In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(liquid) calar(liquid) impregnar(smoke/smell) impregnarthis pessimism permeates his entire work — este pesimismo se evidencia / está presente en toda su obra
- There are those who believe a liberal or a conservative bias permeates the media.
- The positivity that permeates this stadium is fast becoming the most surreal thing of all.
- Even though they didn't quite have the freshly baked bread or the smell of coffee permeating the air, we took the bait.
- In these situations, the smell of stale sweat and charcoal smoke permeates the thick air.
- This question of implicit knowledge permeates all branches of the field.
- It's wry humour that permeates the tale rather than bitterness.
- In fact, the rich-poor disparity permeates every aspect of students' lives.
- His scent, the faint musk of ivory soap mingled with the clean heaven air, permeated my senses.
- The light fragrance permeating the autumn air will make you feel intoxicated.
- Most visibly of all, it permeates every line and curve of their art.
- The idea that education permeates every aspect of life seems to have fallen by the wayside.
- Its refreshing fragrance filled the car and permeated our clothes.
- A writer has to grow with the twists and turns of history, with the vitality that permeates life.
- In this statement you see the ambition which now permeates the club.
- Once again, praise was specific for the good pastoral care that permeates the school and the good parish and community links.
- It permeates every corner of Northern Irish society, often unseen but nigh impossible to evade.
- He is emblematic of the good fun and sense of community that permeates this weekly event.
- No matter where you wandered the aroma of garlic permeated the air.
- There is a realism and a patience which permeates the camp.
- An awful stench filled the stuffy air of the wet alleyway, which permeated my nostrils.
1to permeate through / into sth — penetrar a través de / en algo
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