In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(channel) canal de molino masculine(channel) saetín de molino masculine(channel) caz de molino masculine(stream) corriente del saetín feminine(stream) corriente del caz feminine
- A council investigation led to the blocked sewerage pipe at the old mill race.
- Surveying was the essential precondition to owning land, building a mill race, or constructing a canal, railroad, or irrigation ditch.
- Visitors can still see the mill race which is nearly 1 metre deep.
- The mill race still works, but the stream chatters by as it has always done in its steep rocky little valley under the trees.
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