In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1zonas residenciales de las afueras de una ciudadin the heart of suburbia — en plena zona residencial en las afueras de la ciudad
- Currently I'm living in suburbia, real suburbia with families and everything.
- It's a daily visual reminder, one of several visible from the house and garden, that this is not suburbia, it's the countryside.
- Her little bedroom shrine is in deepest Scottish suburbia.
- And yes, Bourneville is shockingly quiet and reserved but one thing I do like about suburbia is the relative quiet.
- In fact, all the characters in this film are equally compelling, giving a quirky impression of life in suburbia coming apart at the seams.
- Developers are proposing mini housing estates in leafy suburbia as current policies deter them from greenfield sites.
- Unhappiness fuels great disdain for all of suburbia and its inhabitants.
- They are accused of doing little or nothing so as long as the problem stays in the inner city and white suburbia is safe.
- East London got heavy industry, while West London got upmarket suburbia.
- Irish asphalt-layers, the scourge of suburbia, have reached Norway.
- This is the heaviest and bleakest view of Australianised suburbia ever represented on local screens.
- As far as I can tell, the concept of the hormone-crazed teenager is coeval with suburbia.
- My garden would be perfect were it not in deepest darkest suburbia and a good 15 mins walk from the nearest station.
- We live with our dogs in cities or suburbia, with kids and spouses and jobs.
- Like her affluent neighbours in suburbia, Warner found herself obsessing about the smallest things.
- It's been a very long trek across inner suburbia to reach this remote rail hub surrounded on three sides by an expanse of tracks and overhead cables.
- Orange County is beachfront suburbia, where the sun burns ambition to a crisp.
- A superhero in suburbia is a neat idea, but the suburb has to be at least slightly believable for the show to work.
- Swedish suburbia is odd - everything looks like pre-fab wartime houses.
- From the line, new housing estates have sprung up, housing families keen to own a piece of the new suburbia.
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