In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sol masculine(bonnet/hat) para el solthe sun is shining — hace sol
- to rise with the sun — levantarse al amanecer
- the sun's in my eyes — me da el sol en los ojos
- don't stay out in the sun too long — no te quedes mucho tiempo al sol
- let's sit out of/in the sun — sentémonos a la sombra/al sol
- Denver had eight hours of sun yesterday — ayer hubo ocho horas de sol en Denver
- to think the sun shines out of sb's eyes / backside / arse — creer que algn es maravilloso
- under the sun
- I've tried everything under the sun — he probado de todo
- I've looked everywhere under the sun — he buscado por todas partes
- she called him every name under the sun — le dijo de todo
- there's nothing new under the sun — no hay nada nuevo bajo el sol
- sun blind — toldo
- sun god — dios del Sol
- the Sun King — el Rey Sol
- sun oil — aceite solar / para el sol
- sun parlor / lounge — jardín de invierno
- sun umbrella — sombrilla
- Balanced charm is what this wine does best: an easy sophistication, like lying in the sun on a winter's morning.
- A 15 to 30 minute tanning session is equivalent to an entire day spent in the sun.
- And the little mammal makes her way out in the morning sun, looking for food to raise her youngsters.
- What can I put on the windows to keep the heat in the room for the winter and keep the sun out in the summer?
- The 25-year-old was due to attend the court last month but the judge was told he had taken his partner and their child to the sun for ten days.
- The promenade was often crowded with gentlemen and ladies, shaded from the summer sun by parasols, and children scurrying on the beach.
- It is like working on a chain gang in the hot sun, all day long.
- Plant it in an area which receives full sun, digging it into soil which has been improved with the addition of compost and manure.
- Many of those dissenting voices seem to wonder how, given the precarious financial situation, the players can jet off to the sun for four days.
- It compensated for standing in the hot sun without proper food or water for five days!
- The next day the sun came back, and it didn't rain again the entire trip.
- The pool was usually filled with swimmers, spellbound by the cool shower that tamed the summer sun.
- So, leaving Ben to schmooze over a free lunch we got a ride downtown and enjoyed some welcome healthy food in the sun.
- With no shelter from the sun, and little food or water, people became ill.
- Forget your lazy day at the beach; forget a sweltering day in the sun; I'm going sailing.
- Buy them in bloom, and plant them in full sun (light afternoon shade in hot climates).
- It was our first clear day; the sun was turning the tops of the peaks gold.
- Deciduous trees or vines will allow partial access to the winter sun and shade in summer.
- But my child is only young, and is unable to apply lotion or cream properly and regularly in order to be protected from the sun on a hot summer day.
- It occupies a narrow bed running alongside a path which gets the afternoon sun in summer, but little in winter when the sun is lower in the sky.
1to sun oneself — tomar el sol
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