In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1empujarpeople jostled one another — la gente se empujaba / se daba empujones / empellones
- he was jostled by protestors as he left — al salir fue zarandeado por unos manifestantes
- As I straightened up I was jostled, very slightly, by Doreen and her companion, hurrying to get past.
- She stood staring at the lion while students jostled her and pushed their way to their friends.
- On it, you're constantly jostled, poked, elbowed and stepped on by your boogieing neighbours.
- She was jostled with every step she took and was sure she was bruised from the larger and faster beings traveling down the walkways.
- They never left her side all the time she was recuperating and they never bumped or jostled her.
- They booed and jostled him and only the expertise of the Special Branch ensured he got inside unscathed.
- Clark looked up to see two men who were obviously guards of some kind practically jostling him.
- Roop saw the look of eagerness on my face, and stuck close on my heels as the crowd jostled us forward.
- Shelley was hard-pressed to keep up as she was jostled with each step by dancing maniacs who didn't seem to care who they hit.
- As I was jostled and bumped into the washroom, I saw a sight that would change my life forever.
- She tried to walk as quickly as possible without jostling the patient.
- In my perambulations up and down Oxford Street and in the shops no one jostled me, no one got in my way.
- I was jostled, tugged along as if all these people were a tide.
- Occasionally he was jostled by an elbow, but he just ignored them and kept going.
- I went to step closer to her, but Abby brushed past us, jostling me and Jen as she headed out of the barn to my car.
- Walking slowly, she was slightly jostled about by the congested crowd of people on the sidewalk.
- The room filled with nurses and doctors and I was jostled back into the hallway.
- The next thing I knew, I was jostled and shoved around by people I could barely even see.
- As she was jostled, the pain became so intense that she cried out before passing out cold.
- Within seconds, we were surrounded by police, pushing and jostling us and telling us we couldn't go forward.
1people were jostling trying to get out — la gente se empujaba tratando de salir
- to jostle for sth
- hundreds of customers jostling for service — cientos de clientes peleando por ser atendidos
- the number of students jostling for a few places — el número de estudiantes que se disputan unos pocos lugares
- among the problems jostling for my attention ... — entre los problemas que reclaman / se disputan mi atención ...
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