In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I have found occasional references to this conveyance in papers from 1903 and 1904 as I have compiled the snippets from old newspapers which appear on the left of this page.
- It is the rocket from the Earth to the Moon, the conveyance to other worlds.
- ‘It may sometimes happen that persons of opposite characters might be carried in the same conveyance,’ he warned.
- SUVs and the latest models of cars became visible, the border was a beehive of activity with thousands of people in any form of conveyance going across to either side to carry out chores and business.
- This will be a concern to Internet service providers, to any company that offers products or services on the Internet, as well as the transport conveyances, cable modems and other similar services.
1.2(vehicle)vehículo masculinemedio de transporte masculine
2(transfer of property)traspaso masculinetransferencia femininedeed of conveyance — escritura de compraventa
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