In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1privacidad femininewe have no privacy here — aquí no tenemos ninguna privacidad
- in the privacy of one's own home — en la intimidad del hogar
- to respect sb's privacy — respetar la intimidad de algn
- A sheet has been hung from the ceiling to ensure complete privacy.
- Critics have charged that the program will give the defence department the power to invade personal privacy.
- Would this be in public, or could we just practise in the privacy of our living room?
- The only drawback is the loss of privacy to the rear by the addition of some new houses.
- The wall appeared completely black from the outside, allowing for a cheery atmosphere while ensuring complete privacy.
- The master was carried out and attended to in the privacy of his bedroom.
- To ensure daytime privacy for back seat passengers, the rear windows are dark tinted.
- The house is set off the road and offers plenty of seclusion and privacy for its occupants.
- It took me years to get over the first burglary, and now my home and privacy have been invaded again.
- Test it by jumping up and down in the privacy of your dressing room!
- How much convenience and privacy are you willing to give up in return for a given increase in security?
- Even in the privacy of the bedroom, we kept safely to our sides.
- It can be a traumatic experience to have the privacy of your home invaded.
- So, we'll leave the young lovers their peace and their privacy, for the time being at least.
- Personal privacy is respected and staring is discouraged, although eye contact is not avoided.
- Let this broken old man hobble off to the privacy of his own home.
- The consideration to guests, comfort and privacy is on show everywhere you look.
- This house seems ideal for a family looking for privacy or a bit of peace and quiet.
- She feared the new houses on the school site would block light to her bungalow and invade her privacy.
- Of late he lived a reserved life and enjoyed the privacy of his own home.
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