In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reja feminineverja feminineenclosed by iron railings — cercado por una reja / verja de hierro
- Rusty iron railings beside the tower's 112 steps also need sand and grit blasting.
- Like the others he was left on his belly by the blue iron railings at the bridge's southern end.
- Litter bins were erected and all railings were painted by a number of our members.
- Passers-by raised the alarm after seeing the man leaning against the railings.
- Planning permission is not required to demolish the wall, but it is needed to replace it with railings.
- So now it will be necessary to put safety railings, or an extra reflective warning post, on the left.
- As we leaned over the ledges we took silly pictures of each other until I managed to drop the camera off the railings.
- As you look over the railings at the streets below, you feel quite giddy.
- Decorative railings and improved lighting have been installed and shrubs and trees planted.
- At the same time, the business has also been approached to fit safety railings and fencing at a site in Droylsden.
- Early leaves scattered before it, sweeping along the street and piling against the railings of the school.
- Even the railings on the stairs feature little tulips cut out of the wood.
- Green spaces will fenced off with metal railings and boulders to prevent access by motorbikes and cars.
- Climbing over the railings and down the steps was not a difficult problem.
- Outside, there is a gravelled area to the front of the house enclosed by wrought iron railings.
- I want to tell the other children at my school not to climb on railings.
- He said the woodwork was rotten - including the railings protecting the balcony.
- He was leaning on the railings, munching a meat pie and watching as the birds scrabbled for the crumbs.
- As the robber clambered over railings his trousers snagged and Mr Ceesay grabbed hold of the hood of his top.
- I stood at the railings that overlook the sea at Brighton this afternoon.
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