In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1embestiratacarentrar a fondoto lunge at sb/sth — arremeter contra algn/algo
- She lunged at Jen, grabbing her by the throat and knocking her to the ground.
- He lunged at her and grabbed her wrist, attempting to rid her of her weapon.
- At this point Lady E lunged at the American and began to shake her.
- Thinking Sinéad dead, he lunged at Nichola with the other knife.
- Also, fake the jumper and drive if the defender lunges toward you to stop the shot.
- She doused her hands with liquid, handed it to Veronica, and lunged at Jake, grabbing his face.
- But he lunged at one of them and struck one of them in the nose when the camera was shoved back towards this chap's face.
- He lunged at me and all I could think of was the children.
- I only touched his shoulder when he lunged at Harry.
- Thomas lunged at Corrine and grabbed her around the neck, trying to strangle her.
- It jumped, grabbed and lunged at three of us before wandering off towards the piece of wreck we had just left.
- Phyrendi lunged at him, grabbing him around the neck and digging in her nails.
- He then lunged at her and grabbed her around the throat, thrusting her against the side of the pool.
- Morgan lunged at Katazheniya, grabbing her hand and pulling her back out through the bathroom door.
- If the defender lunges toward you, quickly take a longer step with the same foot and simultaneously push the ball out and drive right around his hip.
- He lunged at her with a knife and grabbed the money back.
- They say Jackson lunged at one of them and the incident was spotted by four Inglewood police officers who then approached and arrested the youth.
- I lunged at her and grabbed her around the waist, thanking her with the deepest, most passionate kiss inside me.
- The three cops testified that Dorismond then lunged at Vasquez, grabbing for his weapon.
- He was heading towards the casket once again but Rachel lunged at him and grabbed on to his back.
1arremetida femininefeminine estocadafeminine entrada a fondohe made a lunge toward the door — se lanzó hacia la puerta
2Ridingronzal masculinecabestro masculine
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