In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1all else — todo lo demás
- was there anybody else there? — ¿estaba alguien más?
- anybody else would have just paid and left — cualquier otra persona habría pagado y se habría ido
- I never drink anything else — nunca bebo otra cosa
- I can't think of anything else — no se me ocurre nada más
- will there be anything else, madam? — ¿algo más / alguna otra cosa, señora?
- anywhere else would be a comedown after Paris — cualquier otro lugar sería un bajón tremendo después de París
- is there anywhere else you might have left it? — ¿podrías haberlo dejado en otro sitio?
- why can't you be like everybody else? — ¿por qué no puedes ser como los demás / como todo el mundo?
- everybody else knew the answer — todos los demás sabían la respuesta
- everything else — todo lo demás
- I've looked everywhere else — he buscado en todos los demás sitios / en todas partes menos aquí/allí
- there's little else or not much else we can do — no podemos hacer mucho más
- nobody else or no one else — nadie más
- I have nothing else to say — no tengo nada más que decir
- they do nothing else besides watch television — no hacen más que ver la televisión
- they have nowhere else to go — no tienen ningún otro sitio / lugar adonde ir
- somebody / someone else — otro persona
- something else — otra cosa
- let's go somewhere else — vamos a otro sitio / lugar / lado
- whoever else you invite, you mustn't forget Susan — invites a quien invites, no te vayas a olvidar de Susan
- At this time I had to go and sort out other stuff, so I didn't see if anything else went wrong.
- He was at his desk at seven o'clock every morning, no matter where he was or what else was going on.
- Nietzsche, whom I read more as a poet than as anything else, also had it in for the academy.
- Well what else can we do when a lot of good farming land continues to be covered up by houses.
- Still, if it wasn't for the weather what else would the British have to talk about.
- The Church will have to regain its doctrinal health once again before anything else.
- Surely the judge can order the confiscation of his money and anything else he possesses.
- Is there anything else we can do to tell people that their cars must be moved?
- It seems to me that there's really no point to anything else without that basic guarantee.
- As for the main entrance, it is fit for a municipal swimming pool, and little else.
- As they converse politely, a waiter glides up and asks if they'd like anything else.
- Still, when he got out of the car he said if I needed anything else just to phone.
- Well, what else do you expect for the start and end of the working week, plus the days in-between?
- They would like to speak to the owner of the car and anyone else who has suffered from similar crimes.
- Does anyone know what else we can expect between now and the beginning of April?
- What else is he hoping for from a relationship other than the occasional letter?
- Although that probably has more to do with the way I interpret film than anything else.
- Never disliked him, but I felt he was as much the product of hype as anything else.
- The effect, say health board chiefs, is that they have no money left for anything else.
- I suppose that extra half hour was as much from audience reaction time as anything else.
- If abortion is legalised, what else is acceptable using the same sort of arguments?
2(with interrog)what else did he say? — ¿qué más dijo?
- what else can you expect from her? — ¿qué otra cosa se puede esperar de ella?
- when else could you come? — ¿qué otro día/a qué otra hora podrías venir?
- who else knows? — ¿quién más lo sabe?
- who else but a mother would have done it? — ¿quién sino una madre lo habría hecho?
- why else do you think he lent you the money? — ¿por qué otro motivo / por qué si no te crees que te prestó el dinero?
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