In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1masculine farofeminine almenarathe police placed beacons along the road — la policía colocó balizas / señales luminosas a lo largo de la carretera
- One of the great hazards for early immigrants was being shipwrecked on the uncharted Australian coast, where guiding beacons were few and far between.
- Chris lit up like a beacon and immediately vanished.
- The AAR operator is responsible for control of the aircraft's rendezvous beacons and tanker illumination lights during air-to-air refuelling.
- It gave her a warm feeling to come home at night and see the light, like a beacon, burning brightly, beckoning her to the warmth of family.
- There were no signals received from locator beacons attached to the helicopter and its crew, suggesting it disintegrated almost immediately.
- Because most revenues came from import duties, he had to fashion a customs service and build buoys, beacons, and lighthouses.
- During the course of the day, nature called and a public toilet was duly spotted in the distance, shining like a beacon of light in an otherwise barren sea of heather.
- Jon thinks he is the loneliest boy in the world, with nothing to do but watch the lighthouse beacon.
- The fire flickered like a beacon in the darkness.
- That said, Jerome Vareille stood out like a beacon of hope, creating or being on the end of the best of the few chances.
- Slowly, she was making her way to the door, where she could see the sunlight lighting like a beacon for her.
- When night falls, the lighthouse and its embracing beacon draw the eye, flashing every five seconds as its loom bounces over the waves.
- And immediately ahead were the runway lights and beacon of Langley Field.
- Serving as a beacon on the Atlantic City skyline, the tower features a unique light show with as many as 42 different light configurations that can be seen for miles.
- What is the significance, if any, of the color and location of lights / beacons on airliners or any aircraft?
- The light flared like a beacon in the universe, bright enough for all to see.
- He had turned up all the field lights to maximum and turned on the beacon.
- The Lighthouse was spinning its beacon again, as though it had never been as lifeless as it was just yesterday morning.
- The rain beat down on the lighthouse, the beacon of which barely managed to pierce the fog.
- The low power drain receiver is always on and will sound an alarm whenever it receives the unique signal from the MOB beacon.
- As they approached the coast the lookouts strained to see the beacon at Black Rock Lighthouse on the horizon, as navigation was left largely to chance in the darkness.
- Newcastle's helicopter saw a strobe light and beacon overnight and early Friday morning located the yacht's life raft and crew near Duff Reef off of the Fijian Islands.
- They carried with them into the wilderness the light of civilization and lit victory beacons visible for miles around.
- The chrome reflecting what light remained like a beacon.
- Well-dressing festivals light up the Derbyshire dales all summer long, blazing from village to village like a beacon chain.
- A picture of a lighthouse or a beacon was emerging.
- In a very few seconds, the very tip of the Pillar began to shine like a beacon, until the light exploded outward in every direction, moving like a shock wave.
- She held the little T-Rex high in her hand like a beacon.
- Back in those days, pretty much everyone went to the pub on a Saturday night and after working by himself all week, the Kerosene lantern at the Albert Hotel would act like a beacon as he'd head back into town.
- As one of the oldest pubs in town, Hargadon's bar on O'Connell Street acts like a beacon to tourists and locals alike.
- This school is a leader in all-round education in the country and stands out like a beacon.
- The trail arched gently around a broad bay towards Krios headland, the corner of Crete, and a tiny chapel whose whitewashed walls gleamed like a beacon.
- From the late 1970s, constellations of man-made navigation satellites have taken over as beacons to guide the way.
- But amid the feelings of frustration, one piece of positive news shone out like a beacon of hope.
- Tiny shoelaces glowed and my pants lit up like a beacon.
- A beacon of hope for younger generation lawyers, he regularly goes to court, attends to cases and is still a leading lawyer.
- If a late afternoon or night arrival is likely, select an alternate with a rotating beacon and runway lights.
- Rotating beacons on airfields made their debut in the early 1920s.
- When I saw the sign of The Dolmen Hotel all lit up it was like a beacon of hope to me.
- Lex Stewart sounds like a beacon of moderation compared to some.
2radio beaconradiofaro masculine
Britishseñal luminosa intermitente en un cruce peatonal
4(inspiration)modelo masculinedechado masculine
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