In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for enjoyment)let's go out for a joyride — vamos a dar una vuelta en coche
- a business trip is no joyride — los viajes de negocios no son ninguna diversión
- The plaintiff went for a joyride in a light aircraft piloted by the defendant in the knowledge that the defendant was extremely drunk.
- ‘We'll have ultralights, light aircraft and general aviation - like Cessnas and a couple of warbirds including a twin pioneer, which people can have joyrides on,’ John said.
- Now in its 80th year, Qantas travels to 124 destinations and 62 major cities around the world, an impressive growth since its initial inception as a joyride and air taxi service.
- I suppose it is true that some of those on the flight are there on genuine business, but there must also be quite a few on joyrides.
- Despite pressure from Nasa to back off, California millionaire Dennis Tito is pressing ahead with plans to take a joyride on the international space station as the world's first space tourist.
- Many space entrepreneurs assume that a person will be willing to pay up to several hundred thousand dollars in return for what essentially amounts to a joyride.
- It's the ultimate joyride, an F1 car of your own.
- Suborbital space tourism might be dismissed as joyrides for the rich, and at that superficial level those critics are correct.
- The plaintiff not only accepted the offer of being taken for a joyride in the aircraft, but actively sought it.
- If Richard Branson were to build a passenger-carrying rocket for joyrides into space, would you go?
- He is expected to embark on his zero-gravity joyride to the edge of outer space for a bird's eye view of the earth in 2006 ‘if all goes well’.
- A wild west slippery slide, merry-go-round, trail bikes and furry Easter Bunny all coloured the fair, but a helicopter joyride was the biggest drawcard for three-year-old Georgia Campbell.
- Five years ago, the prospects for commercial suborbital spaceflight looked limited, consisting primarily of joyrides for tourists.
2(in stolen car)they took the car for a joyride — robaron el coche para dar una vuelta
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