In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lanzar una mirada lascivato leer at sb — lanzarle una mirada lasciva a algn
- a leering grin — una sonrisa lasciva
- Maybe older guys wouldn't be leering at the girls all the time if the girls actually looked their age.
- He turned slowly, expecting to see a legion of angry mermen leering down at him from behind pointed spears.
- I know she wasn't actually leering at me, in particular, but that's how it seemed.
- He shot up and saw the trespasser leering at him through the pane.
- Kayla lifted her head from its comfortable position on Landon's body to find Todd leering at her.
- Nikolas handed him money and stared as the old man leered at Dawn.
- She stood with her hands braced firmly on her hips, leering into the trees.
- The male models eyed them appreciatively, but to Aimée it looked like they were leering at her.
- He whirled around to find an impossibly tall, cloaked figure leering ominously at them.
- Wishing to keep her attention away from the man who was leering at her, Edmund struck up a conversation.
- The other girl just shrugged and came a little closer, leering oddly at Kathleen.
- Lil is standing at the counter waiting to order, and in the background Paul is leering at her from the table he is sharing with David.
- He leered at me, and grinned through a veritable jungle of bad facial hair.
- I looked up and saw the face of my coach, leering at me.
- The assassin possessively slid an arm around the woman when he noted a few men were eyeing the pair, many openly leering at Nicole.
- The walk was good and enjoyable even though she noticed the men leering at her as she turned down one of the back alleys.
- He stared down at her and leered, his eyes filled with madness and lust.
- He stood there a while, leering drunkenly, until the woman noticed him and let loose a scream.
- A group of men were standing on the balcony, leering at girls and making inappropriate comments.
- A drunk strange woman in the street leered at me, shouting, ‘What have you got there?’
1mirada lasciva feminine
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