In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(after wedding)luna de miel femininethey're going to Paris on / for their honeymoon — se van a París de viaje de novios / de luna de miel
- before noun the honeymoon couple — la pareja de recién casados
- His sister and Charlie were still on their honeymoon, and he very much doubted that Leanne would be much of a comfort if she dared to come at all.
- Believing them to be a young couple on their honeymoon the Carrolls offered to change places with them but the couple declined.
- This was his favorite picture; it was taken on their honeymoon.
- The married couple can open the bottles to toast on their honeymoon, or save them for a milestone anniversary.
- He and his 28-year-old wife were on their honeymoon, having got married just three days earlier.
- The couple visited New York and Florida on their honeymoon.
- The reception was held in the Woodlands Hotel and the happy couple spent a month travelling Australia on their honeymoon.
- The wedding reception was held at the Tower Hotel and the happy couple are now on honeymoon in Florida.
- The happy couple have gone to the U.S.A. on their honeymoon.
- The happy couple are presently on honeymoon in Florida.
- She had wanted to go there on their honeymoon in 1927, but they had been too poor.
- The reception was held at the Castlecourt Hotel, Westport and afterwards the happy couple left on their honeymoon.
- The young couple went to Mauritius on their honeymoon and we wish them all the very best.
- A couple on their honeymoon are driving through a remote part of America in a mini-bus.
- When the couple set off on their honeymoon, Caroline was dismayed to find that a photographer had been hired to go to Tahiti with them.
- The couple, who spent two weeks in Italy on their honeymoon, are planning a blessing service later in the year.
- As anyone who's been there on their honeymoon will tell you, most of the 200-odd islands that make up the Maldives are pretty small.
- The happy couple are on honeymoon in Tunisia at present.
- Michael tries to stop the wedding, but arrives too late; Kyle and Natalie have already left on their honeymoon.
- A young couple got married and left on their honeymoon.
2(period of grace)luna de miel feminine
- And with the honeymoon period growing ever shorter, new CEOs have little time to get up to speed.
- The honeymoon period didn't last very long for the new manager - but in football it never does.
- Even when he was enjoying a honeymoon period in the job in the early months of the season, O'Leary was sensitive about his image and that of his players.
- This honeymoon period was brought to an end by the outbreak of war in Korea.
- That will certainly help him during his honeymoon period.
- The European Championships qualifier with Turkey was a good performance but the honeymoon period seems to have run out for the England manager.
- For the Prime Minister the honeymoon period is over and, like his party, he will be judged by improvements in services.
- The uselessness of the Metro Rail system will be clearly visible once the honeymoon period is over.
- This is perhaps the first sign that the new Presidents extraordinary honeymoon with the public is reaching the end.
- Swept to power on a huge wave of popular support in April his honeymoon period is still far from over with opinion polls giving him exceptionally high ratings.
- But, like football managers, his honeymoon period will be short-lived unless he delivers.
- The new leader is currently enjoying a honeymoon period.
- He realises that he will be granted a honeymoon period, but that he will also be required to produce results.
- By the summer of '92, their honeymoon period was well and truly over.
- Although still enjoying a honeymoon period with the press and public, on the training ground he has made it clear early on who is in charge.
- Right now, they tell me, I am in the honeymoon period.
- After all, a new president enjoys a honeymoon period of three months at most.
- It marks the end of the honeymoon period and no doubt his opponents will mark the occasion by starting to think about pulling off their gloves.
- We didn't even have a honeymoon period after he came.
- It just feels like an extraordinary honeymoon period.
- But those first few days turned out to be the honeymoon period.
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