In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(smile) atractivo(hat/dress) sentador(hat/dress) que sienta bien Spainyou look very fetching in that hat — ese sombrero te queda muy bien
- The soloists, too, delivered a fetching geometry onstage, delightful to Balanchine aficionados anytime.
- Director Pradip Sarkar realises there is no beauty in vanity, hence his girl is beautiful without being vain, she is fetching without being beguiling.
- We even got to roam around Television Centre with them a bit today - Mena making a particularly fetching weather presenter.
- Here also she gets her lines right, she is still poised and graceful, she is still fetching on the dance floor, but she has precious little to do.
- The goalie, in fetching golden boots, slides out to collect the ball with the look of a frightened animal.
- It struggles greatly to hold your attention, despite the presence of the fetching Lane, who has been here before to far better effect in A Walk On The Moon and Unfaithful.
- Sure, the gals look fetching in their outfits - and Cook and Dawson aren't bad as Josie and Valerie.
- I am convinced I would look fetching in one of these.
- Cash-strapped sponsors of table tennis, billiards and badminton are seriously considering a change in uniform so that its women players look less dowdy and more fetching.
- With a free wheeling expressive mind-set the band seem incredibly focused, displaying fetching guitar rifts demonstrating a resemblance comparable to a Libertines stage show.
- This Naxos CD brings together three of his best concertante works in fetching new performances.
- Enjoying a sudden burst of confidence, primarily because he'd just spotted a particularly pretty classmate in a fetching skating skirt, he shot off and left me to my own devices.
- And honestly, I found him to be quite fetching, this Pappy of the Southern Wood.
- Emily looked great, as always; Dasha had that tall blonde thing working to perfection, and Helen was quite fetching in a stylish ensemble and a devilish gleam in her eyes.
- For I once referred to Ms. Landrieu as ‘somewhat fetching.’
- In Joey's adult-child personality and fetching narrative voice you will find an echo of Huck Finn, whose situation, remember, was not so different.
- However, she is funny (read Esquire interview), clever (Harvard A student whilst pursuing acting career) and quite fetching.
- From my gawking spot across the cafe, I can't testify to her firmness or fashionableness, but I think everyone in that cafe was busy facing it - she's fetching.
- Fortunately, they remember that Karl had been robbed shortly before his death by a fetching young mechanic, Rudolf.
- Unfortunately, the flash in the following photo misses what I was trying to capture - that being the fact that Minnesotan women can be quite fetching.
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