In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(shiny)(coat of animal) brillante(coat of animal) lustroso(hair) brillante(hair) brilloso Latin America(paintwork) esmaltado(finish) brillante
- He was sitting with his legs up on the seat in front of him with the sun shining on his glossy chestnut brown hair.
- His hair was a glossy raven black, attractively messy in a way that suggested more time had been spent on it than one would first think.
- They produce attractive leathery glossy leaves which, depending on species and variety, add colour in winter.
- She pulled the black scrunchie out of her long glossy red-gold hair, the silky strands having been confined in a simple low, sleek ponytail.
- The result is permanent pin straight hair with super glossy shine.
- Her hair was a glossy black and her eyes were of a pale blue.
- This attractive, glossy red apple has some resistance to diseases such as apple scab, cedar apple rust, and fire blight.
- The leaves may be taking time to change and fall this autumn, but berries are in abundance and attracting birds to their glossy skins and bright colours.
- You'll also need an anti-humectant styling product with silicone to lock in your style and make hair smooth and glossy.
- Her glossy black hair shone in the afternoon sun, and her green eyes burned just as ferociously.
- He had big hands on long arms, and his hair was glossy black, gathered in a ponytail, and he looked dangerous.
- The crystal pieces are contemporary in style and stylishly presented in glossy white boxes with a turquoise silk ribbon.
- Then she takes a breath and smoothes down her glossy, dark hair.
- I stared into the glossy surface of the orb, looking at my reflection.
- She was a tall woman, slim and delicate, with a wealth of glossy raven hair.
- I'm not beautiful, I don't have silky smooth, glossy hair and stick thin legs.
- Laurel makes an attractive alternative with its large, glossy light-reflecting leaves and wide capacity.
- The pointer was already spelling something else, moving eerily across the glossy surface.
- A small green leafed fern sprawled across the opposite corner of the glossy surface.
2(on shiny paper)(print/photograph) brillante(paper) satinado
- However, if the end result is going to be a very glossy coffee table book they may shoot in 5x4 inches or even 10x8 inches.
- This is the sort of thick paper, nicely printed glossy lifestyle magazine that looks nice on your coffee table.
- The photos above it are my own, printed on my home computer/printer on glossy photo paper.
- The pair are believed to have turned down a £1.5m offer for the rights to the wedding photos from a glossy magazine.
- All these consultants and their public consultations will end up producing shelves and shelves of glossy documents with artist's impressions etc and result in not one single brick being laid.
- You've heard of the magalogue - the glossy magazine as shopping catalogue.
- Selected frames were printed on high quality, glossy photographic paper.
- An educated guess would be that the pictures are, indeed, touched up and air-brushed because most photographs in glossy magazines are.
- The house's beautiful interior was photographed earlier this year for a glossy magazine.
- In fact security would be so tight that they would probably all be refused entry, bar the photographer from a glossy magazine.
- Even glossy magazines can be printed on recycled stock now.
- The paper is glossy, with high-quality reproduction of photographs.
- She pulled out a set of large scale, glossy photographs and a clean sheet of letter paper.
- Except for the occasional story he got in a glossy magazine, the photographs could be re-sized on a color copier without impacting their usefulness.
- Many of them will have bought a glossy guidebook detailing the history, attractions, hotels and nightlife on offer at the resort.
- Printed on glossy paper and lavishly illustrated with photographs and artists' drawings, it cost no less than 50 shillings when published.
- In between times, she continued to paint and write articles for many glossy coffee table publications.
- It is a glossy, expensive 22 page long document, liberally illustrated with colour photographs.
- The orchid is their darling, the perfect flower for the perfect home as displayed in photographic spreads in glossy magazines all over the world.
- He doesn't even go near the pavement booksellers, however attractive their display of paperbacks in glossy covers looked.
1also glossy magazinefeminine revista ilustrada
- But the women who gleam from the pages of the glossies set up unrealistic and hard-to-sustain goals.
- Empty takeaway boxes littered the floor alongside discarded empties and the occasional glossy.
- The 100-page glossy will retail for £3.95 each month and has an initial print run of 20,000.
- Just like the glossies in which his celebrities appeared, his self-portraits are camouflaged, all blemishes and defects removed.
- Still, having people from all the glossies and a fair few TV types wanting to come to the party is cool.
- Adults have celebrity mags and glossies, but kids don't care about big names.
- Usually I'll stand in a newsagents and stare at the assorted glossies for ages without ever seeing a single copy of anything I actually want to buy.
- He finally leaves and I start thumbing through the glossies.
- Happily we live in a climate where such things are not merely visions glimpsed in the pages of Testino photo-shoots that appear in the fashion glossies.
- Printing 22,000 copies in Hindi and 15,000 in Urdu, one of the oldest glossies in India might have finally come of age.
- And the bi-annual circulation figures published last week show that the top eight women's glossies are all shedding readers.
- In an attempt to emulate them, millions of people follow this eating fad and that, switching diets as often as the glossies demand.
- It was genuinely a really good, fresh take on the glossies.
- Most jazz magazines are only slightly more readable than airline glossies, and serve roughly the same purpose.
- When DJ superstars started to invite the glossies round to photograph their homes it became apparent that the cash was beginning to matter more than the music.
- We should be comforted by the fact that very few women actually look like the models spread across the glossies, because even the models themselves don't really look like that.
- Airlines have stuffed seatbacks with in-flight glossies for decades, offering articles and news relevant to their routes.
- The media's preoccupation with body size runs the gamut from teen magazines to tabloids, the glossies and, yes, even broadsheets which should know better.
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- She was as motionless as her famous photo glossies, as still as the models at the Wax Museum just down the street.
- The salespeople look like they've stepped out of 8-by-10-inch glossies, but they're friendly.
- High-resolution photo papers in glossy and matte finishes transform family photos into enduring memories.
- Here she's gridded out around 564 color glossies (all portrait shots) into a long, narrow photo-mosaic.
- ‘There's two photos!’ exclaimed Charlie, gingerly sliding out the large glossies.
- My new 8 x 10 glossies came in the mail, and my father was peering at them over my shoulder.
- Twice that and you'll get wonderful 8x10-inch glossies, suitable for framing.
- It was a waterfall of black-and-white glossies.
- He didn't have an explanation for the smell but he did show Adam his collection of autographed glossies of old wrestlers.
- They cranked out a bunch of 8x10 glossies that, frankly, surprised me with their quality.
- He slid the color glossy across the black lacquer top to her.
- They each ordered a 10x12 glossy, with protective covering and backing for a frame.
- Some open with 8X10 glossies of the reporters in addition to the aforementioned letters.
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