In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(city/region) vagar por(city/region) deambular porto roam the streets — vagar / deambular por las calles
- they roamed the seven seas — surcaron los siete mares
- Reporters roamed the district singly and in packs.
- Previously they roamed Britain in their hundreds of thousands.
- Dogs are present throughout the street series, roaming the streets and sniffing the gutters.
- ‘As a boy, I spent every moment I could roaming the oak-studded hills of Northern California where I was raised,’ he said.
- Actively cultivating relationships, she freely roamed the village streets, visiting from house to house.
- I roamed the woods and fields, absorbed in the sounds and sights of each season.
- Jones says growers ‘will roam their fields while on their cell phones to the commodity markets in Chicago,’ and attempt to bring home a financial windfall.
- Apart from roaming the jungles and photographing wildlife, fishing is the other great passion of the author.
- The young St. Louis artist often roams the aisles of building-supply centers in search of ideas.
- Rich argues that Western grasslands need the presence of large ungulates, like the bison that once roamed the plains.
- The Delaware roamed the fields and woods of the Northeastern United States for many centuries before white Europeans came to the shores of the New World.
- A sightless masseur who roams 19th-century Japan fighting injustice, he is easy to love and hard to kill.
- At this National Natural Landmark, remains of mammoths that roamed North America 26,000 years ago are preserved.
- Charlie roams the streets at night and goes into movie theaters, craving human interaction.
- Frankie is the leader of a skinhead gang, roaming the streets, getting into bar fights and trashing the occasional record store.
- His tweed-clad, mainly male cast of characters roam the countryside and become embroiled in bizarre, nonsensical occurrences.
- You will need to spend a couple of weeks roaming the labyrinth - but the rewards are likely to be quite high.
- For three nights in a row, the ghost of King Hamlet has been witnessed roaming the grounds at midnight.
- His interests, however, were not confined to optical recording but also included his emotional reaction to roaming the streets at night.
- Later that night, the boys see him roaming the old house as if in a trance.
1vagarerrar literarytigers roam freely in the jungle — tigres deambulan en libertad por la selva
- to roam around or about sth
- she spent the week roaming around Paris — pasó la semana dando vueltas por París
- I'm not having you roaming around the streets — no quiero que andes deambulando / vagando por las calles
- nomadic tribes roamed over the continent — tribus nómadas recorrían el continente
- So Wang Lung roams around the courts, staying away from Lotus who will be able to tell when a man is restless.
- Obliged to work for his living from the age of 8, Gorky roamed all over Russia.
- Previously, the only way to see where cattle roam was to have people watch them, which is expensive.
- He roamed, visiting South America, the Middle East, finally Africa in search of something.
- While she was roaming around the store with clothing in hand, her frustrated husband went to the center aisle and yelled, ‘Help!’
- Overall, the choreography is enhanced by images of animals roaming in the wild.
- The film-making, which is claustrophobic and closely tied to the heat of the moment, puts us alongside him as he roams about his apartment and the reform school where he works.
- The Festival Committee, however, thought it necessary to underline the visitors' right to roam.
- He discovers a terrible secret that drives him back home, but with samurai and bandits roaming all over the country, will his return be too late?
- This is a site you could spend a week roaming around, finding information about nearly everything about architecture.
- Anywhere he roams, she is there, a reminder of the fragility of his heart and of his sham relationships.
- Throughout my childhood, the hills with the unique catsteps formations were simply a wonderful place to roam.
- Then the 11 sows and their litters can roam throughout each room.
- When it was purchased by a different zoo, it was to be placed in a natural environment where it could roam more freely.
- It houses a remarkable collection of animals - most kept, as one might expect in such a civilized country, in large enclosures in which they can roam about with some semblance of freedom.
- Try tying clear fishing filament between a couple stakes at various heights where the deer are likely to roam.
- In an outbreak, well over 100,000 of the flightless crickets roam across the land, devouring crops, grasses, and ornamentals as they go.
- The chickens and turkeys also roam freely in the fields, eating bugs, grasses, and grains.
- Not only do the GPS units track where the cattle roam, they also monitor head movements, thus indicating whether the cattle are eating, sleeping, or just walking.
- I just can't have a stranger roaming around my property at night.
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