In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(car)Cadillac masculine trademark
- The men in the brown car waited in a parking space near Wheeler's black Cadillac.
- I don't remember the guy campaigning in a Cadillac.
- The race ended near a silver Cadillac parked in front of a driveway on Wright Avenue.
- They did, however, spend $650 a month to lease a Cadillac.
- My Uncle drove us to Radio City Music Hall in his huge Cadillac to see Sophia Loren in "Boy on a Dolphin".
2US informal(luxury item)before noun Cadillac version — versión de lujo feminine
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