In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)afgano masculineafgana feminine
- For two weeks American forces had been camped along with Romanians and Afghans in the centre of Kandahar.
- The Turks and Afghans who served in the Moghul Army are believed to have brought this dish to Hindustan.
- What information do you have about other Afghans who have returned home or been sent home?
- Some weapons will be blown up while usable weapons will be handed over to the Afghan's own national army, which is now being formed.
- The cultural context of the Indian soap opera was also very easy for Afghans to relate to, she said.
- Roberts retrieved the situation that time, but the British lost to the Afghans again in 1919.
- And some of the first relationships to develop were between Afghans and Aboriginal women.
- There is no such coverage and hence no such understanding of the plight of, for example, Afghans or Congolese.
- With the Russians gone, ordinary Afghans expected a return to calm.
- It also had a number of Afghans and Aborigines living in and around the town.
- Then they said they would stay back and try to help the Afghans effect national reconciliation.
- The poorest Afghans and the richest Afghans are all coming back to the country to do what they can.
- He is a Shiite Afghan by nationality who was raised in a farming community close to the Iranian border.
- The Afghans munched on their pomegranates; an American soldier smoked a cigarette.
- He said 5,000 Afghans had come to Britain in the last six months.
- The largest single group of students are Chinese, followed by Afghans, Russians and Somalis.
- The government said the injured also included Afghans, Swiss, Australians and Canadians.
- This inhospitable and isolated place is temporarily home to some 33,000 displaced Afghans.
- They have nothing to do with the aspirations of the Kashmiris or the Afghans.
2also Afghan hound(dog)afgano masculineafgana feminine
3also afghan coat
British(coat)chaquetón afgano masculine
4afghan(blanket, shawl)manta o mantón de punto
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