In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on horse) alforja feminine(on bicycle) maletero masculine
- He rolled up the cape and placed it in a saddlebag.
- The saddlebag was made from a cow's stomach which, being waterproof and inflatable, could be used as a float when crossing rivers.
- He had a saddlebag slung over his shoulder and a bright red kerchief tied around his neck.
- She cursed as she looked through the saddlebag.
- Feeling rested, Rossiter packed up his belongings in his saddlebag and mounted his horse.
- I found the saddlebag, and my bag, and took them both.
- Edgar tied a bag shut and put it in his horse's saddlebag, then mounted up.
- He ate a piece of bread that was placed in his saddlebag and gave the horse a carrot.
- They carried their homemade bread and butter sandwiches in the saddlebag, and were very glad to have a bicycle and a job to go to.
- As people start running toward them, Georgie gets down off the horse and takes the second gun from the saddlebag.
- He tells them that if the basin is a helmet, then the saddlebag must be a fancy harness.
- With a sigh he tucked it back into his saddlebag.
- Her hand moved over the pencil she was drawing with and placed it in her black saddlebag, and flung it over her head onto her shoulder.
- Claire continued to rummage through the saddlebag.
- Cate walked over to the saddle and placed several of the apples in the saddlebag.
- Ryan, thinking quickly, snatched the crossbow along with a coil of thin cord attached to the side of the saddlebag.
- He unpacked his few belonging from his saddlebag.
- I ditched the first saddlebag at the White Horse in Exford, Somerset, the second at Raleghs Cross Inn in the Brendon hills.
- She opened up a saddlebag and pulled out bandages.
- Picking up a sword from the wall and retrieving a pair of spurs from the saddlebag he mounted and whispered a few words into the horse's ear.
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