In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cheeks) sonrosado(outlook/prospects) halagüeño(prospects/outlook) optimista
- That, the researcher says, spells a rosy future for companies seeking their fortunes in mobile-based e-commerce.
- The message is pretty clear: when you promise a rosy future, don't be surprised if your users save their pennies while they wait for it to arrive.
- Her usually creamy cheeks had a rosy hue, and her eyes were dancing merrily.
- Yet a look behind all the good news suggests that things are not so rosy.
- She was dressed in a shimmering off-white dress that complimented her rosy complexion.
- Her hair was the bright golden colour of sunflowers and she had a rosy complexion.
- Quinn was wearing a grey ski jacket and red hat, cheeks rosy from the cold.
- A rosy flush swept the pallor of fear from her face.
- But while the PC market may hit double-digit growth next year, other forecasts are not quite as rosy.
- He should temper any merriment: things are not so rosy in his own garden.
- He fixed his gaze on her face, causing a rosy hue on her cheeks.
- Now, standing here, I could see myself in her again; my hair was neat, and polished, and my skin was glowing and rosy.
- However, it's looking like things aren't as rosy as some of those reports suggest.
- Everywhere else the picture is not so rosy.
- The sun turned his skin a lovely rosy pink color.
- At some point, and it will probably be sooner than the current rosy forecasts suggest, the on-line ad market will take a dip.
- Soaring revenue encouraged the directors to take a rosy view of the future.
- They like to talk about their rosy forecasts of future sales.
- In fact, there's a pretty rosy future being planned for this area.
- Her blond curls were knotted in an elegant bun at the base of her neck and her cheeks flushed a rosy pink.
- It is at this point, where rosy promises of performance are linked to stark dollar amounts, that hackles rise.
- Although housing appears affordable for current homeowners, the picture looks far less rosy for first-time buyers.
- Her eyes were a soft brown, cheeks rosy, lips perfectly outlined and colored in.
- I shrugged and then dashed the last length, my cheeks flushed in a rosy pink.
- Her skin was rosy from the sun's prolonged touch, and her short, feathery hair was limp.
- The more comprehensive view gives a less rosy picture of women's position in the work world.
- Biotech is realizing that its rosy financial outlook has its limits and constraints.
- As if on cue, my face bloomed into a deep rosy pink.
- Her rosy pink skin was perfect against the pink blanket that the nurses had put her in.
- Her rosy complexion gave away health and vigor.
- Her normally white skin was rosy from the cold.
- Then as now, the Administration's projections promised a rosy scenario.
- The cheery optimism that produced those rosy budget surplus forecasts of yesteryear is long gone.
- Rachael looked radiant that night with her rosy cheeks and her lip gloss making her sweet lips even more tempting to Zack.
- Her skin was smooth and creamy, with a soft rosy tint.
- For instance, compared to depressed people, emotionally healthy people have an unrealistically rosy outlook.
- But not all dotcoms are created equal - or evaluated with the same rosy optimism.
- Management keeps making rosy promises it can't keep and issuing financial forecasts it can't meet, they say.
- She blushed deeper, her cheeks becoming a rosy hue of pink.
- She blushed a faint pink, a rosy glow that seemed to suit her.
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