In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1borde de la carretera masculineborde del camino masculineat the roadside — a la vera del camino literary
- before noun roadside inn — hostería de carretera
- roadside repairs — auxilio en carretera
- The tour will include their greenhouse, fields, washing facility, and roadside market.
- We used to spend all day at the roadside stands, waiting for midmorning customers to dribble in, then the lunch trade, perhaps a rush-hour flurry.
- Powell noted the clock on a roadside billboard: 5: 20 p.m.
- When traveling across the country, producers set up colorful roadside markets to sell their produce.
- Training horses to accept traffic, road works and roadside obstacles is more important than ever in these days of litigation and the increasing number of vehicles on the roads.
- When he was too tired to continue, he parked his car at a roadside scenic overlook.
- ‘While common milkweed was often found in corn and soybean fields, the average frequency and patch sizes were much greater along roadsides and in other undisturbed areas,’ says Buhler.
- When he first meets her, she is working at a roadside diner and helps him when his car breaks down.
- ‘These roadside scenes jump out at me,’ he said.
- His intention was to move his unusual trees a hundred miles to the new location and to develop a roadside attraction.
- Later this year, they hope to have a roadside market store that will not only sell flowers and vegetables, but shirts, hats and books.
- As she tells it, three young women were sitting in the cab of a pickup truck parked at the roadside in some nameless coastal town.
- Maloney tries hard to create an interlinking narrative: a gripping tableau of IRA spectaculars and disasters, of British intelligence penetrations and of bodies by the roadsides.
- Further tests may reveal whether planting Neotyphodium-infected robust needlegrass along roadsides could discourage animals from grazing too close to roadways.
- Control jointed goatgrass in roadside ditches and other areas that may contaminate the fields.
- These non-native species were once planted along roadsides and ditches and introduced into pastures and hayfields.
- Along with the signs, he said, the roadside motels and cafes are themselves art objects.
- The motley assortment of passengers take refuge in a roadside cafe, where they are soon cut off from the world by the storm and discover that there's a murderer in their midst.
- Vincent spends his days driving aimlessly about the French interior, stopping on occasion to read his newspaper in a park or to drink coffee in a roadside cafe.
- The Bachelor's Button is an old-fashioned flower, a roadside attraction with familiar blue blossoms, also known as the cornflower.
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