In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(ship)buque masculinebuque de pasaje masculinebuque de pasajeros masculineocean liner — transatlántico masculine
- I can also remember wailing my head off as my mum tries to calm me down whilst going aboard an ocean liner to see my grandparents off on a cruise.
- In one scene, for instance, the woman and her dog are following behind a large ocean liner in their paddleboat.
- Although it was an ocean liner, the ship also had a cargo of ammunition.
- The light-hearted show follows the fortunes of various people - including a romantic couple, escaped gangsters and a nightclub singer - on an ocean liner.
- I have always been a huge fan of retro culture and am looking forward to a trip on an actual ocean liner rather than a cruise ship.
- Despite having to get used to American spellings she quickly took to the game, and continued to play on board an ocean liner as she crossed the Pacific to visit more cousins in Australia.
- The audience is first shown the titular ocean liner and its passengers and crew during its heyday.
- The only thing visible was the tall structure of lighthouses, and an ocean liner floating across the horizon.
- I was on a Greek ocean liner, coming into the island of Mikonos.
- Two of the city's best-known attractions are the Queen Mary, a historic ocean liner, and the world-class Aquarium of the Pacific.
- In August 1939, with a single novel to his name, Gombrowicz was invited by the Polish government to sail on the maiden voyage of the ocean liner Boleslaw Chrobry.
- About 150 of the 1,500 people who died when the ocean liner sank off Newfoundland after hitting an iceberg were buried in Halifax, and 43 never were identified.
- Joey survives the fall from the ocean liner and's able to stay afloat on a passing bale of pot until she's pulled to safety by Stranahan.
- Her 10-year-old son kept pestering every crew member he encountered, begging for a chance to drive the massive ocean liner.
- All making the event seem like a luxurious cruise on an ocean liner.
- Inexplicably, the interiors of the submarine are as spacey as those of a luxurious ocean liner.
- Built as a great ocean liner, the Titanic's sister-ship was launched in 1914 and immediately entered military service as a hospital ship.
- Designed to be an ocean liner, the 150,000-grt vessel is fracturing the mold of simply becoming just another gargantuan cruise ship.
- She gazes out over a crystal-blue vista from the deck of a luxury ocean liner.
- Five minutes later a new, keening note appears accompanied by an occasional clang like the hull of an ocean liner being hammered in dry-dock.
2(eye makeup)delineador (de ojos) masculine
1(lining)forro masculine(dust)bin liner — bolsa para la basura feminine
- Besides, a smooth mesh liner is almost standard in all new bathing suits.
- The pilot, who wore only the outer dry suit and not the required long underwear and liner, died of hypothermia.
- A Gore-Tex liner and careful gusset design make them waterproof to a depth of about 8 inches.
- It also has optional liners, hidden access panel for embroidery and more.
- The glove liner, which is donned first, has several layers.
2US(record sleeve)funda feminine
- They have poppers or Velcro so you don't have to worry about pins, and they have removable paper liners that mean you can quickly and discreetly get rid of unpleasant lumps.
- The devices are available in custom sizes and can be ordered with prescored liners that ease removal.
- Thus, the soil liner significantly losses its effectiveness as an impermeable barrier.
- Over short periods of time, Colton believes that the non-PVC liner will probably be an adequate barrier.
- If you don't want to attach the vinyl/plastic liner permanently to the shower curtain, use a double shower curtain rod.
- As well as disposable paint-tray liners to pour the necessary paint to do the job without the hassle of a can.
- I already had roller covers, brushes, drop cloths (old table cloths), paint stir sticks, disposable paint tray liners, etc.
- If the pond is located in sandy or gravelly soils or near fractured bedrock, seal the pond with an approved plastic liner or at least 6 inches of compact clay.
- In arid climates, Zingaro recommends bentonite be applied beneath a plastic liner that is woven or textured on the bottom.
- Drop several extra trash liners inside each container before relining for a quick and easy way to remove future trash when it really starts to pile up.
- Determine whether the liner will be removable for laundering - a good idea for baskets holding food - or permanently attached to the basket sides.
- PVC liners fabricated by EPI are single-ply construction with Polyvinyl Chloride as the principle polymer.
- Worse yet, the truck had a polyurethane bed liner.
- Those who do not want to handle the litter can use removable liners for these boxes.
- I've used inexpensive German ruck sacks with removable rubber liners for years, but I can't find them in the USA.
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