In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The stuffiness was a result of subterranean humidity.
- Players get to run around the building's maze of corridors, explore its subterranean passageways and take to its roof with a sniper rifle.
- Venturing deep below the ice, the explorers soon realise to their horror that the subterranean structure is in fact a sacrificial chamber, home to the dreaded aliens.
- I've fallen into a dingy subterranean bar called KGB, lured by the initials and the sign outside depicting a froth-capped beer glass.
- Swimming in the clear, fresh, subterranean water was sublime.
- Even after all that, there is still a vast reservoir of subterranean water inside the earth.
- Here the source for the volcanoes, an extensive wall of subterranean mud provides a near surface source.
- German homeowners and gardeners who attempt to destroy an ant hill or subterranean nest will be subject to hefty fines if caught.
- Pity about the subterranean exhibition space.
- After driving in, breaking all previously known records, I parked in this grim subterranean car park, at astronomical hourly rates.
- Firstly, if you happen to run an extensive subterranean mass transit system, you should familiarise yourself with the topology of the network.
- This three-dimensional complex of surface closed depressions, subterranean conduits, caves, and springs is known as karst terrain.
- Scrooges who detest Christmas are being offered the chance to avoid this year's festive season - by hiding in a subterranean nuclear bunker.
- In addition to the Paveletsky project, Moscow's shoppers will have a handful of other subterranean malls to choose from over the coming years.
- At one end of the square stands the town's main mosque, at the other the Church of the Nativity, in which a subterranean grotto marks the place of Christ's birth.
- It is both a museum and a memorial to the thousands who experienced torture under two different totalitarian regimes in the subterranean cells.
- A large mechanical platform is lowered into the subterranean depths of Purgato.
- Pumping out the water is not a long-term solution, and the project's ultimate aim is to channel the subterranean water away once and for all.
- Still, somewhere beneath your feet is a subterranean passage that obligingly ran from this all male seminary to the next door convent of Nazarene nuns.
- These drainages envelop the ephemeral wet surfaces and subterranean systems that rarely hold a diverse molluscan fauna.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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