In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(put into sheath)(sword) envainar(sword) enfundar
- Daniel split his weapon and sheathed the two halves and spread his feet.
- She relaxed, sheathing her sword to show her compliance.
- He handed me the sword that was sheathed for me to strap onto my back.
- Setting the crossbow on the counter and sheathing his sword, he moved with surprising speed and agility to replace the bar across the door.
- I nodded, sheathing one of my swords to use my hand to wipe my face clear of tears.
- But no more than a few strides towards the stationary cart, she yanked hard on the reins, sheathing her sword that had been loosened, partially drawn out into her grip.
- He stuffed the package into his pocket and sheathed his knife, wiping off the blood and brain matter on the back of Nick's shirt.
- After cursing his opponent several times, the man sheathed his knife and cracked his knuckles.
- Clumsily, he sheathed both of his swords and turned to get Vincent and Emma.
- He sheathed the newly gotten sword and placed it in the box once again.
- He released her wrists and slowly stood, sheathing his sword.
- ‘We'd have both died had that been a real match,’ the older man continued in a normal voice, sheathing his sword again.
- ‘We can't risk going slow,’ said Ben, sheathing his sword.
- His cloak was whipped with the wind underneath his sword, which was sheathed on his back.
- I followed shortly after him after sheathing the knife, and Monique, after having a brief word with the bartender, returned last.
- Pocketing the stone and sheathing the sword he stood.
- He sheathed his sword quickly, bringing his pistols out and unleashing a hail of bullets at his assailant.
- She sheathed her swords and notched an arrow onto the string of her bow.
- After sheathing his sword, Robert struggled to catch his breath.
- He murmured softly, sighing and sheathing the sword.
- Our brains are literally made of fat and our nerves are sheathed in thin membranes of it.
- The women are all sheathed in such tight dresses that they have trouble walking to the stage.
- His feet were sheathed in black, silk socks while a black bow tie hung undone around his neck.
- As he cuts away the tentorium, where the membrane sheathing the brain gathers and parts, he sees it as ‘a pale delicate structure of beauty, like the little whirl of a veiled dancer’.
- Some vehicles intended for testing on public roads are sheathed in so much black leather and vinyl that they resemble a dominatrix on wheels.
- These are just heaps of noble materials sheathing insignificant forms and insipid patterns or inappropriate functions that could have been rejected.
- The man's right hand was sheathed in a white rubber glove but the other hand was free.
- These are men begging to be oppressed by the female leg, preferably sheathed in silk.
- The exterior of the building is sheathed in embossed and perforated copper panels.
- He dropped his arm, twisting away from her and sheathing it in one liquidy movement.
- There are clear formal and material similarities, especially in the use of translucent glass cladding that sheathes the building in a diaphanous membrane.
- In essence, Gehry sheathes a timber box in stainless steel.
- The connector is sheathed in a black mesh, and is very long, about six feet long.
- Kerra paused at the edge of her driveway, fear sheathing her heart in ice.
- In all, 19 pages guide you - from locating and pouring of footings, to building the structure, sheathing the roof with cedar shingles, and topping it off with a decorative cupola.
- She carves from wood, then sheathes her forms in various metals, bringing both organic and cultural life cycles into play.
- His beautifully sculpted body was sheathed in tan breeches and a white lined shirt, half opened at the neck.
- His teeth were glinting in the twilight and his fingers were barely sheathed in skin.
- The ‘edges’ are there because of the way the leaves meet each other along their edges, while the ‘round’ rushes usually have one leaf sheathing the stem.
- Early in the morning the mountains are usually sheathed in clouds of mist.
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