In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1segunda infancia feminine
- Nevertheless, to witness them together is to witness a second childhood in full flow.
- Mr Hockney, it seems, is enjoying a second childhood.
- I think there's joy in telling a story for children and for adults too, who live through a second childhood when seeing this show.
- They're cantankerous and cussed and refuse to obey the rules, but they're like naughty schoolboys enjoying a second childhood.
- And, no I'm not entering into my second childhood either.
- Only this time you are older, less immune to the noise and you want to get on with enjoying your own second childhood.
- The other burning issue of the week appears to be the emergence of second childhood in your middle age.
- In some ways the 19-year-old Cavaliers star is experiencing a second childhood as a member of the U.S. Olympic basketball team.
- And second childhood now appears to mean a facility with computers.
- The regression of the senior lawyer into second childhood was able to mesh the two visual themes and return a sense of continuity to the play.
- Aged persons, or those in second childhood, are obnoxious to the same causes, and suffer in proportion.
- If my grown up children caught me with it they might think I was entering my second childhood.
- Old age is second childhood and while enacting the role, I realised that aping an infant would make the character more lively.
- I don't want to see puns, I don't want to see your carefree second childhood!
- Scooting around in the sunshine, Ulrich looks like a middle-aged guy searching for his second childhood.
- But he feels he has reached the end of his second childhood.
- Those in geriatric care are working with persons in their second childhood and thus get booted down to the bottom again.
- He tells himself all of them feel too young for what they are about to do, but this is no time for a second childhood.
- It's like he's enjoying a second childhood, finding energy that he didn't have before.
- They are miserable, so sick from poverty that they have entered old age or second childhood.
1to be in one's second childhood — estar en la segunda infancia
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