In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(nail, knob)tachuela feminine(on shield) tachón masculine
- They have rich enamelled surfaces whose reflective planes are broken up with studs of texture.
- The next was cluttered with metal studs and necklaces that had spikes too long for my personal sanity.
- Gazillions of crystal and metal studs of varying sizes adorn a band of leather.
- It was protected by huge wooden doors, imprinted with black metal studs and a silver depiction of man and horse.
- Heeled clogs were lined with sheepskin while knee-high boots with a six-inch wooden heel were patterned with metal studs.
- She wore thick leather armor reinforced with metal studs.
- Or apply metal studs, according to the instructions provided with the package.
- Each brother carried a heavy leather thong, tipped with metal studs.
- The shape of the headrest follows Zulu style, but brightly coloured plastics, insulation tape and metal studs decorate the core.
- These rollers have drums with many protruding studs, each similar to a sheepsfoot, that provide a kneading action.
- The bike look is not heavy leather with metal studs, but usually clothes made with lightweight synthetic fiber and pants that end mid-calf.
- The blue-haired girl fisted her hands in her new navy Kangui gloves which had small metal studs on the knuckles.
- He had to dodge low cords and metal studs as he hurried.
- Her muscular arms are folded across her chest and each of her wrists is adorned with a black bracelet with shiny metal studs.
- In one case, boxers wore leather gloves laden with metal studs.
- An enlarged end of a shank is anchored into the retention member with a threaded stud extending therefrom.
2British(on sports boot)taco masculinetoperol masculine Chile
- They'd be good as studs for soccer boots I imagine.
- Having waited for the ball to depart he drilled his studs into the side of Tim Cahill's knee.
- He can be seen over the two men's shoulders leading a bunch of players, metal studs sparking on the cement, back to the dressing room.
- It spun back off Gallacher's right-hand post, but Flo was on hand to force the ball over the line with his studs.
- Diack deserved the congratulations here, getting his studs on top of the ball to poke it into the furthest corner.
- His studs caught Venter and caused a gash above his right eye.
- As I walked down the corridor towards the pitch my studs made that fantastic sound which studs do on a hard surface.
- Canero, an adventurous presence on the left flank, caught his studs in the turf and was stretchered off.
- Can anyone remember a situation in which the linesman has found illegal studs?
- He just went to turn inside during the game and his studs stuck in the ground.
- More studs means less pressure per stud, spreading the load evenly across the boot for better comfort.
- If, like me, you tend to do a lot of walking when fishing, studs are essential items, and you can add screw-in studs to felt soles.
- Any type of football boots are welcome, especially moulded and those with blades and studs.
- The studs of my boot got caught in the turf and my leg just gave way.
- Today's boots are more like good quality trainers with studs in the soles and are very light and comfortable.
- Soft stud shoes must be worn and the studs are available at the Castle Hume Golf Club Shop.
- Your studs go into the ground, your knee goes one way but your foot stays where it is.
- And if they wear their six studs there are very sore calves and feet after it.
- No one else at school had boots with blue plastic studs.
- In fact the home keeper had to be stretchered off with an apparently serious ankle injury after catching his studs in the turf.
3(on road)tachón masculine(reflective) catafaros masculine(reflective) estoperol masculine Andes(reflective) ojo de gato masculine Southern Cone
- Extensive guardrails, new road markings, road studs and road signs were installed.
- There was a lot of ice and gravel on the road that damages the studs, and I felt the car moving around a lot.
- ‘It's in line with a row of studs on the road and doesn't move,’ he said.
- Special glow-in-the-dark road studs installed on the A12 at a cost of £36,000 may have to be replaced after just one year.
4(earring)arete masculine(en forma de bolita) pendiente masculine Spaintornillo masculine Uruguay
- She had white pumps with orange straps, and her earrings were studs.
- Even a pair of diamond stud earrings can make quite a difference.
- When he opened his mouth to tell me he was fine, I spotted a silver tongue stud.
- She had on diamond stud earrings and thin fingerless lace gloves.
- She had four studs in either earlobe and two small hoops at the top of her left ear.
- He played with the small silver stud in his ear.
- Diamond stud earrings are timeless and go with just about anything.
