In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(boy/girl) fresco(boy/girl) atrevido(girl/boy) descarado(girl/boy) caradura informal(grin) pícaro(prank/remark) impertinente
- Jade has a cheeky grin and her eyes sparkle behind her thick-rimmed glasses.
- The fact that the film tries to go back to cheeky black comedy after this is simply baffling.
- She is slightly built and very pretty, with baby blue eyes and a wide, cheeky grin.
- Here was I, cheeky Emma Kennedy, about to have to do some proper acting with no laughs attached.
- He could be quite cheeky but he was always enthusiastic, and totally dedicated to Sally and Ellie.
- I suppose it was a bit cheeky of me to draw someone while they were sleeping, but I couldn't resist it.
- Earlier this year we were getting rid of properties after just a week and getting away with cheeky prices.
- The impression was of a government dusting itself down and grinning at a cheeky escape.
- They have a tremendous sense of perspective and although they may be a bit cheeky with it, they never do arrogance.
- I don't know how, but I can tell from his cheeky grin that he's had to change quite a lot.
- Cara is a lovely, cheeky, normal little girl, and this illness came on so suddenly and has shocked us all.
- People who knew him, including his teachers, would describe him as a lovable, cheeky rogue.
- Yes, I am cheeky, but so far we have relied heavily on the good people of Bolton and they have never let us down.
- Other tributes refer to Ryan's sense of humour, his cheeky grin and ability to cheer people up.
- And they say it will be hard for them to carry on without seeing his cheeky face.
- Nevertheless, venturing south for a cheeky weekend away turned out to be a pleasant surprise.
- He looked at me with a cheeky grin on his face and actually imitated my hobble all the way back to the entrance door.
- He sets the cheeky tone of a film that never asks the viewer to take it seriously.
- She said she did not feel fearful of speaking to Prince Charles, nor of appearing cheeky in asking for help.
- Some of his questions were a bit cheeky, and I applaud you for revealing your income.
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