In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in house)cuarto de los niños masculinehabitación de los niños feminine
- I knew soon enough Lizzie would demand her own room outside of the nursery and I had convinced Adam to redo one of the rooms on the third floor.
- The accommodation includes an entrance hall, living room, a kitchen, utility, four bedrooms, a nursery, three bathrooms, and a chapel.
- She shook her head, closing the door and jogging through the house to the nursery to see to her daughter, unable to wipe the smile from her face.
- They went and tucked in the twins, said goodnight to Jane as she went off to her room next to the nursery and went back down to the kitchen.
- Melinda explained that it had originally been the old schoolmaster's room adjoining the nursery.
- Converting a spare room into a nursery can easily take £1,000 from the budget.
- He spent the next fifteen minutes searching through a dozen different rooms before trying the nursery.
- There are two bedrooms on the ground floor and two upstairs but there is also an unusual room which could be changed into a nursery if an extra room was needed.
- It had a living room, a dining room, a nursery, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a huge kitchen fitted out like the galley of an old Cunarder.
- I stood in the nursery in Violet's house and looked around.
- The stairs lead to another living room, master bedroom and bathroom, game room, nursery, and three bedrooms.
- The only way the couple can stop this is by claiming that Marie is pregnant and that they will need their spare room as a nursery.
- Stained glass panels carrying colourful images of cartoon characters are placed in nurseries and rooms assigned to children.
- She checks the upstairs sitting room, then the nursery, then rushes downstairs to find Gabe in his office.
- The hallway leads to a nursery, downstairs toilet and kitchen and utility area to the rear of the house.
- They had already bought clothes and decorated a nursery for the child they expected to adopt.
- They're decorating the nursery, trading in the car for a minivan.
- I suppose at some point we need to start thinking about decorating the nursery.
- As he turns, he spies a dark figure entering the terrace from one of the other rooms, possibly the nursery, carrying a small bundle.
- He suddenly recalled the sight of Kass in the nursery of his house, staring up at him, with the crib mobile's lullaby playing in the background.
2(at workplace)guardería feminine
- Surely the Dental Authority could visit nurseries and schools to educate youngsters in dental health.
- A children's nursery which has become a target for vandals needs help to protect itself.
- Now, only private or state run day care nurseries are available to parents of pre-school children in Skipton.
- Builders are on target to finish a new neighbourhood nursery and children's centre by the end of next month.
- A new neighbourhood nursery and parent and child centre will help mums and dads back to work.
- Until he stared school at Easter, my 5 year old son attended a local day nursery.
- Families with enough money to pay for places in private nurseries have done well under New Labour.
- Mariella eventually wants to run her own nursery and says that Just Learning is teaching her well.
- The centre is Bury's only council-run nursery and cares for up to 80 children a day.
- A Chippenham neighbourhood nursery has thanked its supporters following a very successful first six months.
- The group also runs two independent schools and three private nurseries in Wakefield and Barnsley.
- The result is a new day care nursery for pre-school children in Appleby.
- There is a range of private and public nurseries, kindergartens, and play schools.
- Finally, governments could respond to the rising demand for education at all levels by investing heavily in public education, in nurseries and primary and secondary schools, as well as in universities.
- Some are cared for at a private nursery from the age of three months.
- Changes in higher education are only part of changes throughout an educational system and cannot be seen separately from strategies for nurseries, primary schools or vocational training.
- As a result of inadequate funding, more than 80 percent of the teachers and attendants in nurseries and kindergartens have received no training for the positions they fill.
- The strikes have so far hit over 400 council-run nurseries.
- The couple are taking Italian lessons and their son attends the village nursery.
3(for plants)vivero masculine
- Marketing in the form of branding comes to your local plant nursery.
- Check with your local nursery or horticultural organization for details on alternative landscape species.
- In addition to local nurseries, hostas are available from several mail-order nurseries.
- It's resistant to humidity diseases, and is readily available at the specialist fruit tree nurseries.
- Most plant catalogs and nurseries contain a selection of fruit trees that can be grown in containers.
- Keith built up a wholesale nursery selling shrubs and plants in bulk to outlets around New Zealand.
- The figs have been placed alongside the baby peach trees in the tree nursery.
- As with any shrub, buy your plant from a knowledgeable retail or mail-order nursery.
- The plant nursery which is situated at the back of the Parish Hall is open daily.
- The nursery has expanded to include a tree nursery where saplings are grown on to maturity for sale.
- Native orchids are offered by some commercial nurseries with the assurance that none have been collected from the wild.
- Ten specialist nurseries, all small independent businesses from Yorkshire, will display and sell their plants.
- While at his website you can learn how to start your own profitable backyard nursery.
- Unusual species may have to be sought from specialist nurseries.
- She visited nurseries with her friend Sara Lynch to learn about plants.
- These gardeners may make note of those plants they'd like to add to their personal landscapes and seek them out at nurseries or special plant sales.
- As an experiment I bought in 12 different varieties of spray chrysanthemum from a specialist nursery.
- Amos raised cattle and had a side business running a tree nursery.
- Garden centers and mail-order nurseries sell the Flower Pouch and similar products under different names in various sizes.
- All landscape plants for sale in nurseries should be required to have a numerical allergy rating on each container.
4(breeding ground)semillero masculinea nursery for young talent — un semillero de jóvenes talentos
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