In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dentroadentro Latin Americawe were told to stay indoors — nos dijeron que nos quedáramos (a)dentro / en casa
- let's go indoors — entremos
- her indoors — la patrona
- You should go and watch them if the snow isn't keeping you indoors.
- Because I am still off sick I feel duty bound to stay indoors all day and do nothing.
- Never mind that if our building didn't crumble, we'd have to survive for weeks indoors.
- Do you think you have been effective in getting the message out to stay indoors this time?
- He punches spy holes in the wooden shutters so when he is indoors he can look out whether he is sitting or standing.
- Dry cows and in-calf heifers will suffer no loss from a couple of weeks indoors.
- He must now spend three weeks in a special isolation unit then five months indoors when he returns home to avoid risk of infection.
- Whenever I'm indoors I always wait at the corner of corridors and peep round.
- That need is greater than ever in a society which likes to keep children indoors, under supervision.
- By staying indoors you are shutting out the elements that can help you lose weight.
- They raided his home after he told officers that he had many other weapons indoors.
- For most of them, these games at Perth were their first-ever matches indoors.
- With the colder weather she moved indoors and blatantly smoked in front of us.
- He then has to spend five months indoors to reduce the chances of infection.
- Our house was freezing and my mother wore an overcoat and fur-lined boots indoors as well as out.
- Seedlings too can been grown successfully in trays indoors and planted out at the end of March.
- What with water problems indoors and the horrid wet weather outdoors, it's been a shut-in day once more.
- Finally, bring a good book and a good cook and attempt to stay indoors that week.
- I have to say that baseball caps in general and men wearing hats indoors are two things that do irritate me.
- And suppose, being banged up indoors all day, they couldn't afford to pay the mortgage?
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