In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(manly)masculinovaronilshe's very masculine — es muy hombruna derogatory
- For Poe, the masculine qualities are necessary for good criticism and, indeed, for good patriotism.
- The outfit is complemented by a brightly coloured, alluringly masculine hat.
- A fine figure of a man, he radiates masculine self-assurance, a quality that interested the Queen greatly.
- Sure, my hair may have been tucked under my hat but even so, my features weren't completely masculine!
- Metal frames are sturdier, giving you a more masculine appearance.
- These are very attractive and masculine qualities.
- The truth of the matter is that these are masculine qualities as well.
- One study found that masculine traits were associated with a greater variety of assumed issue competencies.
- You have a lot of, if you don't mind me saying this, masculine qualities.
- We have seen on TV displays of miraculous masculine prowess.
- This 16th century bastioned city is unique in the feminine quality among the masculine citadels of Rajasthan.
- Thus, it appears that masculine identity is both shaped and reinforced by physical activity and sport involvement.
- To that extent they become momentary warriors, taking on in the act some culturally masculine qualities.
- The piece consisted of a strong masculine quality through the incorporation of proud gestures and demonstration of great physical skill.
- Media reporting of the judgments was deeply depressing and suggested our newspapers, if not our divorce courts, are still driven by very masculine agendas.
- Actually, part of her success is that she combines traditionally masculine and feminine qualities in one package.
- In this group, the female pelvis is very masculine in appearance and so forensic anthropology achieves a very low level of correct identification.
- He was still pale and his skin was still smooth and soft like that of a woman's, but his features all together gave out a masculine appearance.
- This is in partial contrast to the previous emphasis on masculine qualities in the work force.
- For too long the subject area has had a predominantly, if not exclusively, masculine appearance.
2Linguistics Literature(noun) masculino
- It's the nominative masculine plural definite article.
- It is unfortunate that the gender of the noun, being masculine, is confused with the intent of the word, which is neutral.
- Italian casa ‘house’ is a noun of feminine gender, giardino ‘garden’ is a noun of masculine gender.
- Latin homo is a masculine noun that can mean a human being, a male person, or humanity in general.
- Anthropos and homo are both of masculine gender, but refer to people of both sexes.
- The Masculine of either the Adjective or the Participle is freely used in any Case and in any construction.
- What is the masculine of a doe?
- It will be observed that the masculine of the adjective is declined exactly like a masculine noun of the second declension, the feminine exactly like a feminine noun of the first declension, and the neuter exactly like a neuter noun of the second declension.
- In dictionaries, adjectives are always given in the masculine singular and this may not be the form in which you need the adjective and you may have to change it.
2(gender)(in) the masculine — en masculino
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