In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- All movement was eradicated as a brilliant flash of blue-orange light illuminated their horrified faces.
- The sun's morning light shone softly, illuminating her blue eyes.
- Then a storm begins, and the flashes of lightning briefly and beautifully illuminate a tree waving in the wind outside the window.
- A golden light was shining down illuminating Isabelle's face.
- A great flash of lightning illuminated the world outside, showing the trees dark against the night sky.
- A flash of light briefly illuminated the hallway, pouring through the broken window and burning their eyes.
- The next town was Boyes, just 29 km down the road and as we rode towards it we saw flashes of lightning illuminate the horizon.
- Seems its only presence to the passing motorist is a narrow entrance road and a sign which wasn't illuminated.
- Lightning flashed, illuminating the dark hollow face of a single man.
- The lightning flashes illuminated the pastor's face.
- A green fluorescent light illuminates a wall work that quotes the iconic graphic equaliser readout in homage to Donald Judd.
- Great flashes of light illuminated the whole area, punctuated by the rumbling of thunder clouds.
- That day, it was the interior's turn to be brilliantly illuminated - by fluorescent lights carried up to the rafters by remote-controlled helium balloons.
- At the top of the last little bump, they could see the shoulder-high summit sign illuminated by the first light of day.
- Kentis elects not to use artificial lighting, so the only time we see the characters is when a flash of lightning illuminates them and the sharks that are circling them.
- At the moment, in the third window down, a light shone brightly, illuminating a small patch of the garden below.
- When the lights flashed it illuminated the sky and the whole area.
- The heads will face one another topped with a helmet and lamp from which beams of light will illuminate the carriageways.
- Overheard the sun shone brightly, illuminating the garden with a brilliant ray of light.
- He said oversized and illuminated signs were not appropriate in the area.
2Art(manuscript) iluminar(manuscript) miniarilluminated initial — letra historiada / miniada feminine
- Large illuminated letters became popular with the advent of hand-written manuscripts and official documents.
- Yet a current show there, on one of the grandest of all illuminated manuscripts, does both.
- Two different worlds present themselves to the scholar of Hebrew illuminated manuscripts from Spain.
- Thus, the museum began to acquire European sculpture and old master drawings and purchased an important collection of medieval and renaissance illuminated manuscripts.
- He is a fine late Romanesque painter open to more modern influences, particularly those emanating from Byzantium, perhaps via Franciscan illuminated manuscripts.
3.1(issue/difficulties/problem) esclarecer(difficulties/problem/issue) dilucidar
- Like the rescue workers there, one waded in trying to find something that was alive, that would illuminate and explain what had happened.
- All of these essays are clear, well documented, and illuminating.
- The commentary is particularly illuminating.
- Their results were paradoxical and their discussion illuminating.
- Though MacDonald's discussion of this topic is interesting and illuminating, it left me unconvinced.
- Stark's discussion is lively, pointed and frequently illuminating.
- There is even the promise of positive theory, exemplified in a brief but illuminating discussion of Likert's notions of effective hierarchies.
- The editors emphasize making tacit knowledge itself explicit, rather than illuminating the process of creating and using valuable tacit knowledge.
- Arf contributed to the education of many of the present day mathematicians in Turkey, not only by his lectures but also through illuminating discussions in conferences and seminars.
- The text ends on page 710, the rest consisting of notes and index, and while the notes are sharp and illuminating, some of them amount to mini-essays.
- Cross-cultural research can help illuminate and clarify the social and developmental differences that exist across various cultures.
- Of this central Lockean teaching and Zuckert's meticulous and illuminating discussions of it, we hear not one word from Prof. Mitchell.
- That last incident is particularly illuminating.
- Fellow blogger and super-cute Darian had some very funny, illuminating and revealing stories about the film he was currently working on.
- The two books provide detailed but clear legislative history while illuminating the changing political process and values of the postwar West.
- The discussion is often illuminating: for example, the discussion of the divine king, or of the marginalization of royal women in Benin.
- Even here, in the first chapter, the reader is treated to probing analysis and illuminating discussion.
- He does so clearly, often illuminating the topic with discussion of classical texts.
- I would like to thank him for illuminating discussions and for sending a manuscript prior to publication.
- Questions were asked about black box, flight paths, crashes, missile technology, etc., and the answers were illuminating.
3.2(about a subject)explicarle a
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.