In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he wants to see us all, including you — quiere vernos a todos, incluyéndote a ti
- including the introduction, the book runs to 300 pages — incluyendo / contando la introducción, el libro tiene 300 páginas
- there'll be seven of us, including you and me — incluyéndonos a nosotros dos, seremos siete en total
- up to and including page 25/21st May — hasta la página 25/el 21 de mayo inclusive
- they all liked it, including Paul — a todos les gustó, incluso / hasta a Paul
- the bill came to £20 including service — la cuenta ascendió a 20 libras, servicio incluido / incluyendo el servicio
- not including insurance — sin incluir el seguro
- He called her from the Whistling Goose pub in Hull where he was drinking with a group of people, including Niall.
- Vulnerable people with great needs, including dementia, should always be thought of first.
- Controls are sampled from the whole cohort, including people who become cases.
- This is meant to be an amenity for the whole city, including teenagers.
- There should have been seven of us but I could only count six, including myself.
- Very soon Cumae spread its power over the whole Phlegraean area, including Naples.
- This is a very exciting proposal for the whole community, including the people of Oakenrod.
- The car had been chased by a number of people, including security guards from a number of shops.
- It's impossible to know until we privatise the whole transport system, including roads.
- He said it was hoped to involve the whole community, including trades people and organisations.
- This is money that could be better spent on a whole range of services, including health care and education.
- There were people in the house at the time, including a young child, but nobody was injured.
- Soon the whole ground was singing it and many people, including me, were in tears.
- On March 20, he was in a company people carrier with three attendants, including a driver.
- Three other people, including Higginson, deny aiding and abetting corruption.
- She got together with neighbours, including Mr Zeller, and a public meeting was organised.
- We just need to work on the whole package, including the tyres, to make it better.
- Actually my whole family were baptised and confirmed Roman Catholic, including me.
- These are people who cannot buy their normal requirement of food, including rice.
- Its aim would be to keep talented people, including students from the University, in the district.
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