In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lentopausadoat a leisurely pace — sin prisas
- The walk is taken at a leisurely pace and is a very pleasant way to spend a summer's evening.
- This walk will take approximately two hours to complete at a leisurely pace.
- I'll be reading the next two volumes, but at a more leisurely pace.
- It's not done at such a leisurely pace now that the temperatures have dropped.
- It is recommended that you plan a minimum of three weeks to see both islands at a leisurely pace.
- The telephone rang as Astor was completing a leisurely breakfast at nine-thirty.
- Rather than going at my usual leisurely pace, I practically ran up to the lunchroom, meeting Jess along the way.
- They walked at a leisurely pace through the rest of the battlefield and into a wild forest.
- It was early as I sat down to a leisurely breakfast on Grand Comore.
- It can take off from a relatively small runway and cruise at the leisurely pace of a car.
- We took the walk at a leisurely pace and spent about four and a half hours.
- Soon lines of houses bordered the roads and Kyle slowed to a swift, but leisurely pace.
- I don't go to bed early enough and therefore struggle to get up in time to get ready at a leisurely pace.
- That leisurely pace is what makes a balloon ride such a satisfying experience.
- I am now discovering the merits of a leisurely breakfast for the first time ever.
- She took her shower at a leisurely pace, making sure that every inch of dirt had been cleaned off of her body.
- Staff at the Carlow stations were also working away at a leisurely pace.
- They kept a leisurely pace on the walk up to the restaurant, admiring the scenery as they went.
- I like to take my lunch at a leisurely pace, as it is my main meal of the day.
- As an example of his leisurely pace, he offered up the story of how he came to write The Phantom Queen.
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