In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(business) próspero(business) florecienteshe's/they're flourishing — le/les va de maravilla
- Berlin was an inveterate correspondent, living during the last great flourishing of letter writing.
- Many universities already have flourishing programmes to help forge links with local schools.
- The year 2003 is shaping up to be a banner twelve months for the flourishing world of the genre small press.
- He came to San Francisco in 1951 at the height of a flourishing jazz scene.
- Popular culture is now a flourishing area of research.
- Even larger journals with flourishing revenue streams might be adversely affected.
- There is also a flourishing trade of used equipment here.
- Both can be important constituents of a flourishing life.
- The most flourishing modern art establishment in the world today is the Tate in London.
- Still on a high from the previous weeks performance against Carrickcruppen, Whitecross continued in a similar flourishing form against the Lurgan club.
- The Andrews family lived on the Huirangi property, which had flourishing gardens.
- Famous outside of Asia for its martial arts films, 1960s Hong Kong cinema also saw a flourishing musical genre.
- Within a year, Anderson had a flourishing business.
- The school is in a very flourishing condition, with an average attendance of sixty-five.
- Clearly, no amount of planning guarantees a flourishing institution or a successful presidency.
- In 1960 he moved to Cornwall, where a flourishing art community had developed around the small sea-side town of St Ives.
- Howard is not about to do anything to upset these flourishing relations.
- This area is known to have supported a flourishing culture in the centuries preceding Christianity.
- Amsterdam, the flourishing center of international maritime trade, was an ideal location for a collector of natural curios.
- The flourishing black market, which the Germans found impossible to suppress, was a lifeline for many.
2Botanyque da flores
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