- The collection included a wide range of jewellery such as necklaces, earrings, bangles, studs, broaches and mangalsutra.
- She fidgets with her left diamond stud earring.
- She was wearing diamond studs in her ears.
- Diamond earrings and studs are the most versatile and wonderful accessory that can give an aristocratic look.
- AJ walked along the wall looking at the collection of chain necklaces, earrings, eyebrow studs, navel rings, and hair dyes.
- In one ear was a stud earring made of a diamond, and silver.
- He was wearing two diamond studs in his right ear and was riding a silver mountain bike.
- The body-jewelry equivalent of plain diamond or pearl stud earrings is probably the captive-bead ring, or perhaps the curved barbell.
- She was wearing a black pants suit and heels, with two diamond stud earrings.
- She had pierced ears but was not wearing studs or earrings, and was wearing plastic contact lenses.
- Her earrings were studs, and she had all-white pumps.
- She had pierced ears but wore neither studs nor earrings and there was no jewellery.
5(for collar, shirtfront)(para cuello o pechera de camisa) gemelo masculine
- But the tuxedo was not Jim's, the shirt was not his, and the studs and tie were not mine.
- By the same token, try to use studs to fasten your tuxedo shirt rather than the plastic buttons already on the shirt.
- If the studs are covered by the tie, do I just wear a French-cuffed dress shirt?
- Depending on the occasion, you can accessorize your tuxedo with a hat and a four-piece stud set.
- When these inspections are passed, a suit is then certified for that competition by having a metal stud inserted in the left sleeve.
- He put on his tux shirt and slowly plugged the studs.
- Nodding, Derek dragged on his dress shirt and was hunting for the missing studs when Jordan Colby arrived.
- She returned the favor by working the studs from his dress shirt.
transitive verbstudded, studding
1(with studs)tachonarthe sky was studded with stars — el cielo estaba tachonado de estrellas literary
- a speech studded with classical references — un discurso salpicado de referencias a los clásicos
- a cast studded with famous names — un reparto estelar
- a diamond-studded tiara — una tiara con incrustaciones de brillantes
- It was shaped something like a coffin, but the inside was studded with various kinds of probes and prods and electrodes and such.
- She has studded leather cuffs that go from her wrist to her elbow.
- Each exquisite creation is studded with semi precious stones like turquoise, amethyst, pearls and corals.
- They are studded with stones and plastic gems, also sometimes with ribbons and glittering fabric paints to enhance the look.
- The gilt rosettes that once studded its coffered dome evoked the firmament.
- Fendi has played artfully with rhinestones, studding the tops for a line of mink co-ordinates.
- The buttresses and pinnacles were studded with coral like coloured sculptures.
- We also had the car tires changed to studded winter ones on Wednesday.
- It was his watch, the entire band and face were studded with what looked like diamonds!
- They began to arm themselves, carrying swords, studded planks of wood, and making petrol bombs.
- To add to the attraction, they are studded with chocolate gems.
- Some of the antique jewellery was studded with emeralds, ruby, zircons and pearls.
- The upstairs drawing room is a deep turquoise colour, and its ceiling is studded with gilded stars.
- A small tan coloured female pup with a black studded collar was found in the Mellick area near the cattle mart.
- A wide leather wrist band studded with silver pyramids slid down his thin arm.
- The cylindrical nave columns are studded with gold mosaic and alternating geometrically decorated capitals.
- Thorin gives Bilbo a coat of Elvish mail and a leather studded helmet.
- Cell membranes are studded with an enormous variety of molecules called receptors that receive these signals.
- Some aegirine crystals are studded with white microcline crystals.
- A unique jewel studded crown was gifted so that Lord Sundareswarar could be decked with it during the daily pujas.
1(group of animals)cuadra feminineto stand at stud — servir de semental
- to put/send a horse to stud — poner a un caballo de semental
- The homebred four-year-old filly will return to the Duke of Roxburghe's stud in England at Floors Farms.
- In the meantime they provided a stud of beef bulls not be equalled on the British Isles.
- The break-in to the stud farm occurred in the afternoon or evening of last Friday.
- Backsberg also has a goat stud of the famous Swiss Saanen bloodline.
- She also owns a stud farm near Newbury and a deer forest in the Highlands.
