In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(have ceremonial meal)celebrar un banquete
- When she's all dressed up, with jewels in her golden hair, the king leads her to the great banqueting hall.
- The tower was originally a summer banqueting house and allowed aristocratic ladies to watch their men hunting.
- It was proposed that the new multi-purpose building would provide a function room, banqueting hall, theatre and would cater for civil weddings.
- The council chamber, banqueting hall and Lord Mayor's room would be largely untouched.
- Haeiel walked beside Thoniel down the stairs and to the first floor where they walked only a few feet to the door leading into the grand banqueting hall.
- The hotel will bring with it modern conference facilities capable of holding up to 1,000 and banqueting facilities catering for up to 650.
- Under fire regulations, only 850 people are permitted in the hotel's banqueting suite and it was already packed, with hundreds of people queuing outside.
- After the church ceremony, the wedding party will make the nine-mile journey to the newly restored banqueting area of Slane Castle for a deluxe four-course meal.
- The hotel will also provide dining and entertainment outlets, as well as meeting and banqueting facilities including a grand ballroom of 500 square metres.
- On Friday, in the giant banqueting hall of the Beijing Hotel, Beckham sat wide right on a raised podium at what should have been termed an anti-press conference.
- Next it was to The Hall of Preserving Harmony which was used as the main banqueting hall and it was also the place where the elite scholars of China did their important examinations.
- It was then a long climb through bedchambers and banqueting hall, chapel and corridors until we came out on to the roof and saw the amazing view.
- The stadium will include 62 corporate hospitality boxes, conference and banqueting facilities and a 200-bedroom hotel.
- He built palaces and banqueting halls on the hill and held meetings of the other provincial kings every three years at which time they made laws and held festivals of music and sport.
- Meanwhile, fans are being urged to turn out in force for a fundraising race night at the Valley Parade banqueting suite tomorrow at 7.30 pm.
- A prop from Hogwarts banqueting hall, it has been brought here by the film's distributor as an atmospheric piece of set dressing for the interview.
- It said the building is still in a good state of repair, and the famous ballroom and banqueting hall are still in a condition to use.
- Yesterday 80 watched a debate from the gallery at Hull's Guildhall, with more than 100 watching on a screen in the Guildhall's banqueting room.
- As announced in yesterday's T & A, the event will now take place at the club banqueting suite at 7.30 pm on July 22.
- Within the hotel, business can be conducted in the range of conference and banqueting facilities, which can accommodate up to 400 guests.
2(have lavish meal)darse un banquetebanquetearse informal
1darle un banquete a
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