In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1escalera de incendios feminine
- He veered right and started frantically climbing the fire escape, only to feel a tug on his shirt.
- A few years ago, a family of mistle thrushes looking for somewhere to live chose the corner of a factory fire escape in Trafford Park.
- The Inspector scaled a fire escape at the back of the building, captured the bird and released it into the nearby river.
- He suggested there should be a fire escape in addition to the main staircase.
- They were near an overflowing dumpster, and a fire escape heading up into one of the buildings.
- The right side of the fire escape broke free from the brick building and swung down towards the street.
- There is a lift service to the upper floors and a fire escape to the rear provides access to Anne's Lane and Dawson Street.
- Part of the problem was the design of a fire escape at the back of the building.
- He sighed as he leapt to the fire escape and climbed down the stairs.
- He turned, glancing back at me to make sure I was following, and went over to the fire escape.
- I climbed up to the first platform on the fire escape and turned around to see Tina still on the ground.
- He walked over toward the stairs of the fire escape and tried pushing them down again but to no avail.
- He leapt back out onto the fire escape and decided to head for the roof and hope that he would be able to jump to a building.
- There was a bookshelf with books stacked all over it and a few windows, one which had a fire escape next to it.
- Her eyes soon caught sight of a fire escape that led to the top of the building.
- I heard the cops running up from behind me and ran and leapt onto a nearby fire escape and climbed to the roof.
- It swung downward jerkily, allowing access from the ground and up onto the fire escape.
- Joey placed an ax on his shoulder, then climbed the fire escape to the new roof.
- As a result of Mr Kirby's complaint, two officers from York Fire Safety investigated the fire escape yesterday.
- Only a little light seeps in from the alley as Tom walks toward the fire escape.
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