In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(by alcohol)embriaguez feminine formalintoxicación etílica feminine formalintemperancia feminine Chile formal
- Alcohol meters to test levels of intoxication are being acquired.
- The test is recommended for on the spot testing whenever alcohol consumption is planned or intoxication is suspected.
- But when you consider the levels of intoxication and the students' smutty fratboy humour, nothing is so certain.
- Six jurors believed, like the coroner, that it was acute cocaine intoxication.
- It is our task to deal with all conditions of burns, intoxications and traumas, all kinds of accidents and falling off high places and metabolical conditions.
1.2(by beauty, experience)embriaguez feminine literaryéxtasis masculine
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