In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(column/gatepost) de la izquierdain the bottom left-hand corner — en el ángulo inferior izquierdo
- the school is on the left-hand side — el colegio está a mano izquierda
- on the left-hand side of the road/page — a la izquierda de la carretera/página
- the car has left-hand drive — el coche tiene el volante a la izquierda
- The traffic lights have been put in place so that a section of the left-hand side of the road coming into Athy could be cordoned off.
- Hedgerows and fields make up the left hand side of the path with the old canal on the right.
- The track ends but continue downhill along the left hand side of a narrow field.
- On our right hand side is where cars were parked and there were no cars parked on the left hand side, which we were driving up.
- The police report notes that there are left hand turn lanes going east and west on Mayfield.
- As Well belatedly settled, the young defender lined up a free kick 25 metres out and curled it towards the top left-hand corner.
- Some sensors for recording the temperatures in the hydraulic systems on the left-hand side of the spacecraft go offline.
- It's about fascism, and you can see the links to the whole series in the left-hand side of his front page.
- Cross the stile and go around the left-hand side of the barn.
- And my morning cough is starting to be a little painful in the left-hand side of my back, about half-way down.
- The country's flag has a light blue background with six stars on the left-hand side and one large yellow star in the center.
- I'd often stare at the statue of Beethoven I kept on the left-hand side of my desk.
- It left the left-hand side of her face completely paralysed.
- Mark McGeown, the Airdrie goalkeeper, could only watch as the ball arced towards the top left-hand corner and in off the post.
- Its cushion can be folded under the seat on the left-hand side, and a console with cupholders and a storage box can be positioned in its place.
- In the far left hand corner of that room was a staircase going up to the second floor.
- Ian Harty broke down the left-hand side before finding McDonald in the area.
- Some people have been forced to drive on the opposite side of the road because there is not enough room to get through on the left-hand side.
- Korea win a free-kick on the left-hand side of Germany's box and win a corner.
- The bar at the left-hand side of the graph represents a traditional device.
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