In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cozy, comfortable)(room/cottage) cómodo y acogedorshe felt very snug by the fire — se sentía muy a gusto junto al fuego
- he was snug and warm in bed — estaba cómodo y calentito en la cama
- The children are welcomed aboard with hot spiced wine; the cabins are snug and luxurious, with much ornamentation.
- In inclement weather, it feels particularly snug pausing in the lounge with a book, or looking out to the turbulent sea through its large windows.
- Most of them have balconies, too, and on a clear night you will be zipping back and forth between the stupendous sight of the Matterhorn and the snug reassurance of your fireplace.
- They share a snug house, with friends nearby and neighbors who look out for them.
- Wood and stained glass partitions help to give it that warm, intimate feel, with a particularly nice snug area near the door.
- Muffle yourselves in your snug blankets or sit by your cosy fireside.
- He is known for braving snow and rain to produce his work, but tiring of the recent bad weather he is also looking for some snug vantage points.
- She felt like staying in bed a while longer, snug under the warm blankets, but her stomach would not let her, any more than her curiosity.
- It was cold out there, but underneath the blanket she was snug and warm.
- On the second floor, curved ceilings impart a snug, protected feeling to the bedrooms.
- Castle Mountain Resort, set in a snug valley in the southern Rockies west of Pincher Creek, is where expert skiers and snowboarders should head for the goods in Wild Rose Country.
- Blue orchard bees typically stay on the job despite weather that sends other bees buzzing back to their snug hives.
- Despite their humble circumstances and cramped flat, the Drakes have a snug, welcoming household.
- She usually didn't mind the cold but today she felt like being snug and warm.
- They all made themselves comfortable inside their snug and warm sleeping bags.
- The warm, comfortable bed that has kept you snug throughout the night just seems to be begging you to stay.
- Jake's soft against me, pulled up, and I've leant my head against his chest and his arm's round me and it's comfortable and snug and warm, and nice.
- It was into this relaxing and snug atmosphere that I sank back into a comfortable bench seat and partook of a spot of lunch.
- But for now we drift off, snug in our bed.
- Still, once a fire is crackling, it is a warm, snug shelter.
- If they're too snug, the waistband will curl over the belt.
- The fit should be snug but not confining - remember, they'll stretch a bit with use.
- They should be snug, not allowing a lot of foot movement inside.
- Offer them snug and stylish wetsuits to keep out the cold.
- Like the original the door has a sliding piece and this clips into the rear of the aircraft to ensure a snug fit.
- Cut each piece of insulation an inch or two longer than needed, to assure a snug fit.
- The final fit should be snug enough so that the helmet doesn't shift front to back or side to side.
- He was wearing a black t-shirt that he tucked into his snug blue jeans.
- They are sized a bit large so go with a smaller size for a snug fit.
- A black leather belt was snug around my waist.
- Have the child wear sleeves that are snug at the wrist, mittens (they are warmer than gloves) and water-resistant coats and shoes.
- The overall fit is very snug, but you can wiggle your toes.
- She is a tall and slim model-like blond with blue eyes and wrapped in a snug coat with some black pants and tennis shoes also.
- The fit is quite snug, and I don't think this will be detrimental in performance.
- He was wearing a pair of very snug jeans and blue shirt, which brought out his dark blue eyes.
- I'm five-eleven and on the slim side, so I generally end up with jackets that are snug but too short in the sleeves.
- Elbow pads need to stay put when you slide, too, so be sure they have sturdy straps and a snug fit.
- The jeans were not too snug and not too large either.
- Oddly today he wore a loose black button-up shirt and somewhat snug black jeans.
- In seconds the angle of the arms had been adjusted to a snug but comfortable fit.
- He sounds rather more ignorant and ill-informed than the average bloke in the snug; distressing.
- I arrive early, since the Crown offers the eager and initiated a unique and wonderful reward: snugs.
- It was an open-plan design before this renovation with snugs on one side and the shop on the other.
- It's such an unusual shape, with nooks and crannies and little attic bedrooms here and little snugs there.
- Why, was it only 20 years ago that we held our first, humble get-together in the snug of the Cat & Hacksaw in Sturminster Parva?
- Its stone walls, large fireplace, old snugs and nautical artefacts give it a rare character, and there is live music every night.
- Open fires, stained-glass and prints of old Paisley are nice talking points, but perhaps the most idiosyncratic features are the three snugs at the pub's rear.
- It lacked Tarana's homely gaggle of locals, but made up for it by having a 4ft kangaroo lounging decadently in front of the fire in the snug.
- Everything feels solid and looks attractive while various snugs and plenty of seats ensures a level of privacy when the music isn't playing.
- He expelled a spray of fine white foam which almost extinguished the great log fire in the corner of the snug.
- When eyes meet and glasses clatter, ‘Cheers’ rings out around the wooden snugs like it has done many times before.
- It now benefits from a total revamp which has given the pub a greater feeling of space, yet you can still have a quiet drink in its many snugs.
- It's all too easy to settle into one of the vaulted snugs and get happily drunk to talk of political intrigue.
- With all new seating installed in the snugs and a beautiful dark oak bar centrally located, you are now served more quickly, with the bar facilities on both sides of the house.
- Under the provisional plans, the wall separating the bar and the snug would be knocked down.
- The main bar greets you and you can enjoy your drink down by the fireplace or in one of its comfortable snugs.
- That provincial England closed at nightfall, save for two bingo halls and some old boys playing dominoes in the snug.
- We pass on, pausing only a couple of times for me to bump my head on bits of metal protruding from various ladders, down into a room that looks like the snug of a golf-club bar.
- Famed for its cosy snugs and hearty bar food its antiquated interior creates an atmosphere that some modern bars will never recreate.
- There is even a cozy snug for after-dinner drinks and chocolates, complete with board games and an open fire.
2(close-fitting, in woodwork)ceñidoajustadothe jacket was a snug fit — la chaqueta le (/ me etc. ) ceñía muy bien
- the joints must be snug — las uniones / ensambladuras deben ajustar perfectamente
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