In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1festivoalegrethe festive season — las Navidades
- we were in a festive mood — estábamos muy alegres
- The final act of Christmas, it marks the end of the festive season, I guess.
- Local pubs and clubs are doing their bit to keep their people safe on the roads during the festive season.
- Many of us are no longer celebrating the birth of Christ over the festive season.
- Thieves are also looking out for Christmas treats and could ruin the festive season for many.
- I was really looking forward to having a break over the festive season.
- Officers believe the mild weather over the festive season helped keep the number of road casualties down.
- The day before Christmas Eve my washer/dryer decided to take the festive season off.
- As the New Year opens up before us, locals are shaking off the cobwebs of the festive season.
- One of the great traditions of the festive season in the UK is the Christmas pantomime.
- His coachbuilder father, who was born during the festive season, was called Christmas.
- Since we neared the festive season of Christmas parties have been going on nonstop.
- That's a sure sign that the festive season is less than two months away.
- A Christmas tree has been erected every year on the Square for the festive season.
- Merry Christmas to you all and all the best for a fantastic festive season with friends and loved ones!
- The district carol service and our own Marks and Spencer at Christmas remind us the festive season is nearly here.
- The York animal home is now closed until the new year and no animals will be re-homed during the festive season.
- Surely this kind of mathematics has to have an impact on our purchases this festive season.
- Yes we are going to Mexico for two whole weeks over the festive season.
- It is aimed at giving the homeless a roof over their heads during the festive season, as well as hot food and a place to sleep.
- Buying presents for other people is generally considered the biggest hurdle of the festive season.
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