In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1al aire librewhy don't you play outdoors? — ¿por qué no vas a jugar al aire libre / afuera?
- The pots were placed outdoors and artificially watered as necessary to keep at approximate field capacity.
- She loved working outdoors and spending time with her family.
- Pupils will be able to take classes outdoors on a seating area where decking has been set up.
- The animals spend their lives outdoors and are not rounded up every night to sleep in warehouses.
- On the onion bed outdoors deep-digging should be done now, and the soil then allowed to settle.
- However basic the food, it always tastes better outdoors and even better after a long day rafting.
- The larger main barroom, fronted by a large patio, is on the opposite side and faces outdoors.
- It was a quiet family household, and the man dealt with animals and was outdoors a lot.
- He has agreed to oversee guest activities outdoors, but he knows he is no businessman.
- When placing potted bulbs outdoors, remember that they do not like frost and that excess moisture can cause harm.
- In the wake of the recent dry weather, the Fire Brigade are appealing to the public to take care with fires outdoors.
- There is simply not enough time to create large ensembles of works outdoors.
- They are a worthy flag for the rest of us odd enough to spend our winters outdoors in the cold.
- On holiday, I aspire to that feeling of health and vitality you get from doing things outdoors.
- What was hoped was that increased publicity and more temperate weather would encourage families outdoors.
- You see, he works partly outdoors and partly indoors and has quite a bit of walking to do.
- Try and find a farm that actually keeps chickens outdoors, and buy the very freshest eggs you can.
- He'd planned to move his efforts outdoors but the persistent drizzle prevented that.
- North Dakota is too cold to have large gatherings outdoors for nine months out of the year.
- His face was roughened by days outdoors in the chill spring, his hair more unruly than ever.
1the great outdoors — el aire libre
- By this time the weather had warmed up nicely and the locals were enjoying the outdoors.
- With the summer holidays in full swing, the park is a magnet for youngsters keen to experience the outdoors.
- But airmen don't have to hunt or fish to enjoy the great outdoors.
- Today in every season of the year it serves as an urban oasis where people stroll, chat and enjoy the outdoors.
- There is an abundance of nature words, probably because the people are so fond of the outdoors.
- For these patients now enjoying the outdoors, the future has promise.
- Most of the campers have never been in the outdoors or away from their own families.
- There is one common requirement, though: a love of the outdoors and a sense of adventure.
- Now it's time to head to the great outdoors and scale a cliff, shoot some rapids or hike to the peak.
- He enjoyed it as a way to teach people about the environment and how to enjoy the outdoors.
- Summer camp is normally a time for playing sports and enjoying the great outdoors.
- Three tiger cubs born in Scotland will this week take their first tentative steps into the great outdoors.
- This provides a great opportunity for you to see nearly everything involved with the outdoors.
- A joint venture to give disabled people in York and North Yorkshire a taste of the outdoors has kicked off in fine style.
- We've taken the outdoors for granted and now we are in danger of losing it.
- The Spring Clean has proved to be a wonderful experience in the past for people of all ages who love the outdoors.
- I think she had some special fondness for the Lake District and loved the outdoors.
- Finally, if you're deciding when to brave the great outdoors, choose a windy, sunny day.
- Enjoy the great outdoors without leaving home - camp out in your own backyard!
- They streamed out of homes in large numbers seeking the great outdoors with a song on their lips!
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