In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(single man)soltero masculinea confirmed bachelor — un soltero empedernido
- before noun bachelor apartment / (British) flat — bulín
- the bachelor life — la soltería
- A lifelong bachelor, he devoted himself to the FBI.
- A bachelor, he retired to a cottage in North Wales, but continued a close association with his older contemporaries in the West Midlands.
- He was splashed across the papers with his father nearly everyday and voted one of the most eligible bachelors in the area.
- So I figured there would be lots of attractive, hopefully eligible bachelors and bachelorettes around my age.
- The place was crawling with good looking, very funny, very intelligent, eligible bachelors!
- Once a selection of eligible bachelors are chosen, the audience then gets to decide who gets kicked out each week as Lisa dates them every episode.
- John M. died a bachelor at the age of ninety in 1878 and was the last of those living who helped rebuild the town's church after a devastating fire in 1811.8
- There comes a time in every dashing young bachelor's life when it is only proper to settle down and start a family.
- The price of his birth, and his status as one of the world's most eligible bachelors, is media scrutiny that makes it hard for him to have girlfriends, he complained.
- The premise of this show is that a beautiful girl goes on TV to find true love amongst sixteen eligible bachelors.
- Apparently he was one of the most eligible bachelors in all of Paris, not to mention the most sought after.
- A Bunclody man is officially among Ireland's most eligible bachelors following his selection as an escort in this year's International Rose of Tralee contest.
- Charlie Sanders was the kind of man who offered guests tea on a silver service accompanied by fine homemade scones, yet he would remain a bachelor all his life.
- So it's no surprise that so many eligible bachelors are refusing to marry.
- More men in these classes were choosing to remain bachelors.
- She believed him to be a bachelor, although she found out his true status within a short time.
- For years he has been one of Hampshire's most eligible bachelors.
- Men, particularly bachelors, gathered in concert saloons, neighborhood bar-rooms, and pool-halls where no respectable woman would be seen.
- The former air hostess claims she had been seeing the prince, who has a reputation as a confirmed bachelor, for five years.
- They found that 22% of America's most eligible bachelors - that's two million potential husbands - have no desire to get married.
2Universitylicenciado masculinelicenciada feminineBachelor of Arts — (degree) licenciatura en Filosofía y Letras feminine
- Bachelor of Science — (person) licenciada en Ciencias
- Bachelor of Education — (degree) licenciatura en Educación
- I transferred from Vassar to Harvard University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor of arts degree in economics.
- Perez holds a master's degree in business administration from Stanford University, and a bachelor's of arts degree from Monterrey Tech in Mexico.
- He continued his studies, graduating with a bachelor of arts degree in piano performance from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks.
- Goldberg graduated from Brandeis University with a bachelor's degree in economics and received an MBA from the University of Chicago.
- Prior to joining Scripps, Smith graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor's degree in physics and astronomy.
- She holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard University.
- The Teacher TRAC program allows students to complete a bachelor of arts degree in liberal studies and a teaching credential in four years.
- Palmer is a 1997 graduate of Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in nursing.
- Mitchell will graduate this spring from Tufts University with a bachelor's degree in political science with a minor in economics.
- I recently graduated from the Florida International University with a bachelor's degree in hotel management.
- He received his bachelors degree from Lincoln University, Pa. and his J.D. from the George Washington University National Law Center, Washington.
- I attended McMaster University for my Honors bachelor's degree in physics (summa cum laude).
- A graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in marketing, Roffler has more than 11 years of tire-industry experience.
- He earned three degrees at Harvard University: a bachelor's in economics, an MBA, and a PhD in business economics.
- She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in graphic design from the College of Saint Rose.
- He graduated from Dalhousie University with a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering.
- Ms. Cabral earned her bachelor's degree from University of California, Davis and her master's degree from Harvard University.
- Minton earned a bachelors degree from the University of Maryland, where he studied economics, chemistry, and mathematics.
- Senior colleges and universities do not offer bachelor's degrees in specialized vocational fields or do not choose to allocate resources for such degrees.
- During his early years in Iquitos, he pursued this passion more formally, enrolling in the local university to earn a bachelor's degree in biology.
3Canadian(apartment)apartamento de soltero masculinedepartamento de soltero masculine Latin Americapiso de soltero masculine Spainbulín masculine River Plate
- He says rooms in Toronto cost nearly $500 a month, and bachelors a couple hundred more than that.
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