In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1blood oozed from his wound — le salía sangre de la herida
- his courage slowly oozed away — el valor lo fue abandonando poco a poco
- to ooze with sth
- the walls were oozing with damp — las paredes rezumaban humedad
- he's absolutely oozing with self-confidence — irradia confianza en sí mismo
1the wound oozed pus — la herida (le) supuraba
- the walls oozed damp — las paredes rezumaban humedad
- she oozes charm — irradia simpatía
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