In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(area) suburbano(shopping mall) de las afueras(attitude/housewife/life) aburguesadosuburban line — tren suburbano masculine
- I can improve the way people move around with suburban trains and a central ring road.
- Should we use the existing railway tracks and bring in a suburban rail system as they have in Chennai or Mumbai?
- For instance, we live in a modest sidesplit suburban house, which has a total of 10 steps.
- All right, they're slow for the suburban commute, but that's what the trains are for.
- Almost all roads can be considered as either urban or suburban in character.
- Were they fabricated in a suburban yard, shipped in up the Miss, brought in by train?
- Busways seem to be the mode of choice to improve suburban transit service.
- The pair played a brother and sister marooned in the wastes of suburban ordinariness.
- Thousands of people were forced to get off their trains at suburban stations.
- These girls' parents aren't exactly your average suburban mummies and daddies.
- They are doing this as a hobby to give shape to their empty suburban lives, not out of love for others.
- To some, this is a sign that the city's sprawling suburban growth is slowing.
- Incentives to entice the few specialists available to practice in suburban areas have failed.
- Not only does it have great metro, bus and suburban train services, it also has plenty more.
- They live in inner suburban Melbourne and her biological clock is ticking but he doesn't want to hear it.
- Castlepark's residents are equally enamoured with their little pocket of suburban bliss.
- Aunt Casey lived in a townhouse in a residential, almost suburban, area of Vancouver.
- The site lies in a dense suburban residential district to the north of the city centre.
- Hugh used to say that Howard was a boring little suburban lawyer with a closed and not very capacious mind.
- In addition, they suggest their music is less influenced by Liverpool itself than their suburban hometown.
- In Mixed Feelings Paul plays Vernon, a middle-class man stuck in a suburban rut.
- Services on city, suburban and commuter routes will terminate earlier than normal.
- There is some indication that these jobs are being filled by students and suburban commuters.
- Though commuting to the suburban campus is still no picnic, things have improved.
- In a crowded place like a suburban strip mall parking lot, you are bound to see at least one white van.
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