In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1viernes masculinegirl Friday — (en una oficina) chica para todo feminine
- On Friday, we had a meeting to determine how much longer the thing was going to take.
- On Friday in Los Angeles frantic efforts were underway to try to reverse the decision.
- On Friday police said they would not identify her until her next of kin had been informed.
- They recommended that the longer opening hours should only be restricted to Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
- On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, they always showed cowboy movies.
- On Friday night Marissa is having a formal party just after your father gets home.
- The weekend seemed to start on Friday afternoon and continue until well into Monday.
- The art is on display and available to buy at both the lunch on Friday and the ball on Saturday evening.
- On Friday night I was an emotional wreck and needed to sort out a lot of stuff in my head.
- On Friday attention focused on the five people seen in the area police wanted to trace.
- There's a quiz night on Thursdays, karaoke on Fridays and a resident DJ on Saturday nights.
- They have also agreed not to work on Saturdays or Fridays to avoid clashing with market day and the main shopping rush.
- It will be open for coffee, snacks and light lunches during the day and for light evening meals on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
- Last Friday evening six youths from Melksham were removed from the park by police.
- Mr Smythe, who runs the stall with his wife, Sue, operates at the market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
- On Friday night there was a funny moment when a girl who was new to that circle was asked where she worked.
- The three day festival kicked off on Friday evening, and drew to a close on Sunday evening.
- Eighteen months ago the same thing happened to me at tea time on a Friday evening.
- On Friday morning the cell door opened and they were led out into the approach corridor.
- I went along to Waverley station on Friday evening, and spoke to a very helpful chap.
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