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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- But a friend who worked as a car mechanic insisted the brakes had another 15,000 miles of wear on them.
- Mr Semple spent three years as an engine mechanic at the base in the 1950s.
- It is also worth having the car inspected by a mechanic if you have serious concerns about it.
- So ask your mechanic to inspect the car as if you were going to be buying it now, as a used car.
- Since his father was a car mechanic, he kept plenty of tools in the garage.
- A door or two down a mechanic works under a car in his professional garage.
- Why wait for your brake pads on your car to fail when your car mechanic has highlighted they need changing.
- For a specific job, such as a car mechanic, a list of skills or tasks in which a trainee needs to be competent in order to do the job can easily be created.
- All work shall be carried out in accordance with the best standard practice, by mechanics skilled in the type of work concerned.
- Patients select a mechanic for their cars with more care than their practitioners.
- He had extreme difficulty sleeping, and missed the final exams in his apprenticeship as a vehicle mechanic.
- Sam's Dad was a car mechanic and the conservatory was full of containers of oil and petrol.
- But while her skills in the kitchen could be improved, she recently revealed she is a skilled car mechanic.
- Martyn, who serves as a mechanic with the Royal Engineers, is set to return this week.
- Ask the surveyor to refer you to a marine mechanic capable of evaluating the engine.
- Small businesses and traders are expected to be hit hardest by the ban, with skilled mechanics losing work.
- Bryan, a retired mechanic and former car service manager, has not looked back since this introduction.
- The men - without exception - were either farmers, mechanics or labourers.
- John was an able mechanic who had a fine knowledge of engines and machinery and was gifted with his hands.
- He's a car mechanic by trade but he practically lives at the allotments.
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