In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1límite masculinewithin the parish boundaries — dentro de los límites / los / las lindes de la parroquia
- the boundary between fiction and fact — la frontera / la línea divisoria entre la ficción y la realidad
- before noun boundary line — linde
- A ball of light suddenly appeared on top of the massive wall marking the boundary of the city.
- You know, the neighbors are one meter away, across a river or across a boundary line.
- Accordingly it might well be held to mark the boundary of Australia's continental shelf.
- An old stone wall marks the boundary of the plot to one side, while a rocky hill and concrete wall flanks the other.
- Lay a hose or piece of rope on the ground to mark the boundary of your planting area, and plant within it.
- The line came to be regarded as marking the northern boundary of the area where agriculture could be safely pursued.
- There were fields beyond Scots Lane to the north and the cathedral marked the southern boundary.
- As I understand it, not so long ago, Oxford Street marked its northern boundary.
- Ropes will be required to mark out the boundary of the area as well as each plot.
- The decision to draw the boundary according to county lines made little social, economic, or geographical sense.
- The boundary line for private properties is usually where the sandy area ends and the vegetation begins.
- Grey weathered posts, with white ant mounds creeping up around them, mark the boundary.
- This street marks the boundary between the old and new districts of the city.
- Work is going on all this week at the club to bring down the poplars, which line the eastern boundary of the course alongside the first hole.
- To the west of this is Chile, with the border marking the western boundary of the national park.
- Ten points are agreed as the turning points of the boundary line.
- Meandering through the Oxfordshire countryside, the river marks the eastern boundary of the public part of the garden.
- A high wooded ridge that runs southward from the mouth of the Orne marked the boundary of the triangle to be held.
- In the picture above, the blue lines mark the boundary of the infected region.
- Nonetheless, the boundary ditches mark a significant moment in the long history of the valley.
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