In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1take your chosen dish to the cashier — lleve a la caja el plato que haya elegido / escogido
- only a chosen few were invited to attend — solo invitaron a una selecta minoría
- God's chosen people — el pueblo elegido
- For some of us it is to be the best at our job and achieve greatness in our chosen field.
- Bill is moving to Calgary in hopes of finding a job in his chosen career as a corrections officer.
- Spread far and wide across the world, many have made a mark in their chosen fields.
- If two or more people suggested the chosen name, the winner will be picked out of a hat.
- Thus a person's chosen lawyer may be ill or engaged elsewhere or conflicted out.
- Despite more than two decades on the buses, Julie is a keen advocate for her chosen vocation.
- No side can expect to win when the chosen players can't perform the basics even half-right.
- Colin's chosen literary field was horror, and he dreamed of becoming the next Stephen King.
- London has become their natural alternative business base, and their chosen second home.
- The Government believes the cash will encourage people to carry on in their chosen careers.
- Those who want to work in their chosen fields often have to migrate to other countries.
- Fascinating stuff, even if your chosen destination is Torremolinos rather than Tokyo.
- Today's the last day for you to cast your vote for your chosen category.
- The above heading leads me nicely onto my chosen subject: three books I have read recently.
- Bear in mind your future requirements, and consider how extendable your chosen system needs to be.
- This will never be the chosen task of the people currently in power in Washington.
- John was a true gentleman whose commitment to his chosen career was of the highest calibre.
- She really is an exceptional woman and her commitment to her chosen sport is astounding.
- Our chosen walk is perfect for the inexperienced rambler as it is pretty much straight, with no map needed.
- Many of the hundreds of doctors he trained went on to become eminent in their chosen fields.
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