In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The season's festive revelries began in force on Thursday evening, but with them came a series of incidents including assault and vandalism.
- Hyderabad changed the calendar and ushered in New Year amid revelry and a celebration mood that pervaded every nook and corner.
- Saturday sees a day of music and revelry in Parliament Street, while an Indian festival will bring the Royal Ascot experience to a close tomorrow.
- The place was packed, we drank beer, ate chips and crab sticks, indulged in much drunken revelry with loads of laughing friends.
- He took delight in game hunting, dousing himself in good drink and revelry.
- Expect beerhall revelry, stiff-legged dancing and lots of ruthlessly efficient singing.
- They come with the fanfare and revelry of a merrymaker to cast a wider net and test their own luck in this prime market.
- I am off to my sister's house for a night of drunken revelry and debauchery.
- It has become the Jewish Mardi Gras, a day of revelry, drinking, and masquerades.
- Voting has slowed down as everyone strolls off to their debauchery and revelry.
- In most people's eyes, Shanghai was an extremely glamorous city during that period, with a splendid variety of entertainment venues for revelries.
- Carnival revelry usually involves large crowds of people packed together - a perfect opportunity for pickpockets.
- Some twirled around while others puddled about forcing some of the pedestrians to stop and take note of their revelry.
- Later on there would be a banquet in his honour, with special entertainments and revelries, and tomorrow he would have his first Skill lesson.
- From all sides came sounds of revelry from cafés and restaurants.
- She could not help but feel anxious and she almost wished for the fun and celebratory times of the revelries.
- An antiquated licensing law may put a dampener on New Year's Eve revelry across the county and give licensees and police a major headache.
- And they come, torn away from their television sets, from their hi-fi systems, from their pub and club bars, from their revelries, from their private parties.
- Coates-Jones's paintings, also newly commissioned, convey her revelry in light, colour and life.
- Angry, he went back to Moscow and once again engaged in a life of revelry, drinking, gambling and womanizing.
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.