In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bar masculinecafetería feminine
- Planned features of Flat Land Café include a snack bar, a pool table, video game stations and a school lunch program, all in a relaxed lounge format.
- The snack bar adjacent to the magazine stall sells soft drinks, snacks and sweets.
- The cinema has a small snack bar and the usual cinema confectionery.
- Once inside, I was glad to see the snack bar was open and grabbed a much-needed cup of coffee.
- He said the two occasionally grabbed a sandwich in the snack bar.
- A BUSINESSWOMAN, who runs a roadside snack bar near Skipton, was fighting for permission to stay in business this week.
- The marina itself is a very attractive building with a small snack bar and a restaurant.
- I usually eat a meal before a finals, but that day I got to the bowling center about two hours before the show and just had a little something at the snack bar.
- I finish shoving my stuff into my locker and decide to go to the snack bar to grab something before class because I skipped breakfast.
- We headed over to the snack bar to return my bowling shoes and grab lunch before his mother arrived to pick us up.
- The mob then moved on to the Viennese Café, a popular snack bar in the U.N.'s conference room facility.
- People were bundled up to watch their favorite football team, and they sold hot chocolate at the snack bar during halftime.
- After a tiring stroll, visitors can be seen refreshing themselves with a soft drink or a quick bite at the small snack bar.
- Expect a longer than usual lineup at the snack bar.
- Devil's Bridge is the ideal place for a stopover on a long journey, enjoying a cup of tea from the snack bar, a walk by the river and finally a trip to the toilet before setting off on the journey.
- Begin at Sandy Gap 1 next to the beach-side snack bar (currently closed and for sale).
- She fills orders at Seaside Lunch, a snack bar in a trailer at the ferry landing in Tiverton.
- So I met back up with OFK, spoke with the ex - while I snacked on a sandwich in the snack bar and made plans for dinner that night.
- At the movie-theatre snack bar you order a medium Mountain Dew.
- We pay again at the snack bar for sandwiches and water as there is no food or drink offered.
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