In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cercanía feminineproximidad feminine
- He points to the nearness of hiking trails and the range of activities as a hidden strength.
- His big hand on mine, all I could concentrate on was the heat radiating from him, his nearness warming not just my flesh, but my soul.
- As for Varanasi, the constant nearness of death seems to have affected the pace of life here.
- Outsiders envy our nearness to the lake and the life's-a-holiday vibe, even as they see it as a distant outpost, some eastern outpost of the moon.
- Residents claim the location is unsuitable because of its isolation, its nearness to the Leeds-Liverpool canal and a lack of public transport.
- Defined always by the nearness of Mexico to its borders, the town of Roswell participates in this fear and fantasy.
- It's gotten to the stage where I'm completely engrossed and starting to regret the nearness of the final page.
- But like many town centres, it has suffered because of its nearness to thriving Manchester city centre and the Trafford Centre.
- There's no sense of a spatial void needing to be filled - no sense of that odd, claustrophobic nearness that can come from silence.
- I actually like club hopping, and the nearness of the other club in the place meant that I was back and forth between them a lot.
- His nearness in itself was unnerving, the warm heat radiating from his body…
- The nearness of the election has worked very well for him.
- It came down within a few feet of the ground - as far down as possible, considering the nearness of the house and the limited space.
- Snow, says Kenny, is common here, despite the nearness of the coast.
- But when I worked I felt him behind me, his breath stirring my hair, and his nearness sending chills down my spine.
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