In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(select carefully)escoger cuidadosamenteseleccionar cuidadosamente
- It's as if someone hand-picked the most popular crowd from each school in town because confidence radiates from the kids in the room.
- She will spend a week relaxing in the Californian sunshine with a select team of stylists hand-picked from across the globe.
- Each plant was hand-picked, with careful thought given to texture, shape and the colour of the foliage.
- The company boasts of a workforce of over 200 hand-picked translators and a number of senior marketing staff with over eight years in the industry.
- A Clapham director who trained at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre has been hand-picked to direct a play at London's Old Vic theatre.
- The selectors have hand-picked those who have the right mentality, such as Damien Martyn and Simon Katich, ahead of the natural blasters.
- She was hand-picked by Crawford for one of the toughest jobs in the network.
- Aurene Martin has been serving as acting assistant secretary, hand-picked by Norton.
- I have no doubts that Ryan was hand-picked to go into the compound and will win just because he used to play professional football.
- John Negroponte, until recently Ambassador to UN in New York, has been hand-picked for the job.
- Just as Jesus hand-picked Simon and Jude for a specific purpose, so has he hand-picked us.
- Ironically it was Shier's own new hand-picked team of executives, imported at great expense, who voted him out!
- And it's not an auspicious debut for Cohn, who was hand-picked by old pal editor John Carroll.
- He was recently hand-picked to co-ordinate the national response by Metropolitan police commissioner Sir John Stevens.
- He was hand-picked for the job by transport secretary Stephen Byers.
- Did it all hinge on the creation of an all-powerful executive council, hand-picked by Fontaine to circumvent the chiefs?
- Show host Mary Alice Haney hand-picked Childs last week from possible candidates working at the zoo.
- An ensemble hand-picked by lead singer and songwriter, Davo, the members were chosen based on their work ethic.
- The budding actors were hand-picked from hundreds of young hopefuls who auditioned for the parts at Kendal Town Hall earlier this year.
- The members of the court are hand-picked by Chief Justice William Rehnquist.
2hand-picked past participle(materials/personnel) cuidadosamente seleccionado(fruit) cosechado a mano
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