In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(resin) rezumarpus exuded from the sore — la herida supuraba
- The experts should surely exude the wholesome smell of the clinic rather than the conservative mustiness of the courtroom.
- They welcomed us in, lighting tapers laced with damar gum that exuded a wonderful smell and were attached to the walls, giving their house the feel of a baronial hall.
- The bruschetta was beautifully presented, encapsulating Summer and the Mediterranean in one fell swoop, and exuding the smell of freshly-chopped basil - a small piece of heaven, on a day when the heavens were opening outside.
- Treatment rooms in the Great Southern literally exude the smell of essential oils - a fragrance that remains on the skin hours after the treatment is over like a pleasant reminder of the treat.
- On its skin are pores which exude droplets of moisture containing red pigment.
- Since there is less moisture in the air, the skin can become very dry and dehydrated, as it fails to replenish the moisture that is exuded naturally into the air.
- Unlike other floral species, the Rafflesia exudes a smell of rotting flesh!
- I imagined she'd smell of fresh plastic-wrapped computer components for some weird reason and was surprised by the clean, human smell she exuded.
- Fry over a moderate heat for about 15 minutes until the mushrooms have exuded moisture, then dried to form a crumbly mush.
- In a 3-meter-by - 3-meter pond, there was a blackish-greenish liquid exuding a foul smell.
- The entire four-storey building exudes the smell of fresh paint - and of colossal corporate self-confidence.
- Silk moth cocoons are made of a layer of silk that the caterpillar exudes from glands in its mouth.
- Under these conditions three of the transformants grew slowly and were observed to guttate, i.e. to exude droplets of liquid at the leaf margins.
- Above them is a large incense container that has been slowly swinging on a chain and exudes a pungent smell that lingers for the duration.
1(resin) exudarto exude pus — supurar
- to exude sweat — transpirar
2(charm/confidence) emanar(charm/confidence) irradiar
- Even though he was dressed for bed, Kayla could sense the power and influence he exuded.
- The male singer and guitar player exude emotion.
- It might have been different with any other player but he just exudes confidence.
- While emphasising the need for discipline, she exuded a caustic anti-establishment manner which at the time I found particularly refreshing.
- Some people exude outright disinterest and apathy towards their country's films.
- Affecting a very strong accent and playing most of his scenes in a kind of deadpan sincerity, he attempts to achieve a sense of inner peace while at the same time exuding a silent power.
- In her face, however, she wore the mask of one who exuded authority and quiet power.
- Really - it's something to do with exuding intelligence and sophistication.
- I believe that an artist should not exude his agonies and nightmares to his viewers.
- The young director exudes the confidence born of success when he says that films turn stale when subjects are tailored to suit the artistes.
- Dressed in designer clothes and Gucci loafers, they exuded power and authority.
- She exudes forceful understanding, deceptive manipulation, and occasional cluelessness with a rich helping of heart that radiates maternal concern.
- He hardly exudes confidence, but there is something steely and assured behind his quiet, shy manner.
- Niamh has a voice of undisputed international quality and she also exudes charismatic quality, which guarantees a vibrant live performance.
- And here, enveloped in the power and aura that Skybury exuded, Ravenna understood how true that was.
- He has a special presence in the water, exuding effortless power.
- She's as lively and impudent as the title suggests, and she exudes star power whenever she's on screen.
- Yet he exudes a sense of calm and control, mainly because he has strict rules for how he operates.
- Officials exude confidence that the projects would gain good speed once the elections are over.
- I'd read in a book that animals exuded a sense of protection and safety to their owner.
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