In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1UScinta adhesiva plateada (de sellado) feminine
- Secure the hose to the drain pipe with duct tape to prevent it from coming out.
- It turned out that he did know how to fix a broken pipe: use waterproof duct tape.
- John looked inside and found a rusty screwdriver taped to the inside wall with duct tape.
- Some of the supporting duct tape had melted and stretched, requiring replacement.
- Among the biggest concerns was whether the astronauts had duct tape, Smylie said.
- I also have a new hobby of backing my car into trees and then taping the trunk down with duct tape.
- The tests show blonde hair stuck to a piece of duct tape found on a beach does not belong to the missing girl.
- If you're using frames made of wood, you can try taping the nylon with duct tape, or nailing it on.
- Give a person a wrench, a hammer, and some duct tape, and you'd be surprised what can get fixed.
- As a wise man once said, true mountaineering only really requires duct tape and a plane ticket.
- He was restrained with what looked like duct tape and was now kneeling beside me.
- Lacey turned around and darted for the coffee table and grasped a reel of duct tape, holding it up in her hand.
- Strap duct tape over the mesh portion on the toe for better wind insulation.
- And how did we know it would involve large quantities of duct tape?
- When working in the field, stick a strip of duct tape to your pants.
- Both riders have ragged squares of duct tape on their feet: waterproof blister bandages.
- She handed her shoelaces to the nurse and the nurse, in return gave her two pieces of duct tape to hold her shoes on.
- It was much easier to just get a new plate than it was to try to fix the one with duct tape, though in theory it should have worked.
- Parents were told to cover the wart with a piece of duct tape for six days.
- Then on top of that, I laid a fresh bandage pad on it, and taped that down with duct tape as well.
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