In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1parque de diversiones masculineparque de atracciones masculine Spainparque de entretenciones masculine Chile
- The speed combined with the effect of the lights made the whole scene almost like a ride at an amusement park.
- Quickly, they were able to plan out their day in the amusement park before their ride was over.
- For those who require a little excitement, there is a small amusement park that offers bumper cars for all ages and rides for the kids.
- You may be heading for mountains or beaches or an amusement park but you want to have a break from the ordinary grind of life.
- It is an amusement park that is offering a variety of rides for all tastes.
- If you're a dad at an amusement park, you will be fleeced and frightened, humiliated and exposed.
- It's the sort of music that is most moving when heard from afar, late at night, in an outdoor amusement park.
- The 30-second ad has become so popular that there is serious talk of creating just such a ride at an amusement park in Florida.
- You will never need to visit an amusement park as long as you take rides in cabs in Calcutta.
- Tell us, do you seek the thrill rides at the amusement park or is the carousel more your speed?
- The amusement park will feature the giant wheel and other rides usually loved by the children.
- A total of six elephants broke free from their handlers while they were on parade at an amusement park.
- I don't do anything else real fast, and you won't get me near some of those rides at an amusement park.
- Since we can't take the kids to the amusement park, we bring the amusement park to the kids.
- Plan a slumber party, a night at the movies or a day at the amusement park.
- We are drawn slowly to the top of the ride and suddenly we see the ocean and the amusement park appear below us.
- It was around noon and Holly and I were walking though the amusement park, riding ride after ride.
- In return I flashed the lopsided grin of a fool in an amusement park.
- It's like a cross between an amusement park and a luxury resort.
- Go to an amusement park and watch people getting off the roller coaster.
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