In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1malabarismos masculinejuegos malabares masculinejuegos de manos masculineit took a bit of juggling to make the figures fit — hubo que hacer malabarismos para que cuadrasen las cifras
- It was just a matter of organizing things, a bit of a juggle and a dance between childcare, meetings and contracts.
- My partner Nigel is an actor, and it is a juggle between jobs and baby.
- It's that big juggle that many of my readers know, with my life depending on fantastic nannies.
- It tries to portray a juggle between characters and the situations and relationships they are involved in.
- The challenge for Ginsberg was to figure out how to control all 62 devices in the show, a constant juggle to control the pieces and make them work together.
- That sounds quite a juggle for community members to be able to do that, is that happening?
- And look, finally, do you think that either party understands the juggle that families face, particularly mothers, working mothers?
- Administration Manager, David McKinnon, says life at his centre is a constant struggle and juggle.
- Life's a juggle, and you make the choices that suit your life.
- I mean, it's a remarkable example of the great juggle that so many working women do today.
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