In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(day) de niebla(weather) nebulosoit's foggy — hay niebla
- It was still foggy and dark enough that no one could have spotted her.
- Big tall buildings surrounded her; it was gray, and a little foggy.
- If outdoors, a cloudy-bright or even foggy day is best.
- No more winters with snow, frost and cold foggy weather.
- Cloudy or foggy days demand extra attention; without the low sun angle, all directions seem similar.
- The clouds still hovered above us, and it was quite foggy outside.
- I glanced around at the path in front and around me, everything foggy and unclear.
- Further, the weather there is often foggy and skies are cloudy.
- His eyes were still foggy with sleep and his hair was tousled.
- Like the foggy cloud soaked fields, I am infected with hope.
- But I refused to listen to him, and marched down the dark, foggy path.
- When night falls, it becomes extremely foggy, so they take shelter in a cove.
- The Loch Ard was an iron clipper that sailed into the Strait one foggy night in 1878.
- The trio set off across the foggy moors of Innswich towards the long shadows of the town.
- It was a quiet, dark night, foggy and drizzling with rain.
- The foggy mist made it hard to see even their hands at their sides.
- He'd seen her through the crowds that foggy morn, and saw nothing but a pale black shadow.
- December 15th was a cold foggy morning in Plymouth.
- The room was cold and foggy, and it was difficult to see clearly.
- The air was slightly foggy and it was hot in the house.
- He tried to look into his foggy mind to see if he could remember anything or anyone, the only thing he could remember is some guy's fist slamming into his face.
- She nearly fell in her decent; her mind mixed in a foggy, blurry, confused mess as she stumbled into the cave.
- It gives me a headache and makes me feel foggy and confused for the rest of the day.
- My mind is foggy, my head achy and my eyelids drooping.
- My mind was foggy and my body was numb and aching from the cold.
- Her head felt heavy and foggy as she lay down to sleep.
- Lilatte didn't quite wake - her mind was still foggy, and she quickly drifted back into deep sleep.
- Her mind was just so foggy, her body so alive with pain.
- The next day I woke up groggily, my brain and eyes still foggy from sleep.
- I nearly jumped out of my skin at that, my mind foggy and hazy.
- His head was still a little foggy with the dream he'd been having.
- My foggy mind clouded my thoughts, the heavy music returning, making me feel dizzy as my head pounded.
- My mind is foggy right now, and I can't remember the exact order of things, so I'll skip to the Shino part.
- William's brisk tone went a long ways toward clearing up Drake's foggy mind and fuzzy senses.
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