In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(with masculine article in the singular) aura de misterio femininehalo de misterio masculine
- Do you ever sit back and laugh at the mystery or mystique that surrounds you?
- As a child, there was some mystique associated with a power outage.
- Perhaps it is a sign of the home team finally losing its mystique, and most importantly, its aura of invincibility.
- Today, the difficulty we continue to have in sourcing many Portuguese wines adds to their mystique and allure.
- No other sports come close to matching the martial arts for a sense of mystique and mystery.
- I guess that gave the day something of an air of mystique and charm to start with.
- His glamour and mystique remain as potent now as they were at their height in 1921.
- Part of that is her womanly mystique, the undeniable eroticism of the unknown.
- Postal voting removes the aura and mystique of the democratic process.
- Its mystique and appeal will grow with the passage of time every time you see it.
- Historical sites of revolutions are often imbued with an aura of romantic mystique.
- Clearly the participating press participates in the inner workings of power and helps create its mystique.
- He is still shrouded in mystique - but he is no longer quite such a mystery.
- This was the type of game that makes you believe in miracles and curses, mystique and aura, and destiny.
- There is a telling difference between a band that strives to be mysterious and one that achieves mystique.
- We are left with a line-up which is fresh, appealing and not without its fair share of mystique.
- The monarchy has not been able to maintain its mystique.
- Having retained its aura of mystique and history since time immemorial, it has become a restful corner in our hectic world.
- It adds allure and mystique to cricket and is great for spectators.
- Much mystery and mystique surrounds opinion polling and focus groups conducted for political parties.
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