In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mostrarse muy entusiasmadoto enthuse about/over sth — mostrarse muy entusiasmado con algo
- they all enthused over the idea — todos se mostraron muy entusiasmados con la idea
- he enthused at length about his job — habló mucho y con gran entusiasmo de su trabajo
- Early in his career I saw little to enthuse about and much to be frightened of, but in the last few matches he has got progressively stronger and his defensive strength and bravery were evident.
- The club has a very active participation at all levels and members had plenty to enthuse about when they attended the recent presentation night in the Western Hotel.
- He was also offered a taste of sundried tomato and basil sausages, and enthused over the slices of venison, before stopping to buy a leg of pork.
- Critics like to enthuse about Miles Davis in the 1950s and '60s and disregard his output during the 1970s, a creative period after which he retired for several years.
- One does not have to strain, however, to enthuse about Indonesia's performance - remarkable so soon following its entry into democratic elections.
- At schools level, there was plenty to enthuse about.
- This weekend I'm giving a masterclass to inspire and enthuse about the instrument.
- A smashing final 25 minutes gave the 9,000 attendance plenty to enthuse about at sun-drenched Hyde Park on Sunday.
- Although we couldn't enthuse about our meal, at least customer care and fire evacuation were of a high standard.
- I sometimes find it difficult to enthuse about Chardonnay.
- I wouldn't want to enthuse about it afterwards.
- Apart from the sharpshooters there was little to enthuse about.
- It was perfect to dip naan bread in, and the pilau rice was wolfed down by Matt who seemed to enthuse about how special the chef's special was with every mouthful.
- I similarly enthuse about Ferdinand's mind now fired up, not frozen by fear and anger, able to take a different angle on valuing its ability to think, and to think very well.
- Others dining enthused over the wonderful atmosphere, attractive decor, courteous staff and excellent value for money.
- A few months ago, I stood on the galleried balcony of the town hall, listening to the mayor enthuse about the place he loved.
- It is why he'll sometimes step from the technical area straight into a post-match interview and enthuse about something he has just seen in a match that may have left the assembled media cold.
- After all, it's often more fun to rail about a terrible movie than to enthuse about a good one - but you get the idea.
- That is an attitude to enthuse about when you visit five wineries a day, and it is a jolly approach in a region that has had nothing but seriously bad press over its 2004 vintage.
- There was little to enthuse about in the early stages of the second period as Villa continued to probe more in hope than with any conviction.
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