In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(from prison)fuga feminine
- There had been nineteen more successful breakouts from prisons across the country.
- Around the country, prison breakouts were happening at all jails.
- Tensions have been simmering since the breakout in June, when inmates marched out of the compound into the local town to publicise their grievances.
- The escape was the second breakout from Paparua Prison this year in which a ladder was used, raising questions about how inmates can get such equipment.
- The film is roughly based on the true story of a massive breakout from a German prison camp in Poland during World War II.
- All of them were wearing standard prison issue clothes, and it took Rob only a few seconds to work out that there had been a mass breakout at the prison.
- Then I learn from the newspaper that because of a recent prison breakout, a state of emergency has been declared.
- The camps are run by a private prison company and have seen several riots, mass breakouts and suicide attempts in recent months.
- There were breakouts from Sobibor and Treblika.
- The protesters, who stated that they entered the camp's outer perimeter to conduct interviews with detainees, described the breakout as a spontaneous action initiated by the asylum seekers.
- The breakout brings to 15 the number of awaiting-trial prisoners who have escaped from police holding cells in the Transkei since the weekend.
- When there was a prison breakout by a dangerous offender in his first week on the job, the PLP said that certain people were out to discredit our national pig sty keeper.
- Arrested for involvement in the murder, he was one of eight prisoners who made a spectacular breakout from prison in 1981, while on remand.
- As patriotic sansculottes were urged to join up, anxiety spread about a possible prison breakout in their absence.
- In 1970 the FBI put her on their most wanted list, accusing her of supplying guns for a breakout from Soledad prison.
- Some 38 prisoners escaped in a breakout that also resulted in the death of a prison officer and several others sustaining injuries.
- For a prison breakout film to work successfully, it must have one of three things.
- There have been forced deportations, breakouts, riots and hunger strikes at the harshest ones.
- I do agree however, that security should be boosted in many prisons to reduce the likelihood of breakouts.
- In related news, check out this report on an animal rights zealot allegedly planning a jail breakout.
2(by army)they attempted a breakout — intentaron romper el cerco
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