In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(begin)(custom) originarse(fire) empezar(fire) iniciarsethe practice originated in France — la costumbre se originó / tuvo su origen en Francia
- where did that idea originate? — ¿dónde se originó / de dónde surgió esa idea?
- the noise seemed to originate from the first floor — el ruido parecía venir de la planta baja
- this ceremony originates in an ancient ritual — la ceremonia tiene su origen en un antiguo rito
- Alpacas originate from South America and in particular Peru, Chile and Bolivia.
- All isolates of C. fulvum collected to date originate from commercially grown tomatoes.
- Nicoise salad is a famous composed salad that originated in the south of France.
- The spectacled caiman, which originates from South and Central America, has a boney ridge around its eyes which makes it look as if it is wearing glasses.
- Salsas, which originate in Mexico and South America, are a cross between a sauce and a salad.
- Christmas cactus originates in the jungles of South America.
- It's just new to regions outside of the south where it originates.
- The seeds used to grow the diseased potatoes are believed to have originated in Holland.
- Deschauer said the water originates from the south, an area of pasture and woodland.
- Did you know the word woot originated from the early eighties and was used by hackers when they gained root access to a system?
- Though the word originates from the Latin debere, it comes via the Old French dette.
- The word originates in Catalonia, which produces most but not all Cava, where it means cellar.
- The animal, which is similar to a llama, is fairly new to this country and originates from South America.
- This scripture probably originated in China itself around the beginning of the 8th century.
- The exotic creature, which originates from central and South America, is probably an escaped pet.
- The name originates from the word for crab, the term for the two creatures being almost interchangeable in early cultures.
- Hopefully those people originating from south of the Trent now resident in and around York will have a good sense of humour and dismiss his remarks with a grin.
- It turns out that this train was one that originates at Market East, so it came into the station a few minutes early.
- Chemical industries certainly originated in the south of England.
- The cranial component originates in the brain stem and leaves through the base of the skull in the vagus nerves.
2USsalir dethe flight, which originated in New York, stopped over in Chicago — el vuelo, procedente de / que venía de Nueva York, hizo escala en Chicago
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