In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(time without end)eternidad femininewe shall meet again in eternity — volveremos a encontrarnos en la otra vida
- We might all have to go underground and sulk for all eternity.
- First he was a great-grandson of Queen Victoria whose reign seemed to go on for all eternity.
- This alone could have brought in enough revenue to finance Social Security for all eternity.
- If a British tennis player were to give up a chance to win the men's single title for a small thing like the love of a woman he would be torn to pieces, or at least mocked for all eternity.
- Just imagine, your own voice, your own words, broadcast out into the cosmos for all eternity.
- The king was then taken to his burial chamber deep below the pyramid and then sealed there for all eternity.
- A stone is also symbolic of eternity, like the cornerstone of a building, placed to last for all time.
- Will they find happiness or are they doomed to misery for eternity?
- Wiccans usually put the symbol in a circle, which has traditionally represented the endless or eternity.
- Sticking with the fish, they are often served whole with the head and tail bent towards one another like a circle or symbol of eternity.
- Usually, the twin pines symbol is enclosed in a circle to symbolize eternity.
- I think that my thoughts should be recorded forever on paper and bound so that mere mortals may read them for all eternity.
- The German political elite felt that their country would be condemned for all eternity to bear the burden of its militaristic excesses, and successes.
- Then the Shia family could have reigned in happiness and strength for all eternity.
- Basically, either way, she was doomed to suffer for eternity.
- Then he realizes that he is doomed to spend eternity locked in the same place, seeing the same people do the same things every day.
- Diamonds, symbols of eternity, are not forever - they will eventually degrade to worthless graphite.
- And it is a symbol of eternity, time immemorial.
- From that time on, David will love this woman, his mommy, with all his heart for all eternity.
- He also wanted to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to make his career, to make his name for all eternity.
- He made a huge mistake and will suffer for it in the hell of his own self absorption for all eternity.
- There were a couple of scenes where I thought they'd just forgotten to end it, that maybe it would never end, and I'd be watching for all eternity.
2(long time)eternidad feminine
- After what seemed an eternity of uncomfortable silence, well, I thought someone had to break it.
- For Melanie, however, school seemed to last an eternity on Friday.
- After an eternity of waiting, he finally spoke, ‘I'm shallow?’
- I started sweating, and every passing moment seemed like an excruciating eternity.
- What seemed like an eternity passed, but the creatures made no attempt to advance.
- They sat in silence for what seemed an eternity, when suddenly Isabel's phone rang.
- I bit my nail anxiously as I waited an eternity for Mom to answer.
- After a seeming eternity, they were beneath the stage.
- The woman is gone for what seems to the man to be an eternity.
- I truly smiled at her after what had seemed like an eternity of waiting.
- Finally, after what seemed an eternity of waiting, the first dragon came into view.
- Six months is a long time in the restaurant business - six years is an eternity!
- Disagreeing with any aspect of Government policy would doom them to an eternity on the back benches and make high government office impossible.
- To Scott it seemed like Mary took an eternity to make up her mind.
- So, it's almost here after what seems like an eternity of endless waiting.
- If you are with a group of males expect to wait an eternity.
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