In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- You just need to pray that it does not rain or, to be on the safe side, bring one of those plastic poncho raincoats that fits in your purse.
- I find a raincoat on the coat rack and pick up an umbrella and take the girls outside.
- Who wears a trilby, a cravat and an old raincoat around these parts?
- The men are in plain clothes and wear light raincoats or light overcoats over their uniforms.
- A raincoat will keep you high and dry, and it's a great way to add some punch to your sweater and jeans.
- Two men in felt hats and raincoats cast long shadows outside what we take to be Parliament Buildings.
- Those attending have been advised to come prepared for the weather, raincoat and trousers and waterproof footwear.
- Almost all the raincoats were transparent plastic and made from a variety of materials from cling film to film negatives.
- The squad owns black raincoats and black parkas in a variety of sizes to accommodate all members for every type of weather.
- Instead, according to the weather bureau, you'll be more comfortable in raincoats and windbreakers - if you intend venturing outdoors.
- They were all wearing raincoats and trilby hats and carrying small cardboard suitcases.
- Three years ago Burberry meant outdated raincoats, but now the check has been transformed into one of the hottest fashion labels.
- From the coolest raincoats to the classiest overcoats, you're not ready for spring until you get your hands on a spring jacket.
- He once turned up at Buckingham Palace in a fawn raincoat, woollen gloves and an old silk hat.
- Beyond a police car and a dark van, he stopped beside a man in a raincoat and a bowler hat.
- Trek yanked on his jeans and a yellow raincoat and ran out into the storm.
- We have raincoats, hats, and umbrellas - to shut out every dampened feeling that is falling upon us.
- There stood two older boys, both dressed in yellow raincoats with big yellow hoods covering their eyes.
- There are caps, a raincoat, a water-proof jacket, an umbrella and a medium weight jerkin, all kept in his care.
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