In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He was now in the countryside; meadows and pastures on either side of the road.
- There, in the South, in the shadows of pine forests, meadows, arable fields, and rich pastures, his paternal grandparents embarked on their quest for freedom.
- Images of flower meadows and buttercup pastures pervade our culture - and are regularly wheeled out to sell everything from chocolate and butter to shampoo and soap powder.
- There are four acres of wildflower meadow surrounded by woodland.
- Here the visitor can explore 60 acres of meadows, woods and gardens, studded with a dozen pavilions designed by sculptor Erwin Heerich.
- Landowners created new meadows and pastures by lowering the water level of lakes, thereby somewhat improving the availability of fodder.
- In addition to the garden and pleasure grounds adjacent to the house, Gravetye had acres of naturalistically planted fields, meadows, and woods.
- Soil analysis and pasture inventories were conducted annually on each hay meadow.
- Soil samples were analyzed for all hay meadows and pastures.
- Luke had decided to take a long ride across the estate's grounds to the meadow in the east limit and set a picnic for both of us there.
- Of the positive environmental impacts, the most noticeable are the rich cultural biotopes, such as meadows and pastures, created by slash-and-burn cultivation.
- On Kathryn's left were acres and acres of trails through meadows and woods, down valleys and over large hills.
- Soon they were ready to leave the meadow but they all knew something was missing.
- It seemed like not so long ago, that Cara and her were riding their horses through the meadows near their cottage in their old town, Tana.
- He threw himself onto the ground as the meadow was filled with the twang of many bowstrings.
- The meadows suitable for grazing stock were covered in thick lush grasses, which waved in the breezes.
- His yell rang through the glades and meadows of the forest.
- He came out of the thick woods into a small meadow, his arrow on his bow ready to be shot at anything that moved.
- The sleeve depicts trees in a meadow of purple flowers.
- A dark line of bent grass led through the moonlight silvered sheen across the meadow and toward the mountain.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
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