In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on ship, in hotel) salón masculine(in house) sala (de estar) feminine British(in house) living masculine British Latin America(in house) salón masculine Spain BritishTV lounge — sala / salón de la televisión
- Across the hall, a wooden staircase leads down to the interconnecting lounge and dining room.
- He slipped into Carolyn's house and met her in the lounge.
- Steve showed me through to the lounge and I recall thinking how beautiful their house was.
- In addition to a bar / lounge and dining room, it has 40 guest bedrooms.
- Firemen say it may have been started by candles which were left burning in the lounge of the semi-detached house.
- He made his way into our house and found the lounge and sat down.
- An office, a dining room, a lounge and a kitchen are also on the same level.
- In five days, we'll have a proper house with a proper lounge and a proper kitchen.
- The house has a lounge, kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and conservatory.
- The house has a lounge / family room, kitchen cum dining room, sitting room, four bedrooms, a utility room and a bathroom.
- Discos, jazz clubs, piano lounges, pubs and wine bars are amongst a whole host of nightlife options that await visitors when dusk falls.
- A few months ago, I was relaxing in the coffee lounge of a large hotel after an anniversary dinner with my wife.
- The Imperial Hotel, which was refurbished recently, is graded two star and has bars, a lounge and function rooms.
- Modern developments have encouraged the formation of professional troupes, who perform on public occasions, at international festivals, and in theaters and hotel lounges.
- And in the meantime, Bill, John and Seamus will continue to travel the winding roads of the province providing top dancing sounds in the lounges, halls and hotels around the region.
- Police are treating as suspicious a blaze which wrecked the lounge of a house in Bedford.
- The first reception room, the lounge, is to the right of the entrance hall.
- On the ground floor there is a lounge, sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
- The clubhouse and an adjacent conference centre now include en suite bedrooms, bars, lounges, restaurants and function rooms.
- The hotel will feature meeting rooms, a restaurant and lounge, hotel bar, function rooms and a leisure centre.
- First there was the lounge / sittingroom in the Victorian style.
- Plush lounges and hotel bars are de rigueur in NYC for evening entertaining.
- Paramedics turned up at the house and found her body in the lounge partially covered by a blanket.
- The ground floor of the complex will contain a spa, while the second floor will house a conference centre, a club room, and lounge.
- Two girls worked in the library, one in the club office, and the rest were spread out in the preparation room and the club lounge, where there was an icecream counter.
- We share a kitchen, bathroom and lounge with other tenants in the house.
- Each has two bedrooms, a lounge, a dining room and a kitchen, and they stand in a decent area of garden.
- After supping our drinks and relaxing in the lounge we were taken into the restaurant.
- You stay in nice hotels and walk around in the same locker rooms and lounges as the top players.
- Some club owners like to keep the locker rooms or lounges free of music so that members can more easily visit or relax.
- San Francisco also has varied nightlife ranging from bars to lounges to clubs.
- The proposal is for a 23-bedroomed hotel with a function room, bar and lounge, cold room and storage.
- Discussions are still taking place as to whether the new meeting room will be a bookable room or a lounge exclusively for campus clubs.
- The blaze, caused by a discarded cigarette, started in the lounge while the family was sleeping.
- All of the ground floor is a single apartment, with four bedrooms, lounge, sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
- She found him sitting in the lounge, staring moodily off into space.
- The first floor would be used for training and the ground floor would have an assembly room, lounge and refreshment bar.
- The house has a lounge, kitchen/dining room, conservatory and three bedrooms.
- The first and second floors host ten en-suite bedrooms, a guest lounge and dining room with its own kitchen facilities.
- The premises comprises a restaurant/dining room, public bar and lounge and a private function area.
1(laze)to lounge around / about — holgazanear
- I spent the weekend lounging around — me pasé el fin de semana sin hacer nada / holgazaneando
- Sarah, who had been lounging lazily on a large rock, now opened a single golden eye.
- Damien lounged on a leather armchair, one leg resting on his other knee.
- There were always crazy hangers-on lounging around, but the people who worked with Andy formed a tight circle.
- I saw a plane the other day as I lounged around my roof-terrace on a golden, chill autumn morning.
- Rita was lounging in a poolside chair in a small bikini, trying to improve her tan.
- The gas logs blazed as I lounged in my recliner and watched television with the beeper on the table.
- Sitting at a settee, Geneva lounged on it luxuriously while Margaret found the letter.
- People lounged under the tall eucalyptus trees to keep out of the sun, and few ventured out onto the pond in the small boats for rent.
- When you get there, a jazz group is quietly playing Scott Joplin to an appreciative audience lounging on the grass.
- You don't really need much of a nap when you're lounging in the sun all afternoon.
- Yesterday I got up gloriously late, lounged about in the garden refusing to talk much while I read in the sun and planned some garden tidying.
- Drew, Cameron and Justin lounged around on the boat and ate with friends.
- She looked away and her eye caught a man lounging in the corner, looking alone and forlorn.
- Workmen sit outside in helmets and luminous jackets, lounging in the sun before returning to work.
- It's been a day for idleness, for loafing about, for lounging, dozing, snacking and dozing some more.
- He lounged around as the other students slaved away over homework and woke up early to attend classes.
- One is folding shirts, the other is lounging by the counter, looking detached and very handsome.
- Ben felt as refreshed as though he'd spent the entire time lounging on a riverbank.
- My partner is off today, no doubt lounging around with a leisurely breakfast before having a relaxing day.
- Around him, lounging on beds and chairs, are about a dozen men, most of them armed.
2(loll)he lounged in his chair — estaba repanti(n)gado en su sillón
- they were lounging against the bar — estaban apoyados en la barra
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