In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ruido de cascos masculine
- I was silent for a while, listening to the clip-clop of our horses' hooves, wishing for a rest of both body and spirt.
- She was about to run for it when she heard a loud clip-clop.
- Without the clip-clop of cavalry or neigh of a prince of Windsor, the state opening of the Scottish parliament went off this week.
- For a moment the only sound was the clip-clop of hooves on the tarmac.
- Hearing the clip-clop of her shoes, he looked up as she approached.
- Midnight's shoes, like the other mounts, were wrapped in cloth bags to dampen the clip-clop sound horseshoes make on cobblestones.
- I smiled, looking at Brandon as he clapped his hands together making a clip-clop of horse's hooves.
- It was calm and peaceful; the only sound was the clip-clop of the horses' hooves and the chirping of the birds.
- Jynx imagined that if the streets had been wide enough she would have heard the steady clip-clop of horses drawing carriages to market.
- He heard the clip-clop - splash of horses walking through water and looked up.
- The clip-clop of Dr. Vraille's shoes drew closer and Parie pressed back against her hiding place.
- They heard the clip-clops of the horses and the whip of the driver.
- Neighs, whinnies, and snorts, along with the clip-clop of hooves as the horses tore through the camp, made it all but impossible to hear.
- Hundreds of feet clopped against the cobblestones of the road, adding the gentle clip-clop to the swelling voices.
- Then the clip-clop of hooves on cobblestone resounded in her ears.
- If she listened carefully, she would hear the clip-clop of Muthassan's wooden clogs at the gate.
- The roar of motorcycle engines will drown out the clip-clop of horses and jarveys when more than 1,000 bikes parade through Killarney tomorrow.
- I heard the far away swish of the treetops way above my head, I heard the clip-clops as Arianna fled the scene, I heard Malem's heavy breathing.
- The hallway creaked, the rain beat the roof like the clip-clop of a horse's hooves, and beds squeaked as children climbed wearily into them.
- The scuffling of boots and the softer clip-clop of a woman's heels brought his thoughts from Caroline.
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