In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1puesta de(l) sol feminineat sundown — al atardecer
- Near sundown, Jude arrived, smelling like fish and incredibly tired.
- When we arrived at a grass-thatched hut at sundown, we'd string up our hammocks and spend the night.
- So as I was saying, it was just after sundown on a hot August night.
- While it may seem to make sense to work cattle after sundown, wait until the cattle have had at least six hours of night cooling before working.
- Sunup to sundown, hard, miserable work, but we managed to get it done.
- That work kept us busy until well after sundown.
- Teams are chosen and the game begins at sundown.
- The city shows no slackening of pace after sundown.
- At this meeting, Quentin orders his sister's boyfriend to leave town by sundown, and threatens to kill him if he stays.
- Known as gecekondu because they are ‘built at night,’ this squatter housing takes advantage of an ancient law that says if construction begins after sundown, whatever is standing at sunrise has legal status.
- During the mid-day heat the animals take a siesta, so much of the wildlife activity takes place around daybreak and sundown.
- She'll be having her supper on a tray, watching the sundown birds.
- After sundown, as many as 3,000 followers gather in the great hall beneath a roof shaped like unfolding pink lotus petals with a glass dome at its center.
- There was no unified standard as there is in Judaism, sundown to sundown.
- Beaver are nocturnal and often begin their activities shortly after sundown.
- From sundown on Friday until dusk on Sunday they will be in ‘character,’ dressed and speaking in the language of the 19th century soldier.
- At this rate, they would be in the city around sundown.
- Near sundown, I took him to a nearby beach in my punt.
- I worked from sunup to sundown,’ he reminisces.
- While driving through Indiana around sundown, he saw and photographed ‘the most spectacular array of sunrays’ he had ever seen, though at the time it didn't seem to relate to anything happening in his life.
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