In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1al parecerpor lo vistosegún pareceis she pregnant? — apparently — ¿está embarazada? — pues eso parece / por lo visto sí
- Audiences were in single figures until the final week, when apparently he improved a bit.
- The anonymous buyer apparently then consumed the contents of the bottle in one sitting.
- At some point during the above, she also apparently picked up the habit of talking in third person.
- His new apparently softer line may reflect a deal with ministers in the puppet regime.
- I always thought Lobsters were red but apparently they only go that colour when you boil them.
- The assailants apparently fled after firing on several homes in the settlement.
- Now, apparently, trying to separate a cow from some other cows is very difficult.
- A knowledge of culture or a desire to learn about it was apparently not part of the job description.
- The less convincing evidence of the first expert had apparently been forgotten.
- They travel well, apparently, so like the Scots, you will find them all over the world.
- There is apparently no common theme to the show, and each of the artists is able to shine as an individual.
- Henry was speaking of what he knew as wild, and apparently it was still there.
- We are all living longer and healthier lives - so why are so many of us apparently too sick to work?
- So I dug around and came across this rather neat summary of the story and apparently it is still there!
- One apparently killed the other before turning the gun on himself, or that's how it seems.
- Personally I wanted to stay in and write my blog, but apparently that wasn't an option.
- It is a good thing, apparently, that people have an understanding of their rights.
- This is no longer the case, and apparently has never been, according to the woman herself.
- The fans, stewards and coaching staff apparently played their part to the full, too.
- Her outsize veneers were so unattractive that they apparently drove away her husband.
2(seemingly)(happy/intelligent) aparentementethis apparently mad gamble turned out to be a stroke of genius — lo que parecía ser una locura resultó un golpe genial
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