In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in forest)claro masculine
- When we reached a beautiful clearing in the woods, I proposed to rest.
- Coming to a clearing's edge, they caught sight of the poacher in the distance.
- A faint rustling from within the trees at the clearing's edge signalled that they had company.
- He found a grassy clearing with ease, and began gathering a pile of dead wood from the ground.
- The trees around us ended, and we found ourselves in a circular clearing.
- There, in a grassy, sunny clearing, sat an innocent little cottage.
- Now the underbrush was thickening, and suddenly I entered a small clearing surrounded by thick pine trees.
- I left the little clearing, walking mechanically back to the hostel.
- The three adventurers soon found themselves standing in the center of a circular clearing.
- They approached the clearing in the woods - each of them staring in awe.
- The large clearing in the forest was almost right out of a fairy tale.
- She led them to a small, grassy clearing in the middle of a wooded area.
- They entered a small clearing surrounded by oak trees.
- They came upon a large clearing in the forest, where they faced an enormous rock face.
- At the end of at least twenty minutes of walking, we approach a clearing.
- They were in a clearing in the middle of a seemingly endless forest.
- They are common in forest clearings, wetlands, edges, residential areas, orchards, and stands of Russian olive.
- I was wandering one day, and I just happened upon that little clearing.
- Forest openings and clearings and agricultural areas are also good habitat for the Western Bluebird.
- The large clearing was surrounding by the woods, creating a horseshoe shape.
- We're now into the university clearing season.
- Universities you approach during clearing will ask for these.
- Students going through clearing should make themselves available because admissions tutors will want to talk to them rather than their parents.
(of checks)compensación feminine
1(in UK universities)
proceso por el cual las universidades británicas rellenan las vacantes que tengan con los solicitantes que lleguen tarde o que no han obtenido las notas requeridas por su institución preferida
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