosperity)abundancia femininewe live surrounded by abundance — vivimos en la abundancia
- The Christmas tree is included in the exhibition as a symbol of fruitfulness and abundance in the house.
- Jupiter ruling the eclipse indicates peace, prosperity, fertility, happiness and abundance.
- Regardless of whether the scene is set in the seventeenth, eighteenth, or early nineteenth century prosperity and abundance are constants in these images.
- Other foods include a whole fish to represent togetherness and abundance, and a chicken for prosperity.
- In Chinese and Vietnamese cultures, the pig represents prosperity and abundance.
- This is a land of abundance with a wealth of spirit and in spiritual terms we have been forced to make mudpies and eat the soulless cardboard package.
- In the midst of luxury, abundance, and indeed waste, what can be our proper response when confronted with the poverty Kapuscinski describes?
- Well, Schwartz believes that such abundance robs us of contentment.
- Unlike their parents, who lived through the hardships of the Depression, these baby boomers have known only abundance, prosperity and upward mobility.
- We live in an age of unprecedented wealth and abundance yet we have never been as unhappy.
- At a time which promised financial abundance and security we find ourselves, depressed, stressed, suicidal, darker and heavier than ever before.
- Lighting a lamp in a house is believed to bring prosperity, plenty and abundance to the family.
- For them there is a new life of forgiveness, peace, beauty and abundance from here to eternity.
- The Internet has now delivered us into an era of unprecedented artistic abundance and the promise of direct connectivity between artists and their audience.
- While it has cured diseases and produced abundance, it has also created pollution and nuclear weapons.
- We say it takes money to make money; Paul says it takes poverty to produce abundance.
- The dramatic colours, earthy abundance and fruitful generosity accentuate the passionate spirit that is essentially Corsican.
- The abundance, colour and contentment of Autumn reflect the magnificence of our God so what better time to stop, reflect and pray?
- White is for purity and red signifies abundance and fertility.
- What remains in the Waning West is a poignant landscape rich in local meanings, a reminder of a past that never quite produced sustained material abundance.
- It only takes one day for us to get our garden in, which is a small sacrifice considering the abundance it provides not only in food but in the sense of accomplishment as the harvest comes in.
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