In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(outstanding thing)maravillait's a beaut — es una maravilla
- the idea was a beaut — fue una idea estupenda / genial
- before noun it's a beaut evening — hace una tarde maravillosa
- How the movement fits into the piece as such, I cannot make out, but it's such a beaut that I won't ask questions.
- Fluttering her eyelashes, ‘I don't know where I got it, but isn't it a beaut?‘
- She might be from the Afrikaans side of our rainbow nation fence, but the person who designed this beaut shouldn't be.
- Hiroshi was taken back, exclaiming, ‘Whoa there, where the hell did you come across this beaut?’
- The film's punchline is also a beaut, all the more so because it's tactfully handled, and you never see it coming.
- A real beaut, and delivered with wonderful timing.
- One of Jumpin's live ads was for a Dodge dealership, and he described his new car: a three-toned beaut done in black, cream, and salmon.
- It's a beaut, and just the thing to tear even the most obsessed soccer fan away from his reading material.
- Plenty of varied road work ranging from motorways to the bumpy bog roads as well as a lot of urban use didn't faze this Nissan beaut.
- The big one (which is on the left in the first picture) is a beaut.
- Even by Wanaka property standards, tilting in their more grandiose fancies towards southern Tuscan or colonial chateaux, the house is a beaut.
- The New Zealand minted lamb and roasted butternut squash is a total beaut.
- This is to show us just how good the computer graphics are, and it's a beaut.
- The new disk is a real beaut, filled with 45 luscious gigabytes and spinning considerably faster than the old ones, so my system runs a load faster in its turn.
- Another beaut got swiped from in front of Bell Canada, where the security camera wasn't aimed properly, so the thief got away, big surprise.
- It's going to be a beaut when it's done, and I'm sure the URL will be passed around among, oh, a dozen people.
- It's somewhat disheartening that the FemBots' cast-offs earn them more money than their actual records, but MacKinnon and Poirier don't seem to mind, because they know they've just made one beaut of an album.
- The new machine arrived Friday, and lo, what a beaut.
- I just got my first case of the first title (a way-hey-hey tome on Panther) and it's a beaut.
- Lively and surprising are not terms often associated with the well-established New York Film Festival, but in its 42nd edition it served up many more beauts than duds.
2(beautiful person)maravilla femininepreciosidad femininepreciosura feminine Latin America
- Its latest ad climaxes with a Bondi beaut emerging from the surf inquiring: ‘So where are you?’
- You know, you're real beaut when you bother to dress up.
- I was going with this beaut from MSNBC with Hugh on the golf course with a cigar.
- Beckham is a beaut, probably England's best player, but as captain?
- She's a beaut for a while, but then Joe goes bananas.
- As they probably don't say down Rothesay way, this Kyle was no beaut.
- She's a beaut, mate, but she's sending me to the poor house.
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