In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(large picture)cartel masculinepóster masculineafiche masculine
- Buying prints, posters and original artworks over the web is as easy as buying a book or CD.
- One dog had to be played Verdi on a continuous loop and another had to have his kennel decorated with Aston Villa posters.
- We hopped in one of many taxis decorated with posters of either Nelson Mandela or Marilyn Monroe.
- Maybe it was the association with Monsieur Dali, whose posters decorated many a bedsitter in my youth.
- Art is not alien; we all have pictures, posters and decorations hanging on our walls at home.
- Pupils at the local school have decorated the hall with posters on the theme of ‘hope’.
- Unlike a print or a poster, catalog sheets and computer screens never do it justice.
- Navy blue furniture and various sports team posters decorated the otherwise bland, creamy walls.
- His office is spare but comfortable, decorated with posters from previous shows and a few of his many theatre awards.
- It can be an original painting or reproduction, a poster, print or photo.
- The England players' training base in Portugal is decorated with giant posters of themselves.
- Clara bought some clothes and posters to decorate her room as well as some CDs and books.
- Law and politics books lie on the floor and posters decorate the walls.
- Balloons, posters and ribbons decorated the vehicles as they wove their way through the area.
- It was already decorated with posters from punk bands and some really cool art work.
- The walls of the shop were painted black and hung with medieval weapons, pictures discs and band posters.
- She had packed in ten minutes, even all her posters and pictures put away.
- Setting the picture down, I gazed over at the wall that held no pictures or posters.
- The walls were painted a plain but light cream and for the moment were bare of pictures or posters.
- A picture of a steam train in Edinburgh and an Intercity poster decorate a third wall.
2(person who posts online)posteador masculineposteadora feminine
- I have to agree with the poster who basically said that the technology is irrelevant if the movie is no good.
- I agree with the poster who said the systems administrators responsible for this should be canned.
- Amazingly, other posters appear to have forgiven her and claim that it took courage to write what she did.
- Do a search and you will find newsgroups posters exclaiming the phrases and leaving puzzled and angry observers.
- Experts believe around 150 such lawsuits have been filed regarding anonymous message posters.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.