In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1rebobinarrewind button — botón de rebobinado masculine
- Then the telltale lines on the screen appear as the tape is rewound and the camera pans back.
- As Stephen J. Gould described it, if one could rewind the tape of life and let events play out again, the results would almost certainly differ dramatically.
- Astor could ignore someone beside him mouthing words without sound and muttering impatiently whenever he had to rewind the tape.
- He drops the foil packet into the boiling water, then picks up the camera and begins rewinding the film.
- She rewound the videotape of the evening news and watched herself at Agent Logan's press conference.
- If you rewound the tape and played it back we'd appear again and again.
- Soon she could picture it her mind, like a tape rewound and played over again.
- Inside, the surveillance commander rewound the tape they had just made.
- Rod rewound the tape and played it again and again.
- Brendan rewound the tape a bit and watched the girls at work a second time.
- Joaquin dropped her bag into an armchair on her way through to the kitchen, pausing only to rewind the answering machine tape.
- Fat Man's bespectacled sidekick took the woman's video camera and rewound the tape.
- After the click, the camera instantly started rewinding the film.
- Lt. Peterson rewound the cassette and played it again.
- He rewinds the tape to replay a passage about a girl he was courting at the time, and the ineffable sadness that creeps over his face is heartbreaking.
- Then simply rewind the tape and transfer via FireWire to your PC.
- Michael sent it an electronic signal to tell it to rewind the tape, then he recorded some loud pop music over that section of the cassette.
- The camera had to be constantly rewound, and the film shot again - with meticulous planning of the multiple exposures.
- Fu rewinds the tape, and as he replays it, he reads aloud Zhao's letter to her.
- Well you need to rewind the tape back a couple of years to when the ecology became part of the agenda for the bishops committee that focused on social justice.
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