In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1→ ice pack
- Ron asked again, catching the ice bag and catching it easily.
- He threw himself into the couch and pressed the ice bag against his face.
- They all use Q-tips, gauze, ice bags and a flat rectangular tool called an enswell to reduce swelling.
- He muttered beneath his breath, and then shifted his ice bag.
- What he really wanted was an ice bag to soothe them, but he felt too impatient to fetch one.
- She was holding an ice bag to her cheek in an effort to bring down the swelling because, in her words, she's ‘sick of telling people she tripped’.
- Then she handed the ice bag to Cordy and said, ‘I'm going to go back to your place and get some sleep.’
- I crossed the room and flopped down on my bed, holding my ice bag to my eye.
- When he did, she left him the ice bag, and went to get some sleep.
- I groan and slump against the pillows, holding the ice bag to my head.
- I looked into his eyes as he combed the hair out of my face and held that ice bag up.
- ‘This is what I've always wanted,’ he says, strapping an ice bag onto each of his knees and sitting beside the court.
- ‘Here,’ my mother appeared and handed him an ice bag.
- If time allows, catching a short nap in a darkened, quiet room with an ice bag or cold compress on your forehead can work wonders.
- I grabbed a Tylenol and a bottle of water along with the towel and ice bag and walked back into the living room.
- Ellen is sitting on the bench, holding an ice bag to her ankle.
- The only healing the Saints are doing this week is with ice bags on their groins, hamstrings, ankles, shoulders and egos.
- Andrew shrugged and then hid his face behind his ice bag again.
- Mike strolls back with ice bags Saran-Wrapped around both knees.
- Despite good intentions, they risk eventually getting up close and personal with an ice bag, an orthopedist or both.
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