In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(activities/occurrence/problems) de todos los días(problems/activities/occurrence) cotidiano(clothes/suit) de diario(characters/story) (común y) corriente(expression) corriente(expression) de todos los díasitems in everyday use — cosas de uso diario / corriente feminine
- Parks should be places of peace and tranquillity where we can get away from the dirt and grime of everyday life.
- Cheese is used mostly as a sandwich filling, in day to day cooking and as an everyday snack with biscuits.
- Once upon a time, all these pots would be an everyday sight in most kitchens.
- It takes a special kind of person to excel in a job where reminders of human frailty are an everyday occurrence.
- How many times does something happen in everyday life that seems like a terrible tragedy?
- The week has been launched to celebrate the car and the vital contribution it makes to our everyday lives.
- A second North African has no arms and has to be helped by fellow prisoners to carry out everyday tasks.
- The everyday familiarity of chicken makes the threat seem all the more plausible.
- You can provoke consideration of the grandest themes by telling a simple, everyday story.
- Now most of the guys he fought were just plain, everyday working men, mind you.
- This incident is unique in the history of the college and does not relate in any way to the everyday life of the college.
- It helps your eyes blink, pushes you off the chair, allows you to run and do your everyday chores.
- Nickel and iron are important elements used in a variety of everyday materials.
- About a third of it will go on holidays with the rest going on everyday household goods.
- The part played by traditional spirits in everyday African life has yet to be properly analysed.
- For example, display models of everyday things that are scaled up for impact.
- But it was not always so, and relics of this past can be found in everyday speech and customs.
- This is a modern day play dealing with everyday issues and it is a classic Irish comedy.
- Brian's sketches and poems are based on humorous observations of everyday life.
- Their competing views about society dominated the conduct of everyday politics.
- That's possibly because there were more people in my everyday life back then.
- They relate to the problems of everyday life, and it would be pointless to quote from them at any great length.
- She also can only pick things up with her right hand and everyday tasks such as opening a bottle are impossible.
- She was unable to carry out the simplest everyday chores and had had to abandon her previous job as a food hawker.
- The profundity of the experience demonstrated the transience of everyday knowledge.
- This is everyday basic care that should be applied to patients at all times.
- It also occurs in the everyday and informal discourse through which we construct our daily lives.
- Most of the blog posts were about their everyday lives, and what was happening in their school.
- It seems to happen to me more than it does to anyone else, though it's not an everyday thing.
- What a great synthesis of the banality of everyday life with high tech and high culture.
- It may be an everyday miracle but that doesn't decrease the wonder of it, not for me.
- If everyday decent people have to break the law to live normal lives what chance is there for an orderly society?
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