In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1apogeo masculineauge masculinethe 1930s and 40s were the heyday of Hollywood — los 30 y los 40 fueron los años de apogeo / de auge de Hollywood
- in his heyday — en sus buenos tiempos
- the heyday of American power and influence — el auge / el apogeo del poder y la influencia americanos
- Each track sounds like it comes from Motown Records in its '70s heyday.
- In its heyday, only 30 years ago, just under 1,000 trawlers operated from the port.
- But despite yesterday's good news, the heyday of mining in Yorkshire has well and truly passed.
- In their heyday, before the Second World War, there were more than 80,000 geisha in Japan.
- In Fangio's heyday in the early years of the championship, survival was as notable as performance.
- In appearance he was a cross between a youthful James Stewart and Peter O'Toole in his Lawrence of Arabia heyday.
- In its heyday, the Falcon GT was reckoned to be the fastest four-door sedan in the world.
- In its heyday, it was one of the best motor dealers in all of county Sligo.
- The picture quality ranges from sharp and clear interview footage shot recently to soft and grainy footage from the band's heyday.
- A local hero in his heyday, he ended his life alone, shutting himself away after being diagnosed with cancer.
- In its heyday it was selling 700,000 cases a year, but that figure has now halved amid declining sales.
- In his heyday he was also an excellent marksman and didn't need much help from the dogs when it came to finding birds.
- I understand the feelings of loss among those who have fond memories of the Odeon in its heyday of the Thirties and Forties.
- In its heyday the Barnbow factory in Leeds was crucial to the Allied war effort during the First World War.
- You have to go back 10 years, to the heyday of Radio 1, to find a station with a bigger audience.
- It was a salutary lesson for the woman who, in her heyday, had spent 209 weeks as the world No.1.
- In its heyday, MTV would sometimes air the same episode as many as ten times per week.
- Water mills have been in existence in Britain for more than 1,000 years. They had their heyday during the Industrial Revolution, when the textile industries in the Midlands relied on this form of power.
- Over three million people walked through its door every year in its heyday before the war.
- To me, it's a good reminder what Blackburn was, with heavy industry that employed tens of thousands in its heyday.
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