In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(fire) (sin llama) arder(eyes) arderthe building was still smoldering the next day — el edificio seguía ardiendo lentamente al día siguiente
- his passion smoldered (on) for years — la pasión siguió consumiéndolo durante años
- her eyes smoldered with passion — sus ojos ardían de pasión
2smoldering present participle(look/gaze) provocativo(look/gaze) seductor(look/gaze) ardiente(eyes) ardiente de pasión literary(hatred/passion) que consume(ruin/ashes) humeante
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