In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(intoxicating)(scent) embriagador(wine) que se sube a la cabeza
- The heady spiced wine burned down her throat and hit her shrunken stomach like a small explosion.
- In attendance were Bollywood representatives giving the city a heady mix of chic and style.
- It's a culinary phenomenon to rival the heady sun-dried tomato days of the early 90s!
- Such is the heady spirit of passion and opportunity embodied by Kama Sutra.
- It is the latest in town and a deadly and rather heady combination of coffee and vodka.
- As I approached, the heady scent of alcohol reached me, and I knew she had passed out.
- Incidentally going back to those heady days, it was the first local radio station to be opened outside Dublin.
- The heady scent of roses and wet grass grabbed a hold of his senses and sent a shiver up his spine.
- A heady mix of coconut, pineapple, vanilla and banana, and it's yours for only a quid.
- You can certainly drink it on its own, but bear in mind that it's a heady 14% alcohol.
- It was a heady time to be young when anything seemed possible.
- I'm going back to my desk to continue inhaling the intoxicating, heady scent of my new PC.
- The result is an eminently readable account that captures the spirit of those heady days.
- The temptation to let the heady ecstasy of power get the better of you is self-evident.
- The atmosphere at home was a heady mix of bookish culture, genteel poverty and violence.
- Jerusalem is a city of contrasts and conflict, a heady mix of the ancient and the modern.
- The heady local beer, Viking, is sold in a 500 ml glass, which looks just like a pint.
- These were heady, intoxicating days, when Edinburgh in August was the place to be.
- Accessible only by a dirt path which runs off a single track road, it's about as far from the heady glamour of Hollywood as you can imagine.
- I yearn for those heady, simple, days in Manchester when your mates would knock-on and ask if you could come out to play.
- This heady union, which begat gay liberation, has been all but ignored by the culture.
- The Bloody Pom, a heady mix of gin, damson liqueur and pomegranate, is particularly good.
- You can taste this heady mix of rum and sugarcane juice right near MG Road, in a five-star setting.
- It was this heady and potent brew that fired Imoudu into action.
- The three young protagonists are students in these heady yet harsh times.
- At its best, Argentina's adopted white grape makes fragrant, heady wines.
- The answer is yes, because we're told that many youngsters now prefer colas, if not beer or more heady stuff.
- Rich and heady wine was brought to all of the dinner guests, the finest in the manor's stores.
- Drank too much wine, too much whiskey, too much heady Norwegian cognac.
- The sparkle going on between us was light and fun and heady and I knew I was safe to be cheeky, personal, as if we had known each other for weeks.
- All cost just under £2, came in a specific glass and were potent, heady and delicious.
- And this is immediately apparent when one returns, in the final chapter, to the heady early days in New York.
- We don't realize the heady pleasures of such paradoxes if we obsess about boundaries.
- Even a half and half mix of wine and water was considered a heady brew.
2(pace) vertiginosothese are heady days for the country — el país vive momentos emocionantes
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