In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1solidez feminineher use of light and shade gives an impression of solidity — su uso de luces y sombras crea una impresión de volumen
- The architects are confident that this structural solidity will not compromise floor layout flexibility.
- The effect of the paintings' intense color was often to dissolve the solidity of the architectonic structures.
- Then the shade of Marx was gone, and the walls of the official residence had reassumed their reassuring solidity.
- The set of bronzes by Degas in their spare solidity are arranged in front of two of his mistiest canvases and look all the bolder for that.
- It has a sense of solidity which is a reflection of the whole ethos of the car.
- The claret jug is an admirable specimen of one of the best Etruscan models, most graceful in outline, and yet presenting an unmistakeable appearance of solidity.
- His funky forms investigate established formal concepts of solidity, transparency, interiority and symmetry.
- At the center of the web is a steel stair tower, giving a sense of solidity to the otherwise delicate structure.
- The stair is elegantly made, a light filigree of steel rod and plates that contrasts with the heavy mass concrete solidity of the vault.
- Nevertheless it has remained largely unscathed by bomb or administrator since: its sheer solidity makes any alteration an expensive option.
- The rich tea biscuit is the right diameter but lacks a certain structural solidity for dunking.
- Sliding behind the futuristic facia there is a tangible feeling of both solidity and comfort.
- The Polo impresses immediately by the quality and solidity of its build.
- The gently-tapered barrel is especially pleasing to the eye and the overall appearance of the rifle is one of quality and solidity.
- Following it, they have regrouped and gone back to the basics, working hard and showing solidity and strength in defence.
- I settled on the thin padding of the window seat and leaned against the reassuring solidity of the window frame.
- James is all grown up; the mass of him, the physical solidity, possesses a palpable gravitational pull.
- Once something is in the digital realm it loses its physical solidity, most likely for ever.
- Judging by the size and weight of the car and the way it has been put together, it gives a reassuring air of solidity.
- There was nothing fancy about it, but the solidity of the masonry gave an impression of lasting durability.
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