In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(estate/field/area) extensoan extensive circle of friends — un amplio círculo de amistades
- extensive farming — agricultura extensiva
- Up at the top, the path widens out to reveal a large country house set in extensive gardens.
- This, coupled with its extensive gardens, should be of interest to growing families.
- All this plus extensive hilltop gardens with cross-London views, and it's all free.
- This is a fantastic walk on a broad ridge giving extensive views of the surrounding area and all above 2,000 feet.
- This extensive over-development would affect the lives of everyone living in Fulford.
- After a walk round the extensive gardens and lake, the group adjourned to Lullingstone for lunch.
- They carried out an extensive search of the area but nothing was found.
- The phone was not recovered despite extensive searches of the area by teams of officers over the weekend.
- The garden, quite extensive at that, had sported an abandoned look for a long time.
- The house and its gardens are set in extensive park land and a first impression is that of a comfortable stately home.
- This can hardly be called extensive given the area that New Malden covers.
- Today it belongs to the Rockefeller Foundation, but the extensive gardens are open to small guided tours.
- Our officers carried out an extensive search of the area this morning but he has not been seen again.
- Similarly, local hopes voiced in the consultation for extensive green areas are set to be disappointed.
- The second bedroom features a door to the garden and extensive built-in wardrobes.
- We wandered the extensive gardens of the home together and came to a steep grassy bank.
- Now visitors can wander through the house and the extensive gardens landscaped by the poet.
- Outside, the delightful wooded gardens have extensive river frontage and a sunny aspect.
- It is located within a cluster of houses and has a side entrance and an extensive rear garden.
- Outside, the extensive landscaped gardens are a defining feature of the property.
2(knowledge) vasto(knowledge) extenso(knowledge) amplio(experience/coverage) amplio(search/inquiries) exhaustivo
- After a look at his extensive collection of trophies, it is easier to understand the decision.
- The Ombudsman can look into all aspects of administration, and has extensive powers in law.
- With such extensive legal power already in the hands of the government, why do we need to make things worse?
- Windy Hill Park on the estate is also set to be revamped with a new play area and extensive tidying in the coming months.
- Your Honour will realise there is an extensive amount of material on there.
- The Marine Institute has just completed an extensive refurbishment at its facilities.
- After many years of extensive research into this area I have also reached the same conclusion.
- Homes which will be affected by the extensive work will be contacted directly by Yorkshire Water.
- He became President under a revised Constitution which gave him extensive powers.
- Rosie has also had extensive involvement with the Catholic Church and school activities.
- The Barron Hall, a listed building is an asset to the area which needs extensive repairs.
- If at first you don't succeed then institute an extensive and wideranging review of your systems and processes.
- I have a fairly extensive amount of work done on the subject, and a number of links that are worth following.
- The public toilets will also be given an extensive facelift and the whole site resurfaced with bay markings.
- Barker and Adair are thrilled by her snappish, difficult behaviour and her extensive shoe collection.
- There's nowhere else in the world you could see such an extensive and amazing collection of modern art.
- The Action Group then undertook an extensive survey which was completed in five days.
- Such an extensive collection surely implies an element of forethought.
- McClements also boasts an extensive wine list to complement the imaginative menus.
- Kumaratunga is increasingly relying on her extensive executive powers as president.
3(damage/repairs) de consideración(repairs/damage) importante(repairs/damage) de envergadurato make extensive use of sth — hacer abundante uso de algo
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