In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1escabel masculinebanqueta para los pies femininebanquito para los pies masculine Mexico
- Of course, cushy red velvet window-seat banquettes and embroidered footstools don't come cheap.
- I invited her to sit down and she sat at my feet on a footstool as she for some reason loved to do.
- He threw himself down in a blue upholstered armchair and dropped his booted feet onto the matching footstool.
- She gave them both a hug and sat down in a fluffy armchair next to Waldo, putting her feet up on the footstool next to her chair.
- An armchair, a side-table, and a footstool had all been removed to one of the windows, and had been placed as close as possible to the light.
- Lying on a couch with pillows under your foot is better than sitting in a chair with your foot on a footstool.
- He closed his eyes, stretched his feet onto the footstool and started to drift back to sleep.
- He promptly relaxed in the comfort of the cushioned chair and put his feet unabashedly on the footstool, pleased to be given this privilege.
- She handed Mary a cup, then stretched her legs out, bringing her feet to rest on the matching footstool.
- I'd been sitting in the recliner for about thirty minutes and had been icing the ankle with my foot elevated on a footstool to reduce the swelling, but it really didn't look like much had happened.
- Fluffed-up pillows, footstools, reclining chairs and welcoming couches go a long way toward reducing the rigors of the day.
- After she had eaten, she rummaged around the room just long enough to find that there were eight chairs, two fairly good-sized tables, three desks, a bed, a bassinet, six footstools, and two armoires in the room.
- The restored figurine was about 15 cm high, a lady sitting in a basket chair with her feet on a footstool.
- Bringing her own rocking chair and a footstool so each child had a place to sit, each granny spun a 10-minute tale of her choice before the youngsters swapped places to hear from another storyteller.
- Put your feet up on a footstool or hassock, or lie on your side.
- It is the perfect touch for any living area, and you can opt for a model with a recliner and a footstool.
- When I came down the next morning, Verity was sitting in the study, her feet up on a footstool.
- He came and sat on a footstool at her feet, placing his hand over her book so she would look up.
- Since the recent refit it now has leather armchairs with leather footstools that you can slouch in with tables for food and drink.
- The interior is very modern, yet with a home-like feel, with leather armchairs, footstools and tables for food and drink, guaranteed to provide a more comfortable movie experience.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.