In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reconocibleeasily recognizable — fácilmente reconocible
- no longer recognizable — ya irreconocible
- there's a recognizable difference in texture — hay una apreciable diferencia de textura
- It makes me wonder what items in this room tonight will be recognizable ten years hence.
- They also claimed that moves to protect her new identity were useless as she was so instantly recognisable.
- As the bus turned into a new recognizable road, the pavements were filled with people, scarves blowing in the wind.
- Martin's acoustic guitar playing is instantly recognisable and revered among guitar fans.
- It is an allegory for our own society, our own people and it should be immediately recognizable to any member of the audience.
- His stark, bloody images with distorted faces are instantly recognisable.
- The curve and the clock tower are enough to make the building recognizable from anywhere.
- The first body found has been so mutilated it's barely recognizable as a body.
- If the news business is to survive in any recognizable form, it must adapt to this new reality.
- The requirement is for an overall design to give the series a readily recognisable identity.
- The words that are recognizable are not strung together in a coherent way.
- Chalk is perhaps the most recognizable and conspicuous rock type in Europe.
- The existence of a bourgeoisie was marked by recognizable forms of behavior and of ideas.
- The buildings, lights and other images are hardly recognizable in her works.
- It was, for someone who had grown up with rock and folk music, immediately recognisable and attractive.
- Get rid of flags and you deprive people of the most instantly recognisable symbol of national identity.
- Not content to be the most recognizable woman on the planet, she also wants to be the most widely read.
- Some of the words are recognizable, but the context makes their meaning indecipherable.
- The hair might be a bit thinner and greyer, but many of the faces in the historic village brass band are still recognisable.
- It is less grand, has no recognizable actors, and in its own way is much more artful.
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