In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sombrero mexicano masculine
- Adorned with piñatas, sombreros and the occasional poncho, the Mexican Café represents the ‘stereotype’ of Mexican décor and food.
- Have servers wear colorful aprons, sombreros, chili pepper shirts or vests or brightly colored t-shirts.
- The Cat's Meow is an intriguing velvet cloche hat amidst the bowlers, sombreros, hardhats, and baseball caps in the Hollywood closet.
- The men in sombreros were miked and amped and they were shaking maracas and playing guitar.
- He wore a large hat that he called a sombrero, in honor of some holiday in his culture that happened to be today.
- We're going to have people with six-guns and so forth, sombreros, wandering through there as the local guides through ‘Ghost Town.’
- And whether riding a gondola in Venice, wearing a sombrero in Mexico or joining local traditions, this pope always added a touch of style.
- The theme of the day is Spanish holiday, they are dressed almost to a man in sombreros, with either beach balls, lilos or water rings.
- Men dress as charros, or Mexican cowboys, and wear wide-brimmed sombreros along with tailored jackets and pants lined with silver or shining metal buttons.
- One popular story is about El Duende, an imp with a big sombrero, red trousers and a blue jacket, who courts pretty young girls by tossing pebbles at them.
- Just then, a group of men wearing sombreros and playing guitar came to our floor.
- Frank insisted on wearing a sombrero, as well as his Celtic top and shellsuit trousers.
- He stomps in without stopping to divest himself of his sombrero, spurs or pistols.
- Students donned sombreros and begged for a Fiesta Bowl invitation.
- A multi-coloured straw sombrero from Acapulco in Mexico seemed equally out of place on the Christmas tree.
- Portraying Down Mexico Way, this band boasted a Spanish influence with its fancy sailors wearing colourful sombreros and a section of female revellers in flamenco-styled costumes.
- And there was a list of this delegation, of peasants in their white pajamas and their sombreros.
- Evidently, fur is the hot thing for men to be wearing - fur coats, fur vests, fur sombreros.
- Then we went to sombreros and then, like, matadors - a kind of big mix of everything.
- He tucked her elbow in his and then started off, looking utterly ridiculous and unrecognizable in his wide-brimmed sombrero and bright orange and red patterned blanket.
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