In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(shrub)arbusto masculinemata femininethe burning bush — la zarza ardiente
- He drove the party through the grounds, sometimes over clumps of bush and through shrubbery as he lost the way in his excitement.
- Trees, shrubs, bushes and flowering plants were being planted on the graves.
- They are more than just dense clumps of various kinds of trees, creepers, grasses, bushes, shrubs and twining creepers.
- These color treatments enhance landscaping and blend naturally with trees, shrubs and bushes.
- Planting prickly bushes or shrubs in borders and by fences will deter burglars thinking of climbing in your garden
- It is okay applied to orchard crops, vines and berry bushes and non-food-bearing shrubs and trees.
- My anvil pruning shears will prune the bushes and shrubs only.
- Ralier turned and saw Nyowan picking her way through a dense clump of bushes.
- They want to see the pretty pastel buildings contrast with flowering shrubs and bushes, and a pretty beach.
- Mr Konemann planted bushes and shrubs to keep vandals and people with dogs out of the council-owned grounds.
- I follow the paths in the dense undergrowth leading into bushes or spaces under trees hidden from view, particularly in the heavy growth of summer.
- The trees, bushes and shrubs are as green as anything.
- She inhaled deeply and then proceeded to go about picking other flowers from other bushes and shrubs.
- He led Jessica around trees, bushes, shrubs, and an empty cement pool that was at least twelve feet deep.
- The occupants of a house with a large garden found the body of former nurse Mrs Paines hidden in bushes and dense undergrowth at the far end of their property.
- It exhibits every aspect of Dutch horticulture, from vegetables and fruit, to bulbs, flowers and plants to trees, bushes and shrubs.
- Fruiting trees, bushes, and vines provide snacks for you and the birds and for your neighbors.
- Low shrubbery, especially berry bushes that also provide a food source, makes an effective shelter.
- This plant is one of the showiest dwarf evergreens, forming dense bushes of wiry stems.
- The whole park was surrounded by tall green trees and shrubs, and flower bushes of many kinds.
1.2(of hair)mata feminine
- I peaked through the door and saw her bush of hair shake into a nervous nod, I saw that about two inches from her was Derek, holding an black gun right at her.
- A pair of short tooth-like horns poked from a bush of curly hair that topped the faun's clever-looking face.
- He has the sparse hairs of a soul patch below his lip and a tiny bush of a beard on his chin.
- As we finally entered the ward, the first person I saw was a tall girl topped with a bush of thick dyed black curls.
- When the bus departed I saw that in the meantime, the old man had been joined by a little boy of very dark complexion, but with a bush of reddish hair.
1.3bushes plural(thicket)matorrales masculinemaleza feminine
2(wild country)the bush — el monte
- It is used for gears, bearings and bushes for heavy loads and high duty with adequate lubrication, and for duty with hard steel shafts.
- There was another machine which was used to orientate tiny metal bushes on a line so that they were all the same way up.
- With the wheel removed we can see the items that need to be removed in order to replace the trailing arm bushes.
- I too have a slight creaking/squeaking coming from the rear of my car, and having read so many posts concerning bushes assumed that was the cause.
- They have many, many parts and gears plus bearings and bushes.
- The alloy has many uses such as for bearings and bushes, pumps and pump fittings, valves, valve bodies and valve guides.
- A bush of plastic material is provided which is intended to be embedded in the panel of semi-foamed or foamed synthetic resin.
- A very communicative one too thanks those urethane bushes and the back axle bouncing up and down just a few inches from your backside.
- Sporting rear bushes have been applied across the range, and variable electric power steering is now standard.
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