In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(binder) de anillas(binder) de hojas sueltas(folder) de hojas sueltas
- There was a time and location written on it and a sheet of loose-leaf paper attached to the back.
- I sat down and opened my olive green binder to a blank sheet of loose-leaf paper.
- My knuckles were white from clutching the loose-leaf paper so tightly.
- A question formed in her eyes as she looked at him while holding the folded loose-leaf paper in her hand.
- After a bit of experimentation, I was able to replicate the effect using two bottles of spice from my kitchen, a loose-leaf notebook, and a piece of cardboard.
- Here's your schoolbag that I took last night and fill it with notebooks, folders full of loose-leaf paper, pens, lead pencils, and a medium-size binder.
- This resource manual uses a loose-leaf format that allows for the easy addition of updates.
- After a while, a guy came into the bar, wandered over to the pianist and handed him a loose-leaf book of sheet music.
- She shuffled tirelessly through essay after essay just to find one single piece of loose-leaf paper.
- A woman in her sixties recited a poem from her loose-leaf notebook, neatly covered in plastic.
- This manual uses a loose-leaf format that allows for easy removal of patient education handouts and easy placement of future updates.
- The outline of each computer is smaller than that of a standard sheet of loose-leaf paper.
- Inside were ten loose-leaf notebooks, crammed with sheets of paper that looked to be many years old.
- He took the binder of loose-leaf paper from her and held it in his hands.
- For two weeks he churned out almost 300 pages of paper, which he compiled into a blue loose-leaf notebook and tabbed with multicolored dividers.
- Each of these, 225 pieces of paper in all, is contained in one of two white, loose-leaf notebooks that hold plastic page covers.
- Colin took a small loose-leaf binder and a felt-tip pen from his jacket pocket.
- This loose-leaf manual is divided into 12 chapters, each with its own index.
- I then looked at my old notebooks from the 1950s and 1960s - loose-leaf binders with the pages falling out, many undated, just lists of numbers.
- I found a loose-leaf folder of really old poems in the garage at the weekend.
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