In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(kiss/affair/lover/love) apasionado(hatred) mortal(admirer/follower) ardiente(admirer/follower) ferviente(speech) vehemente(speech) ardorosohe has a passionate enthusiasm for horse-racing — le apasionan las carreras de caballos
- she's passionate about gardening — es una apasionada de la jardinería
- she was passionate in her defense of the party — fue vehemente en su defensa del partido
- Most people who are passionate about football would say that, I think.
- The passionate love between Heloise and her teacher would cost him dearly.
- She is equally passionate about cooking, and has co-authored a book on royal cuisine with her husband.
- For the future of Bradford lets hope the people can be as passionate about their city as their football team.
- Haylee wrapped her arms around his neck, making the kiss more intense and passionate.
- A passionate love affair ensues between the pair, which has doom written all over it.
- We ended up going back upstairs and making passionate love again.
- All the world needs to know is that the two lovers were in love and they made passionate love to each other.
- Well it's not like we have to be in some kind of passionate love embrace, right?
- One day, their passions overcame them and they took off for her house, where they made passionate love all afternoon.
- They then shared a passionate kiss that only two people truly in love could share.
- I've been seeing a woman for over a year, and we share an exciting and passionate love life.
- It is unusual for a footballer to be so passionate about playing for his country.
- Cromwell is as passionate about his art as he is about his political beliefs.
- A focussed mind and a strong will to win always make me passionate about motor racing.
- We were with nature, making mad passionate love in the long grass.
- He was passionate about the craft and had a keen interest in encouraging young people to get in involved in it.
- Let me give a background as to why I am so passionate about the issue.
- Many in our society make the mistake of equating love with passionate love.
- Adventure seekers are likely to have many intense and passionate affairs.
- Mr Merchant, 41, is passionate about football and gets a real kick out of seeing the children in his club succeed.
- He is passionate about Castle Howard as a subject and keen to tackle it from all angles, from classical to abstract and modern styles.
- She is a keen photographer, is a big fan of basketball and is passionate about deep sea diving.
- The pair escape to his rooftop garret and, free from the cares of the world, begin a passionate love affair.
- Theories of intimate relationships in the modern world view passionate love as a problem to be managed.
- We met and fell in love and had a torrid passionate affair.
- Also, when she's making a movie, which involves passionate love scenes, he's deeply suspicious.
- That will come as a relief to Giffard, who is as passionate about the rule of law as he is a supporter of countryside sports.
- Extremely passionate, sexual fulfilment is very important to you.
- Unaipon was a strong advocate of education just as I am passionate about educating people through art.
- Football ran through his veins and he was very passionate about it.
- Outside work, Mr Ainley has always been passionate about sport, especially football and golf.
- At first the kiss was simple and slow, but soon it became more passionate, full of love and promise.
- They are so passionate about their football and it is beginning to show in the quality of the players.
- The focus of the narrative is on the life of an architect and a bank officer who get married after a passionate love affair.
- It's really impressive the way they support the team and are so passionate about the club.
- He was so passionate about his job and supporting fair trade.
- Are we going to hear fire emanating from the president on the issues he's most passionate about?
- I had to try to put my intense passionate love for him to the side and be his friend.
- He was very passionate about the game of hurling and remained a loyal follower of the black and amber of his native Kilkenny.
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