In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He's wearing baggy jeans with loads of rips in and his normal black and red converse are on his feet.
- Zach was decked out in the same scruffy jeans he'd been wearing in the video.
- Jamie was wearing a green sweater that brought out his jade eyes and a pair of faded denim jeans.
- He was wearing black jeans with a rip on his left knee and a blue sweater.
- Even in the casual jeans and turtle necked shirt that he wore she was almost certain of his identity.
- He was wearing blue denim jeans, trainers, a top possibly with white stripes and either a hat or a hood.
- Below the top, she wore faded jeans and scuffed trainers, and held a burgundy jumper in her lap.
- One had short blond hair and wore a blue, hooded sports jacket, dark jeans and white trainers.
- She was wearing blue denim jeans and a jacket, a long jumper and a small yellow metal ring decorated with bows.
- He was wearing a navy Polo shirt and slightly baggy jeans that looked quite good on him.
- Even a pair of jeans and a cotton shirt looks elegant and cool if it is clean and well ironed.
- The girl wore a beige fake leather jacket, blue stone-washed jeans and white trainers.
- He was wearing blue denim jeans, a white shirt with blue stripes in a criss-cross pattern.
- He had short hair, was clean shaven and was wearing a shirt, jacket, jeans and a white baseball cap.
- Liz was wearing the new jeans, boots and denim blouse she had got at Christmas.
- She usually wears jeans, trainers and a black leather jacket and may be wearing glasses.
- She testified that he was wearing blue acid washed jeans and was not wearing a shirt.
- I have spent the past week wearing black jeans that are just a bit snug for comfort.
- He was wearing a black turtleneck and tight black jeans, making him look even thinner than he was.
- We had no money to buy fancy clothes, so we just used to wear our jeans because it was a lot cheaper.
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