In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(opulently)(furnished/decorated) lujosamente(decorated/furnished) suntuosamente
- The baths were very early Roman in date, of large size and richly decorated.
- Her work in Vera Drake is so fully rounded, richly detailed and emotionally devastating that there really is no competition.
- This is a year in which the qualities of steadiness, patience, loyalty and bravery will be richly rewarded.
- For that he has been richly rewarded with a piece of footballing history.
- Every part is richly decorated with flowers, hearts, twisting vines and grotesque heads.
- Some of the ceilings, especially that of the domed rotunda and the dining room, are richly decorated.
- In 1534 the Dragalevtsi gospel was composed and was richly decorated with fine paintings.
- For his journey has been both personal and universal, and richly complex in implication.
- It is both funny and moving, simple and richly rewarding, and most certainly worthy of your attention.
- Their six assembly representatives were richly rewarded with four ministerial posts.
- In this scene the seated woman is also richly dressed and is also wearing a handsome feathered hat.
- The large vases, jars, and bowls displayed are all richly decorated with delicate and elaborate blue underglazes.
- The walls of the hall are covered with leather richly decorated with gilt designs.
- It provides exhilarating fun and a richly designed and often quite funny re-exploration of movies past.
- But it doesn't take too long to realise that this tiny exhibition is in fact one of the most richly rewarding currently on show.
- And it is in watching such a richly drawn, complex film that we become the winners.
- This is a world that is entirely believable with a set of characters and relationships that are complex and richly developed.
- There are intricate carvings on huge stone columns and the walls are richly panelled and decorated.
- But if you have any genuine interest in strategy or history, you will be richly rewarded.
- The two richly dressed infants have brought their pets, as bright-eyed as themselves, with them.
2(abundantly)they were richly rewarded — recibieron una generosa recompensa
- they received the punishment they so richly deserved — recibieron su bien merecido castigo
- the most richly endowed country in the region — el país con más abundantes recursos de la región
- a richly detailed biography — una biografía rica en detalles / con profusión de detalles
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