In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1corral masculine(animals) (before noun) de corral
- Viewed from a distance through binoculars, the farm buildings were hidden in places by scaffolding and there were heaps of building materials visible all over the farmyard.
- They are located at one end of the farmyard and are used for the purposes of a milking parlour, dairy, calf shed and granary.
- He also urged farmers to regularly inspect drains and watercourses downstream of the farmyard once silage making begins.
- Locally, it may be expected not only in gardens, but also in farmyards, sand-dunes, thickets, hedgerows and woodlands.
- The surest way to do this on a modern farm is to keep children out of farmyards or where there are other dangers such as livestock.
- It can take up to a year to reopen paths across farmyards of formerly infected farms.
- Many renovated their farmyards and erected new livestock housing and waste storage facilities to comply with the stringent standards that is required to participate in the scheme.
- Permitted visitors should be asked to park cars/vehicles in the residential area of the farm away from the farmyard itself.
- On the left hand side of the farmyard stood a fifties-built bungalow with a neat front lawn and potted geraniums on the porch.
- It seems to me that the vehicular access route across the farmyard and the re-organisation of the farmyard could be determined with further negotiations.
- Bluebirds may also choose to nest in farmyards, feed lots and other areas where humans and cattle are found together.
- A strong emphasis of the judging will be on litter control in the farmyard, farm entrances, fields and watercourses.
- They turned the field into a farmyard - complete with poultry, geese, rabbits, dogs and quad bikes.
- The bloke has done some job converting their garden into a little farmyard.
- The protesters, who have been talking about repeating the exercise this Wednesday, should keep their tractors in the farmyard.
- To be sure, there was a gender division of labour: for example, in agriculture women worked in the farmyard and sold produce at the local market, while men ploughed the fields and dealt in livestock at fairs.
- The judges were very impressed by the well-kept farm entrance and the high quality of buildings around the farmyard.
- The disappearance of chickens in many farmyards and back gardens must have reduced the availability of food.
- The farmyard is covered with houses now, and the fruit trees blew down in storms a couple of years ago.
- Caryatids hold up the entrance to a barn and the former farmyard is littered with modern sculpture.
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