In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(counter)ficha de dominó feminine
- One knocks down the next, like rows of human dominoes.
- When markets fell, their prices collapsed like a row of dominoes.
- Originally, each domino represented a throw of two dice, so each end of the domino has from one to six spots, giving 21 possibilities in all.
- Is this the "first domino" as suggested in the article?
- The lights on the object gave it an oblong appearance, sort of like a domino with the corners rounded off.
- No matter how bad it seemed it was the domino that tripped the next piece.
- The dealer shuffles the dominoes by mixing them thoroughly face down on the table.
- To wire wrap your work, place the second and/or third piece of wire through the domino.
- The first domino to fall must be him.
- Any other blank which is led counts as the lowest domino of some other suit.
- The impact caused the rest of it to collapse like a row of dominoes.
- It incorporates elements of both standard playing cards and dominoes, and with the right group of gamers to support it and invent new games for it, it could go far.
- I assumed he had won, and so I proceeded to shuffle the dominoes.
- The document then analyses three countries (Britain, Spain and Poland) in depth, with a view to identifying the weakest link or the domino piece most likely to fall first.
- The highest domino of each suit is the double.
- Suppose the first domino knocks over the second, which then knocks over the third.
- One piece gets knocked aside and you're trapped in a row of falling dominoes.
- A point is scored when a domino is placed that closes off a block.
- For the last two years large American contractors have watched the dominoes fall.
1.2dominoes (+ singular verb)dominó masculine
- The device beeped twice as the display lit up, revealing the face of a young woman in a domino mask.
- On her face is a domino mask decorated to look like a bird's face and beak.
- She asked, her hazel eyes peering out from the domino mask.
- There's a sense that possibly everyone knows who you are, yet wearing a mask (even a domino!) allows you to act differently from the way you might normally act.
- The only way to differentiate between them was their domino masks.
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