In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1esquí masculinebefore noun skiing holiday — vacaciones de esquí feminine
- skiing instructor — instructora de esquí
- I think I've got all my energy back, and my skiing is better than it was a few weeks ago.
- A leisurely lunch followed by an afternoon's skiing is an experience that is truly hard to beat.
- Each has some sensational skiing and boarding, and can easily be reached from an Alpine airport.
- They were confident even then, and it was obvious that the pair were extremely dedicated to their skiing.
- Wanderers will play tonight's game in the shadow of one of the most famous slopes in downhill skiing.
- Sun Valley's strengths are not just its great skiing and feeling of remoteness, but its history.
- This is the time to go walking or horse-riding in the fresh mountain air or skiing on the Hintertux glacier.
- After all, skiing is an energetic pastime, one in which people laugh, shout and fall over a lot.
- Snow usually falls amid high winds, meaning that skiing is impossible while it is actually snowing.
- The maps aren't as big and skiing has been added as a key you can hold and not just a peculiarity of the maps.
- We'll stay in Oslo for a few days and then head up to a cabin in the mountain to try cross-country skiing.
- Eddie chose jumping because it was cheaper than any other form of skiing and because as a child he had wanted to be a stunt man.
- If the beginnings of sport on skis are to be found among the upper crust, skiing is today largely a bourgeois sport.
- Being in the Rockies meant she could indulge her love of skiing, mountain biking and rugged living.
- Now I'm just going to relax, go free skiing, do one more Europa Cup in Italy, and then go to Turin.
- In fact she had found skiing quite easy on her first try out on the dry slope at Sheffield.
- Other countries also believed that skiing offered more than mere exercise and sociability.
- The skiing was great but the town and resort were disappointing and not very friendly.
- He has never been much of a fan of downhill skiing, an experience he likens to attending a football match.
- He played squash, football and rugby and, in more recent years, enjoyed skiing and sailing.
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