In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1parecidothey're twins, but they don't look alike — son mellizos, pero no se parecen / no son parecidos
- you men are all alike! — ¡los hombres sois todos iguales!
- But both think that when they were younger men they were more alike than they are now.
- We need to be both alike and different in order to relate in a complementary fashion.
- Because dogs and humans are more alike than different we should treat dogs more like we would want to be treated ourselves.
- Men and women are much more alike than different, and the huge differences we see are predominantly social.
- The tone is unvarying and some of the songs sound too alike, musical twins holding hands.
- Similarly, human groups can be reconciled because we are more alike than different.
- Other than in the most trivial sense that identical twins look more alike than most people, this is simply false.
- It is reasonable to expect that contiguous homilies would be more alike than distant ones.
- If there is any message I would send to all my fellow humans - it would be that we are more alike than we are different.
- I think we are more alike than we know in the way our hearts react to the men we love.
- She had been unsure about traveling with him, but they were more alike than he would admit.
- In theory people became more alike and in many ways the world became much fairer.
- Non-identical twins are only as genetically alike as any brother or sister.
- Prior to the start of the Tour, the press and public alike pinpoint potential rivals, but they never live up to the billing.
- The boys looked exactly alike, but each of them was possessed of an extraordinary and unique gift.
- It was amazing how alike talking to Will was to talking to a brick wall.
- The two peoples are also alike in the sense that they are not nations.
- Directly opposite him, on the other side of the enclosed space, were two doors, exactly alike and side by side.
- The children were very alike, the older had his arm around the other's shoulder, they were both smiling.
- They could be functionally alike, in the sense that all of them could, and sometimes did, claim political autonomy.
1(think/act) igual(act/think) del mismo modopopular with young and old alike — popular tanto entre los jóvenes como entre los mayores
- The fact remains that the men who put on uniforms, no matter which flag the marched under, fought and died alike, in horrendous circumstances.
- The three men were also dressed alike: denim jeans, long-sleeved plaid shirts, and work boots.
- Emily saw Abby's eyes light with fire as she noticed that they were dressed alike.
- Regarding as futile the compromises accepted by other Catholic leaders, he fought alike all philosophical theories and political arrangements that did not come up to the full traditional Christian standard.
- The culture appears to be undergoing some kind of revival among those who like to express their individuality by dressing alike.
- They hunted in a pack and even dressed alike in a semi-aware expression of mutual love.
- The employees stared dumbly after him, all of them dressed alike, members of the same club.
- The remnant of the Table fought alike.
- Whites and blacks in the Caribbean speak alike, and if you notice any difference, it is socio-economically based, not ethnically based.
- Likewise, as no two fighters fight exactly alike, the controls from fighter to fighter vary a bit.
- Maybe you and your sister have always dressed alike or gotten your hair cut the same way.
- I knew this was true, for they dressed much alike, especially in their war-gear.
- I guess it must just be a classic case of great bookmaking minds thinking alike.
- I find it a little disconcerting when adult twins dress and style themselves alike.
- When she had planned her own costume she had of course roped the boys into dressing alike with her.
- If great minds think alike, then offering such a comparison would surely have been a good way of demonstrating that fact.
- They were dressed alike in business suits and blue ties, but had on hunting boots and leggings.
- I'm not sure if that's a case of great minds thinking alike or fools seldom differing.
- McCallum likened Joe to Marciano saying they were built alike and fought alike, using a "jungle technique."
- And, just to underline their point they even insisted on dressing alike, all the time.
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