In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(warmed)(pool) climatizado(rear window/seat) térmico
- The air and the season were getting colder now, but the heated water of the pool was warm on their bare feet.
- It's got beach chairs, cabanas for rent and a heated fire-pit to keep you warm in winter.
- If the cat spends time on the porch or in other chilly areas, you may want to give him one of these heated beds to warm up with.
- Finnish bathrooms are usually the warmest room in the house because the floor is usually heated.
- He was left alone within the basket of heated Float Stones to keep him warm.
- This usually has to be bought by mail order and as far as I can remember is best used in warm weather or in a heated greenhouse.
- Even in warmer climates, they need heated shelters to protect them in cooler weather.
- Since dry, heated indoor air can be even more dehydrating than warm sunshine, drinking enough is still a must.
- Thinking of a nice warm heated dorm as she walked through the desolate streets, her mind began to wander.
- On the sidelines, the players huddled under parkas, blew on their hands to keep warm and fought for space on the heated benches.
- One can go further south from here but we would need heated long johns to keep us warm, and we've seen enough icebergs for the time being.
- Imagine stepping out of the shower onto a warm custom heated floor.
- Faster-than-fast oriental food is on offer here with all the popular dishes keeping warm under heated lights.
- If you live in a cosy, centrally heated house, your red wine could be too warm if served at the prevailing heat.
- The heater is powerful enough, but the volume of space which needs to be warmed up is so large that heated seats are a real necessity.
- Among many other features including a heated seat and warm air dryer, it uses fuzzy logic to establish your pattern of use.
- Winnie took her shoes off, placing her feet in the comforting warm water from the heated pool.
- I hadn't realized how cold I was until I was warming up under the heated water that soothed my tired aching muscles.
- The heated seats are quick to warm you up but I think that the air conditioning kicks in at about the same time - which is very quick in my book.
- Winemakers cook lesser varieties in casks stored in heated rooms or in steel vats warmed by hot water pipes or heating coils.
2(impassioned)(controversy/argument) acaloradoto get heated — acalorarse
- During the passionate and often heated debate councillors stressed the increase was a result of recommendations made by an independent panel.
- Passions are heated, so it turned its anger on the blogger.
- China's ascent could inflame an already heated debate in the U.S. about companies sending work abroad.
- How does it differ from heated, passionate expression on religious matters?
- Mabel began a long, passionate, heated affair with him which lasted for several years.
- Everywhere you go, you hear people of either side joined in animated discussion or heated argument on this issue.
- I didn't see it but after the debate a few students approached the Labour MP and had a heated argument with her, one guy went so far as to say she wasn't welcome here.
- Car owners have also become so touchy and fussy about the parking space that any encroachment leads to heated arguments and bouts of fisticuffs.
- Of course, her sentence was cut off again by a heated passionate kiss.
- Nor does he mince words - his heated passion for going behind the corrupt, is still alive.
- He grinned and surprised me with a heated, passionate kiss.
- She repeatedly demonstrates that they are spiritually damning as the evils of heated passion often are not.
- However, that year, when Brazil and France entered the World Cup final, the two often engaged in heated arguments on the winner.
- The battle of wills was played out against a background of heated passion, not all of it unrequited.
- It was a collegial process, occasionally passionate though never heated.
- Head teachers do not have an easy task keeping control without inflaming already heated emotions.
- We were on the same boat with our names and he knew I hated my real name as much as he hated his, with an undying, heated passion.
- Investigators said they were told that on reaching the corner of Sackville Street, a heated argument erupted between the two.
- There followed a heated argument between the referee and Rathdowney officials who were complaining there were only three umpires.
- Its only reliable effect is to magnify the relevance of the issues it touches, with drama and heated passions typical of its influence.
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