In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1excremento masculine formal
- Urine constitutes the bulk of human excrement and also contains most of the nutrients.
- Some would casually pour daily household garbage, even excrement and urine, into the creek.
- One of the monkeys starts screeching, voids his bowels and flings his excrement at another monkey.
- Seventeen animals were found surrounded by excrement and urine.
- Smashed windows allowed in the pigeons, whose urine and excrement was untouched for years.
- Only on the train home did the interviewer realise that he had tracked dog excrement across their immaculate white carpets.
- The sight sickened her, as the smell reached her nostrils - decay, excrement and urine.
- The researchers took eastern box turtles captive for a day and identified seeds in their excrement.
- But that just means our parks are now full of special bins containing flimsy plastic bags packed with excrement.
- The ugly parts were the rampant filth, waste, and excrement in nearly every corner of the town.
- The disease can also be transmitted through contact with body secretions and excrement from infected animals.
- The squatters are living amid human and animal excrement and filth.
- Feathers of infested birds are discolored by mite excrement and eggs, and the skin is scabby.
- A prosecution will be brought if a warden witnesses a person in control of a dog who allows the pet to foul and who does not pick up the resulting excrement.
- Damage included excrement in a tea pot, broken prizeboards, smashed clocks and graffiti-covered walls.
- The disease can spread on contact with body fluids such as blood, urine, excrement, vomit and saliva.
- The stench of waste and excrement fermenting in the sewers assailed his scent.
- They were covered in excrement and standing in three-feet of manure with no bedding.
- I couldn't help but giggle when they hit a sewage line and became covered in raw excrement.
- Urine and excrement had spilled into the corridors where they were sleeping.
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