In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the pictures made the room feel lived-in — los cuadros le daban un ambiente acogedor / cálido a la habitación
- I headed down to the basement, because that had been made into a room; it was the only room that looked lived-in in the whole house.
- The bed, the desk, and the bookshelf were all in one half of the room, and that half was, by far, the most lived-in part of the room.
- It seems the best restaurants are the ones that feel like you're walking into someone's home - they have a worn, lived-in look about them, the decor is simple, maybe even cheap.
- Many grand houses feel slightly fusty, but this has a lived-in atmosphere.
- New windows, a brighter floral display and an external paint job have left the place fit for a queen, although the lived-in atmosphere inside has been left untouched.
- The entire family lives within the walls of a tiny apartment and the play takes place entirely in its worn out, lived-in living room.
- Your friends will be green with envy when they see how you can make your home looked lived-in while you're away, create a romantic mood after a night on the town, even automate a morning or evening routine.
- After you remodel, retest in the lowest lived-in area to make sure the construction did not reduce the effectiveness of the radon reduction system.
- He does a great job on my shoes, and this is one of those shops that predates continental drift so it's a well-worn, lived-in place that smells great and is a treat to walk into.
- Mixing colours and materials and experimenting with painting techniques like sponging (dabbing colour onto walls with a sponge to give a lived-in look) can add new depth to your room's decor.
- It was otherwise noted that the apartment looked rather messy and lived-in, but they couldn't find any other people in it.
- Life in the slums of south London is portrayed frankly and sympathetically, not merely as a parade of sordid details but as a real lived-in environment with its own joys and comforts alongside the more negative aspects.
- The book has examples of homes with a lived-in, timeless appearance.
- Yet it lacked the usual dust in the air, the homeliness and lived-in appearance his old lab had.
- One such episode found the family in their lived-in room reflecting black.
- Painted in a dark bordello-esque red, this cosy restaurant has a warm, welcoming and distinctly lived-in atmosphere.
- The lived-in space will be open to the public from this Saturday until Friday, April 30 from noon - 6pm.
- Internally, the house feels loved and lived-in.
- Everyone seems to have just shown up that morning - nothing about the landscape looks lived-in.
- The spring room was much more lived-in than the winter room; the walls were painted mint green, and the accessories were flower-themed, just as the winter room was done up in snowflakes.
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