In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(occurrence) diario(occurrence) de todas las nochesnightly performances — funciones diarias / a diario / todas las noches
1todas las nochestwice nightly — dos veces cada noche
- You won't see him on the nightly news, but he's fast becoming the face and symbol of the military's frustration with the news media's coverage of the war.
- Originally the intention was to proceed with the nightly closure of the station from August 25, but the weight of public opposition to it put the proposal on hold.
- He needs regular blood transfusions and must endure a nightly cocktail of medication to keep going.
- I am starting to think to deeply into the happenings of the nightly embraces.
- But if you've got a penchant for a particular dancer, get there early so you can put your name on the list, as each dancer has a limited number of nightly performances.
- My nightly wallow has become such a ritual that I rarely miss it, regardless of where I am or at what time I get in - and if the water is anything less than piping hot, I'd rather go without.
- Muslims strive to break fast together and the nightly prayers ensue, which also illustrate such unity quite vividly.
- But if this one will be relying on old tactics like secret missions and nightly missile raids, I don't think much will be happening in secret.
- Believe it or not, two of RTE's five most popular programmes are the nightly weather reports, while the Nine O'Clock News makes it to the top ten four times a week.
- No one can say who started the flag war, but at the interfaces that see almost nightly rioting, the flags of the two passionate enemies of the Middle East are flown by the passionate enemies of north Belfast.
- Violence in America has actually been going down while the amount of time devoted to it on the nightly news and the concerns of viewers has been going up dramatically.
- It's not the nightly ritual that it used to be, say 20, 30 years ago.
- I don't know if the nightly conferences help or hurt.
- Their Chinese opponents were supported by powerful artillery and mortars, and adept in the continual nightly patrolling contest in no-man's land between the lines.
- What will probably happen is that enough people will be arrested that the nightly stories of mass riots will stop.
- So everybody celebrating their fortune and feeling nice, they getting interview on the radio, tv and in the newspaper and even supposed to go on some of the nightly talk shows.
- The nightly bus to Matamoros would not roll through the depot nearest Balbina Duque's village until 9:15.
- I never managed to figure out what caste was represented by $500,000 homes and nightly deliveries of doublemelt pizza.
- The Minnesota governor hasn't even left office, but he's already close to a big bucks deal with MSNBC to host a nightly talk show.
- Finally tonight, our nightly tribute to our troops.
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