In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(speech/performance) improvisado(comment) espontáneo
- Now and then, there was a bit of impromptu dancing by some of the team members.
- And Paul went into an impromptu rendition of " Aint no sunshine".
- While the tea brewed, he searched his mind for a reason for this impromptu visit.
- In just those few days they had built a complex, many-layered, fully functioning but impromptu nest!
- Passengers told how they used mobile phones and novelty glowsticks as impromptu torches to guide them to safety.
- This makes us conveniently close enough for impromptu dinner party invitations.
- The event will also feature street theatre, live music and arts and craft stalls and nurses will be carrying out impromptu health checks.
- I got a phone call announcing impromptu dinner plans, so I decided to join in on that.
- He added that when he was the director general he used to make impromptu visits to the penitentiaries at night.
- They chanted their support as they were often ordered to do and kissed his hand as he made impromptu stops along the street.
- Footballs were retrieved from among the luggage and impromptu games began.
- Click here to see the pictures from yesterday's impromptu outing to the zoo.
- In addition, he has ready money for policemen that make impromptu inspection along the way.
- I had no idea how well my impromptu plan would work, but it was the best I could come up with.
- Some enterprising vendors have put up impromptu juice stalls selling watermelon juice.
- Some members remained in town after the parade and gave impromptu performances.
- Buoyed by the success of the day, we now plan to hold an impromptu New Year's eve bash here.
- After dinner, all six convene in Seward's study for an impromptu strategy session.
- Sure enough, there are bedrooms and a kitchen and even a drum set up in the entrance for impromptu rehearsals.
1(perform) de improviso(perform) sin preparación(say) espontáneamente
1impromptu masculineimprovisación feminine
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