In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(peculiarity, habit) peculiaridad feminine(gesture) gesto masculine
- This involved studying the mannerisms of the cartoon version of Daphne.
- Despite their quirks and mannerisms, when the kids arrive at camp, they feel accepted.
- The actors inherit these mannerisms and make the characters their own in the most delightful of ways.
- Countless phrases and mannerisms have made their way from the show into my speech.
- Not Campbell, who employs all the quirks and mannerisms that have made him one of the most beloved cult actors of all time.
- All individuals have different traits and characteristics and differ from one another in mannerisms and mental abilities.
- It would be another excuse for Sir Marcus to announce all of his eldest daughter's perfect traits and mannerisms.
- The guy who does the voice of the French Colombo is a legend in his own right, taking what Peter Falk says and adding his own mannerisms and characteristics.
- As time went on, they became even more familiar with the mannerisms and habits of one another.
- The writing has an oratorical eloquence marked in places by mannerisms probably deriving from oral delivery.
- Manners and mannerisms that had earlier stuck with them now undergo drastic changes.
- It was eerie how he had the same voice and mannerisms as Leigh.
- I saw individuals, each with their own characteristics, mannerisms, perspectives.
- That was because his mannerisms were gentle, not brutal.
- I don't want their looks, I don't want their dramatic mannerisms or anything like that.
- There is a realness to their characters; their language is vulgar and their mannerisms are disturbing.
- While Kaufman only met the real Orlean at the end of the shoot, method actor Cage spent time studying his subject's mannerisms.
- We looked alike and had the same mannerisms and laugh.
- My friends and colleagues seem to delight in my Australian mannerisms and question me constantly about customs at home.
- We adopt their mannerisms, and little quirks, and while doing so, we may lose our own, and lose our sense of identity.
2MannerismArchitecture Artmanierismo masculine
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