In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1adornarengalanarto festoon sth/sb (with sth) — adornar / engalanar algo/a algn (con algo)
- Today, we will not bat an eyelid when we see the festoons go up on February 14.
- Colourful festoons and flags marked the inauguration of Sanjeevanam by K.J. Yesudoss on Monday morning.
- Decorations often take up quite a bit of time at home, but the experts do it in a jiffy, for they have a range of colourful festoons and sprightly buntings in stock, all ready to be hung up at the party venue.
- Every bedroom has its own Christmas tree and festoons of decorations.
- On this, the Swarovski crystal and pearls are strung like a festoon of flowers, with hanging clusters terminating in big pieces of aqua quartz.
- To provide a festival spirit, the spiral-bound projects of the students replaced the banyan leaves as festoons.
- Meanwhile the factory of Joseph Terry and Sons Ltd was transformed by a lavish display of festoons, streamers and flags.
- The flag must not be used as a festoon, rosette or bunting or in any other manner of decoration.
- Even statues of Annamayya and Ramanuja, leave alone those of Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedkar, are enveloped in yellow festoons.
- Only flicker bulbs and festoons were seen around the premises.
- All streets leading to the holy river are decorated with colorful festoons and banners.
- They also paint them red, the colour of happiness, and string them in festoons for wedding decorations.
- It was a cosy atmosphere inside Coffee Pot, which was decked up with balloons, festoons and buntings, besides a decorated Christmas tree and crib set.
- The few trees that have been planted on the road side and road medians are utilised by political parties and companies to hang their banners and festoons, at the expense of their natural beauty.
- Non-biodegradable plastic festoons would decorate the medians and would pose an adventurous journey for road users.
- I suspect they are a strictly local phenomenon, hanging around in festoons in The Weald.
- Houses are decorated with colourful festoons, stars and cut-outs depicting the Lord Jesus' life and, of course, the quintessential Christmas tree.
- Above it, pink nylon falls in decorative festoons around a chandelier hanging from the ceiling.
- Both doors and windows were adorned with festoons that harmonized with the seats and were adorned with the monogram ‘JB,’ as were the porcelain jardinières in which Josephine put flowers.
- The road is decorated with colourful festoons whenever a new film is released and invariably there will be a mad rush for these movies.
2Architecture Artfestón masculine
- The mold-blown scallop shell vase in Plate XIII is decorated with festoons reminiscent of Phoenician glass.
- At the centre of the front of Croker's enormous sideboard is a carved vase full of flowers flanked by great seaweedy festoons of fruit, flowers and foliage.
- Thereafter, ‘fine festoon candlesticks’ make fairly regular appearances, supplied to other clients, so disseminating a refined French style through the repertoire.
- The painted body of the stately Beekman coach is adorned with the family's coat of arms, crest, and applied floral festoons.
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