- It was one of South Africa's prominent Holstein studs at that time.
- Until 1982 the Hall and the stud farm were in single ownership.
2(male animal)semental masculine
- King and Prince, another gelding and a stud colt, had loaded much more easily than the fiery Duke.
- He'll be back in no time, and through his absence, I'll let you take a few of my stud horses for your breeding.
- Owner Israel Flores has offered to donate each stud fee for his stallion, Kentucky Jazz, for the entire 2001 breeding season.
- Swept Overboard is scheduled to make just two more starts before heading to Japan for stud duty at Shadai Stallion Station.
- No determination has been made where Mocha Express will begin his stud career.
- Williamson pushed his stud horse up to the challenge.
- Flying Continental entered stud in 1994 and stood for between $3,500 and $5,000 throughout his career.
- The fee is equivalent to each stallion's stud fee with a minimum fee of $1,000.
- Pat brought in a second horse, Liberty Major, a stud horse discarded for being dull, stupid, and unwilling.
- Plans call for him to be sold or syndicated for stud duty.
- He earned $266,567 in four seasons prior to his stud career.
- As long as people think there is someone prepared to pay $1 million for a foal, studs can charge hefty fees and their owners can live playboy lives.
- A three-time leading sire in Argentina, Southern Halo began stud duty at Ashford in 1996.
3also stud farmcriadero de caballos masculineharas masculine Southern Cone Peru
- The farm also reduced the stud fees on three of its stallions.
- What, exactly, is wrong with the conventional way of doing stud fees?
- They had no family and they said they'd be thrilled if I took the name over, so that's how my jersey stud came to be.
- Taylor Made Farm has raised the stud fee of Grade 1 winner Forestry to $75,000 for 2005.
- Terms of the deal were not disclosed and no stud fee has been set.
- The stud fee for recently retired Group 1 winner Aljabr has been set at $30,000.
- It has 13 stallions at a stud in New South Wales in Australia, and 17 stallions at Ashford Stud in Kentucky in the United States.
- There are 10 large breeding studs in Israel, and Ariela Arabians, owned by businessman Eitan Wertheimer, is the most important.
- The nine-year-old son of Relaunch stands at Wafare Farm near Midway, Kentucky, for a stud fee of $2,500.
- Meantime, in the Biddesden stud, the natural breeding goes on.
- Futi's mother is now nine years old and in calf in the Holstein stud of Johan Schoeman of Grootpan Farm in the Bothaville district.
- There you have the state run studs and bigger breeding programs.
- The bulls have to compete in feed efficiency trials as young animals before they get into the bull studs.
- The farm has gradually grown to 800 acres and is one of the state's leading studs.
- The stud will continue to offer all of its yearlings at sales.
4informal(man)semental masculine informal
- Young studs across the country will pledge their allegiances to institutions of higher learning.
- Eight studs join the show halfway through to vie for the bodacious belle's affection.
- And for years Roxy has remained Gotham's hottest spot for shirtless dancing studs.
- Not only does Jit have the attitude of a massive stud, but he's also cultured.
- Upright and proper, she reclaims her right to be a female stud and to discover her sexual powers.
- Would it be fair for someone my age to try to wed a young stud like him?
- Sadly none of the hot studs from ShowBiz Ireland editorial staff made the list!
- He used to be the hottest stud on Liberty Avenue.
- It's because I think he's a total stud and I'm hoping we can make out in the back of his car.
- I'm kissed and hugged and pinched by the studs, the bartenders, the drag queens, but that's it.
- He'll probably make up stories to himself about how he is a stud, and you're just looney.
- A plot with Lisa Grimaldi romancing a hot young stud would get my immediate attention and would simply sizzle.
- I would tell you to back off from that one even were it not for all the other, um, studs in your life.
- Trust me when I say that there are a lot of hot studs there.
- He will take a self-help course that guarantees to make him a super stud.
- We're not sexual super studs, just ordinary, everyday people and if we can do it, why can't you?
- Not only does this man have the attitude of a massive stud, he's also talented.
- Then everyone will be astounded at my ability to catch such a young stud!
- He was a stud, with olive complexion, and the rippled muscular body of a sixteen year old.
- Once again Bacon Magazine brings you the web stud of the month, a man named Jit.
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