In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bellaco masculine archaic humorouscanalla masculinesinvergüenza masculine
- We're beggars and blighters and ne'er-do-well cads.
- He was a cad and a bounder, but not without charm.
- What turns too many of them into uncouth cads on court?
- In short, Diplomacy is not a nice game; to win, it is necessary to behave like a complete cad.
- In the afternoon I went to the baths but found the water dirty and full of the most dreadful greasy-haired cads.
- It is true, however, that relationships between cads and starry-eyed romantics are rarely what they seem.
- He knew, deeply, that in keeping his true identity from her, he had been a cad and a scoundrel, but he had been so eager for her to see him in a positive light.
- I don't respect all who oppose it since a great many of them seem like ninnies or cads.
- Far from being the lads or cads as often perceived by society, young and teenage fathers are fighting to support their partners during pregnancy and after birth - but are receiving little or no support from the health services.
- Despite some of the despicable things she's done, we hope she'll find a little transcendence in the world of cads, cowards and creeps that surround her.
- Often times these men received the titles of cads and rakes and the like.
- My post yesterday about bounders and cads provoked a torrent of commentary and email, so I thought I'd share it with everyone.
- But when asked who appealed to them most for short-term affairs, the women turned to the dark heroes - the handsome, passionate and daring cads.
- From the novels she appears to be the sort of woman who appreciates gentlemanly behaviour, but then she also seems to like cads.
- But the possibility of crossing that line does not mean that alcohol is nothing but a trick employed by cads.
- He, true to form, behaves like a cad and leaves her for the gambling tables and his deserved fate.
- For example, I think stable means unchanging or changing slowly, and decent means not a cad or a bounder.
- Britain's biggest cads, rogues and evil-doers from the past 1,000 years have been given special recognition by historians.
- He looked like a schoolboy socialist's dream - the leader of the left whose selfless devotion to democracy exposed his enemies as unprincipled cads.
- Though a nice boy, he acts like a cad when he next meets her.
1CAD masculineDAC masculine Latin AmericaDAO masculine Spain
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