In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for horse)arnés masculinearreos masculinejaeces masculine
- The ancient horse harness was no more and no less efficient than the famous horse collar of the eleventh century.
- However, small items such as brooches and horse harnesses made out of recycled bronze in native styles have occasionally been found at forts.
- It also includes used animal trappings such as harnesses, saddles, halters, reins, rope and chain.
- Cyril intercepted them, grabbing the near horse's harness and steering them to the rings set in the outside of the barn and tying them there.
- The accompanying drudgery was worth it and if you have ever tried to lift a set of heavy horse harness you will have some idea of the effort required.
- There were two sturdy draft harnesses drawing the cart, slowly as is their wont.
- Nash was pleased to see that Fric had padded and rigged the horse's harnesses for silence, as well as shoeing their hoofs with leather covers to muffle their trot.
- We found several other well preserved bronze objects, many likely to be items of horse harness.
- I went about my usual morning routine, feeding Angel Wing and the pull horses, and putting on the harnesses for the carts.
- Sheera stands next to him, the horse's harness still in her grip.
- He was diminutive, and how he managed to lift the heavy harness on the draught horses for ploughing was more than I could understand.
- Two of those main factors were the inventions of the chest harness for the horse and the three-field system of agriculture.
- With driving time at a premium, modern carriages and synthetic harnesses make life a lot easier.
- Iron components of the chariot were found in a good state of preservation, including the two wheel rims and hub - hoops, the yoke fittings, harness and horse bits.
- Among the discoveries was the rich burial of a young man, buried with weapons, vessels of wood and bronze, and horse harness, his horse buried alongside in a separate grave.
- Here you can see intricate jewel-encrusted horse harnesses or the gold block designs on white headscarves.
- He surrenders the leather reins, and the harnesses all festooned with bells.
- Incredible finds from the square barrow grave dating from the third or fourth century included richly ornamented pieces of horse harness and parts from the wheels of the chariot.
- It is full of pictures of men and women in bits, harnesses and hooves pulling carts, and trainers riding or ‘showing’ their ‘ponies.’
- Both collars for larger animals and harnesses for smaller ones have been designed to carry Crittercam systems.
2(straps)masculine arnésfeminine correasmasculine arnés
- The Doctor rambled on, as he checked the leads from the computer to the harness strapped tight to Tanj's head.
- Mr Howland, who always gave instructions to fasten the harnesses before they started cleaning the windows, went to check on the other three men working on different levels of the building when the tragedy happened.
- I had a long walk out hauling my glider and harness on my kayak cart, but got to the party in time.
- The second was that I refused to allow myself to be harnessed to a particular parent on a climbing wall.
- As soon as he strapped his harness around him, he felt the transition as Costanza deactivated the artificial gravity field.
- I love staking the gliders into the wind and hanging the harness from the hang strap to balance it out - a dynamic stability, like flying.
- He was not injured except for a few scratches and black and blue marks over both shoulders caused by the harness straps when the chute opened.
- I closed my car door and strapped the racing harness on.
- Bill moved to the other seat on the bridge and fastened the harness across his waist and chest.
- The assistant who was about a nineteen-year-old boy helped us into the harness as we strapped on our helmets.
- Their eyes, all four of them, rolled and showed white as the harnesses were strapped to them, mindful of the spikes that traveled down their spines, sharp and menacing.
- Then there is the issue that Bo's accident highlights, where he neglected to attach the chute bridle to the harness.
- We climbed back up the cliff face then strapped into our harnesses for the abseil.
- A flight attendant helped me fasten my flight harness.
- There was no gravity inside the small pod so the two survivors were strapped into harnesses to keep from floating around.
- Gino's grip tightened and he strained against the strap of his harness.
- Still humming, Ethan fastened the harness around Giles's arms, like hers, so he couldn't lift his hands more than a couple inches, once he woke up.
- She double-checked the harness fastening her to the basket.
- Quickly and quietly they strapped themselves into the harnesses and forced the silver doors open.
- Another piece of fall-prevention equipment is a wrist harness.
3safety harnessarnés de seguridad masculine
1(put harness on)(horse) enjaezar(horse) ponerle los arreos a(horse) ponerle el arnés athey harnessed the donkey to the cart — engancharon el burro al carro
- Cantus paused mid-step, his eyes on the freakish beast that was harnessed to the cart.
- In some cases horned animals are harnessed to simple ploughs.
- After gathering a little food for the journey, they harnessed her pony and set off into the night.
- Goundsman John Yates each week would harness a horse named Jenny to the club roller.
- There was a hay cart with a horse harnessed to it.
- With Theseus, she would want him to harness the horse, guide the chariot, take the sword.
- He harnessed the two horses and led them outside the front door to wait for Ashe.
- We harnessed up horses after that and tied down the covers on wagons that no longer had anyone to steer them.
- A photograph in the late Jess Chandler's History of Marlborough shows the horses harnessed to the fire engine in front of the town hall.
- James returned as the morning was fading into the afternoon, a second horse harnessed to his.
- But of course the great plan, the master plan for the property is to one day lay down a track, to harness up a horse, and start jogging one up and learn to drive.
- On the other side, Silent George harnessed an old mare and headed out to the edge of his farm near the river.
- Outside the door Osred was harnessing two horses to the waggon.
- Two horses were harnessed to a small cart that rattled along near the back of the single-file.
- Monkeys were dressed as soldiers and rode atop goats harnessed to a small chariot.
2(utilize)(energy/power/resources) aprovechar(power/energy/resources) utilizar
- This technology is harnessed to provide heat for buildings of all kinds.
- But now they're also realizing the power of this gushing water can be harnessed to produce electricity.
- We ought to be continuing to research and spend research dollars to make sure that we're able to properly harness nuclear energy without harming the environment.
- Now, its silent power is to be harnessed to help provide electricity for Windsor Castle in a scheme that underlines the Royal family's green credentials.
- In January Wavegen was awarded a £2.1m grant to develop a new prototype to harness wave energy.
- ‘Ireland should be harnessing its natural resources and should be a net exporter of power rather than an importer,’ he said.
- An excellent example of successfully harnessing solar energy was demonstrated to the world at the Sydney Olympic Park last month.
- A waste to energy plant where heat generated in the process will be harnessed to provide enough power for 50,000 homes.
- The center harnesses the nature's energy in a number of ways to save energy costs and the environment.
- He will have made a machine that can harness the energy of the ocean's tides.
- In this way, the energy released by the exergonic reaction can be partially harnessed to drive the endergonic one.
- All the same, these conditions have long proved impossible to sustain in physicists attempts to harness nuclear fusion for energy generation.
- Once in place they will harness the wind's energy and produce enough electricity to power over 500 homes.
- Today's windmills are entirely computerized, with sensors that allow them to turn into the wind to harness energy as efficiently as possible.
- The system would have produced 3.5 megawatts - the five turbines being designed to harness tidal energy and turn it into electricity.
- Also, they speculated that uranium perhaps could be harnessed to replace coal or oil as a fuel for industrial power plants.
- Wind energy and solar power could be harnessed to heat the dwellings and provide enough energy for daily needs.
- The rapids have since been harnessed to provide the city with hydroelectricity.
- It is designed to harness the energy contained in ocean waves to produce electricity.
- Each electrical appliance harnesses the energy of electrons in some way to create a useful side effect.
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