In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(man) con cara de niño(woman) con cara de niña(innocence/charm) angelical
- But 30 minutes in the company of this disarming and baby-faced individual reveals a tough operator.
- It kind of fits given how baby-faced and innocent the young guy seemed.
- I was impressed by how ferocious these baby-faced little guys could get once the bell rang.
- Upbeat, polite, and baby-faced, with tight braids crisscrossing his head, he is the kind of student that Ikeda could only hope for.
- The baby-faced A-level student, who viewers have seen struggling to overcome his stammer, promises ‘to work hard and give my fans everything they deserve for giving me this opportunity’.
- In her first major film, in 1997 as Keanu Reeves' wife in Devil's Advocate, she negotiated the transformation from vibrant baby-faced blonde to wasted madwoman.
- The Argentine's baby-faced looks are misleading.
- He was captured in Afghanistan and arrived at Guantanamo Bay in January 2002 as a slight, baby-faced 26-year-old.
- Leonardo Di Caprio, who at one point was going to star, would have added an extra level of baby-faced perversity.
- At the age of 23, the baby-faced veteran won his first Pulitzer Prize, for a cartoon that showed disarmed Germans under the guard of U.S. troops.
- Gee, anyone would think that I'm like, all baby-faced or something, or that the people I was talking to were fat middle aged men.
- At Shaw's Bar and Grill, a baby-faced fireman pronounced himself impressed with Taylor.
- I'm running along thinking about baby-faced, flak-jacketed American soldiers in their armored convoys when I glance at the ground and stop dead in my tracks.
- Strippers, dead poets and baby-faced gangsters helped make 2002 a memorable year for theatre in Toronto.
- Hundreds of baby-faced teenagers from around the country serve as the guard of honour, donning black capes and sombre expressions as they take turns watching over the lily-decked crypt.
- The first person he met was a tall, baby-faced, blond-haired guy who was standing by the entrance of the main room.
- Alex is baby-faced, but his ID definitely says 01-84 on the flipside.
- Cora's evolution, from a cheeky, baby-faced first year student in Ballinrobe Community School, has been remarkable.
- For over a decade, baby-faced Big Sandy has nailed the sound and swagger of Western swing, hillbilly boogie, or whatever else revivalists are dubbing it today.
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