In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(paved) patio trasero masculine(grassed) jardín trasero masculine US(grassed) fondo masculine River Plate USin one's own backyard — en su (or mi etc.) patio trasero / misma puerta
- not in my backyard — no en mi patio trasero / en mi vecindario
- It involves a simple count of the number of birds visiting a garden or backyard in an hour.
- The backyards of these houses, in consequence, became smaller and more irregular, frequently in shadow for most of the day.
- The residents were directed to whitewash houses, clean backyards and houses, fence wells and clean latrines twice a day, within 24 hours.
- Students sketched ‘attractive lawns and backyards and [gave] suggestions of what native shrubbery to use and when to transplant it’ in this class.
- In the warm months, I enjoy watching the animals that are attracted to the flowers in my backyard.
- Some of these properties have steep driveways and no backyards or side yards to accommodate parking spaces, garages and storage workshops.
- Glancing across the yard, he saw a willow tree in the backyard of the next house, and sitting in it was a girl.
- The youngsters raided the backyards of houses, appropriating the ‘besoms’ or brooms usually kept there, and these they subsequently used as torches on Guy Fawkes Day, or rather, night.
- A half-glass door, also white, allows access along the side of the house to the backyard.
- The backyards and high tech buildings may house refrigerator-sized fuel cells.
- My mom grows hundreds of flowers in our backyard, and I helped plant most of them.
- It's also partly because it's a real hassle living in a house with a backyard.
- She gazed out the window, at the tree house in the backyard, her eyes vacant.
- Bricks, logs and other materials have been recycled into a retaining wall to keep dirt from the basketball court and into backyards as borders for gardens, many of which boast impressive rose gardens.
- This bit of roof is at the righthand side of the house and we could see into the backyard of the house next door.
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- She wanted her to grow up in a nice house with a backyard, so she could play.
- Corrugated huts house additional families in backyards and the shanty towns overflow with new arrivals.
- His botanical images, which reveal the brilliant colors of nature and the strange forms and unique textures of flowers from people's backyards from around the world, have become his signature.
- I watched the flower in our backyard, day after day, as the huge purple petals unfolded.
- Here's a guy who sets up his house and his backyard like a playground for children.
- It was previously part of a backyard belonging to a house which has since been incorporated into the school property.
- Moving to the back, Austin reached for the garden gate and entered his backyard.
- Front yards, side yards, backyards disappear; porches are no more.
- Through a side window we can see a large, ungainly pig sloshing through mud and muck in the backyard of the house.
- For many years, dealers have been operating on an uneven playing field where traders have been operating and selling cars from their backyards, through auction houses and car fairs.
- After about five hours we had cleaned everything, from the kitchen to my room and from the backyard to the front yard.
- Our home was a modest four-bedroom house with a backyard of grass and rose bushes.
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