In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1armario masculinelocker masculine Latin America(at bus, railway station) consigna automática feminine(at bus, railway station) casilla de la consigna automática feminine(at bus, railway station) locker de la consigna automática masculine Latin America
- Clean up your room, your desk, your locker and everything else in your life.
- I have met very few people, though, who went to public high school with normal cars and lockers, and described their normal experience as ideal.
- The catalog featured furry beanbag chairs, animal-print sheets, and desks that look like lockers.
- An officer inspected the beds and lockers before breakfast.
- Get a small locker or a lockable dresser for your personal things that you don't want to share.
- They banded together and started leaving her little gifts in her locker and on her desk.
- Since then he has accumulated more than 600 pairs of sneakers he keeps in storage lockers, closets and at the houses of his parents and friends.
- They walked down the halls together to their adjacent lockers.
- We went to our lockers, conveniently close together, to get what we needed and whatnot.
- Around each bed was a light, curtain screens, a locker and a cupboard.
- Public seminar rooms, lockers, and coatrooms are in the basement, with the library functions on the upper floors.
- He came up beside me a couple of seconds later, and we walked out of the class, and down towards our lockers together.
- To go up into the Statue of Liberty, for example, you now must store your backpacks and such in public lockers.
- Workers at the presses had their bags and lunchboxes searched, and their lockers and desks blitzed at regular intervals.
- I put my bags in a locker in Grand Central Station and walked about with a carrier bag full of beer.
- I couldn't think of a lie quick enough to dissuade Beth so we trudged to the locker together.
- Afterwards, Amanda and I walked back to our lockers together.
- In the boys locker room, the lockers are dented in and broken, and the walls have giant holes in them.
- New cubicles and lockers would be added to the changing facilities, which will be extended and enhanced.
- I'll try and meet up with him to walk to our lockers and then lunch together.
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