In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rotation)giro masculinerotación feminine
- The young women nearby give him plenty of space for his gyrations.
- Pelting waist, wining, wukking up, movementations all are rhythmic gyrations of the waist popular in West Indian dance.
- That way they'd be spared his lewd pelvic gyrations.
- A dissenting justice speculated on the content of the message conveyed by the gyrations of strip-club performers.
- This truly dynamic duo of old-school, street style, hip-hop lyricists from Pittsburgh rocked the house with a nickel bag of attitude and lunatic gyrations to spare.
- The high-speed gyrations and shrieking monkeys have been completely eliminated, with a soporific aura of mystique and discovery permeating the recording instead.
- He found an outlet for his gyrations in gymnastics.
- But, in the media's new commitment to religious sensitivity it is filled with strange intellectual gyrations like that above.
- In the black-and-white era with its gloriously melodic music, heroes and heroines could get away with the minimum of gyrations.
- Instead he's playing to the girl's movements, creating an intricate pulsation of beats and cycles, hypnotized by every twirl and gyration.
2(complex movement)viraje masculine
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