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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- Whilst reveling in the acoustic rhythmic paradise I was jilted by the interruption of some very dodgy saxophone notes.
- Aida is a young girl who is jilted by her lover, Marcello.
- So why am I now like a moping, jilted lover who has just discovered that flowers still smell and the sun also rises?
- Yes some women, heart broken by being jilted, will respond by genetically engineering sons who are more likely to be monogamous.
- After the smoke cleared, it was discovered that Captain Henry had jilted the rest and made off with most of the booty.
- A study of contract killings in Australia has found most are not ordered by criminals, but by angry spouses and jilted political lovers.
- A note was delivered to her as I waited, but again I was jilted.
- She herself was accused by the defence of being a ‘consummate actress’ who invented her story because Bamber had jilted her.
- Perhaps he was jilted by a 28 year old woman, who knows.
- The story of what and who can be found on a beach takes in characters such as models, lifeguards, and a girl who has jilted her fiancé.
- His sudden voice had jilted me from the conversation Duhze and I were having.
- The film also resists the temptation to turn Mandras into a cardboard-cut out jilted lover.
- These are real people who have left damaged families, jilted lovers, and dark secrets behind.
- The woman, it appears, had not only been jilted by the drapery assistant but he had also ‘circulated a scandalous report about her’.
- He sees her every performance and insinuates himself into her life, then ends up marrying her when she is jilted by her lover.
- Throughout the course of the film, we learn that a young lover jilted her, then she lost his child during a pregnancy she never told him about.
- They have been jilted at the altar one too many times.
- I feel like some jilted lover or something from Shakespeare, thinking these things to myself.
- Students use it to research their papers, jilted lovers use it to stalk their exes - and journalists use it for just about everything.
- Is it more painful to be jilted by a lover or an entire nation?
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
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