In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(clothes/shoes) para estar en casa(plants) de interior(es)(swimming pool/tennis court) cubierto(swimming pool/tennis court) techadoyou need to use a flash for indoor shots — hay que usar el flash para fotos en interiores
- I'd prefer an indoor job — preferiría un trabajo que no fuera al aire libre
- indoor antenna / (British) aerial — antena interior
- indoor games — deportes bajo techo
- indoor soccer — fútbol sala
- If you are working, use the breaks during meetings to stretch or take a brisk walk up the indoor stairway.
- The campsite already has three basic indoor accommodation blocks in addition to camping facilities.
- One possibility is that they will cover their artificial pitch to create an indoor facility.
- The programme has a wide and varied list of entertainment, indoor and outdoor over the eight days.
- The building also incorporates a stained glass ceiling and indoor lake boasting Koi carp and sturgeon.
- Today's weather is perfect only for indoor DIY with a nice hot cup of cocoa.
- So, the recent measures to restrict smoking in indoor environments are to be welcomed.
- However, raising a wide variety of fowl and pigs are well within the capabilities of indoor farming.
- There are plenty of attractions including an indoor Christmas market and children's fairground.
- All experimental trials were conducted within the confines of an indoor squash court.
- They do flower but these are insignificant, though if picked and dried they can be used for indoor winter decoration.
- Unique gift for special occasions, a stunning patio and indoor plant and feature tree for parks and large gardens.
- As with the Jazz Fest, there's both pricey indoor shows and free outdoor concerts.
- It's also a beautiful addition to indoor spaces that are usually devoid of life.
- The pair of them, in short, have become indoor cats of their own choice.
- The work will see the indoor market within the shopping centre transformed.
- He lives on a farm and there was no indoor toilet and no door on the shower room.
- Cooking and heating with such solid fuels on open fires or stoves without chimneys leads to indoor air pollution.
- Usually, those who maintain a good garden are more interested in keeping indoor plants too.
- If the indoor tables don't satisfy you, and if the weather is right, do ask for a table on the terrace.
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