In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1on piggyback — a caballo
- give me a piggyback! — ¡llévame a cuestas / a caballo!
- Now, for that, give me a piggyback ride back up this hill.
- Finally, he settled by giving her a piggyback ride.
- And then he saw Jackson giving the boy a piggyback ride back into the house.
- So guess who was forced to give a piggyback ride?
- I suggested to my girlfriend that I give her a piggyback ride to the phone.
- I'll give Mike a piggyback into the party so he can arrive in style……
- ‘You can stay beside me, but no piggyback,’ Dallas said.
- Kristin was getting a piggyback ride from someone else and we were talking about how pretty it all was.
- He gave me a piggyback ride into the main building, and didn't put me down even when we were inside.
- Pilar rode piggyback on Evelyn's back all of the way to the front gate of the fair.
- He caught her and it almost looked like he was giving her a piggyback ride.
- He laughed and then grabbed her legs and ran around giving her a piggyback ride.
- He lifted me up on his back and gave me a piggyback ride downstairs.
- Did she really allow you to give her a piggyback?
- They poke and slap at one another, while Victoria jumps on Sabrina for a piggyback ride.
- I slowed down and asked him for a piggyback ride.
- My daughter just asked me for a piggyback ride and I had to pass.
- I jumped on his back for my piggyback ride downstairs.
- He was sitting on a picnic bench, leaning forward while Jane was grabbing on for a piggyback ride.
- Colin and I were walking up the road in town when he decided he would rather have a piggyback.
1a cuestasa caballo
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