In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1abanderado masculineabanderada feminineportaestandarte masculine(leader) adalid masculine(leader) abanderado masculine(leader) abanderada feminine
- In many ways Dean is an unlikely standard-bearer for gay rights.
- Instead, time after time, people who had begun as standard-bearers of the left ended up as right wingers.
- When Ali refused the draft, there was no genuinely mass anti-war movement in the country; not long after, he would become one of the standard-bearers of that movement.
- It was clear that the cop saw him as a natural enemy and a standard-bearer of the drug culture.
- Perhaps unexpectedly, working-class and rural girls are the standard-bearers of the future campaign for genuine sharing of household responsibilities.
- The original standard-bearers of the U.S. gay rights movement get their due in a new documentary
- He is, warts and all, our standard-bearer and founder of our Republic.
- Prince Charles, who stays at Balmoral every summer, has always been the royal standard-bearer on green issues.
- Even beer companies, long the standard-bearers of traditional male attitudes, have noticed something different in the brew.
- It is the responsibility of judges to be moral standard-bearers.
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