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/countryside) de alrededorthe surrounding villages — los pueblos vecinos
- in the surrounding confusion — en la confusión del momento
- Once the glue bond has relaxed, pull one of the side sections loose from the surrounding floor.
- The total production of the Bradshaw Mountains and surrounding areas is in excess of 4 million ounces of gold.
- Parking will be free in the surrounding lots.
- The couple's biggest fear will be realised if the council decides to demolish the surrounding streets and leave theirs untouched.
- This process localizes tissue destruction to the cancer without damaging surrounding or deep tissues.
- She also said extra noise and congestion, along with the effect on visual amenity, would have an adverse effect on surrounding homes.
- The court should consider the similarity of the names, the intention of the defendant, the type of trade and all the surrounding circumstances.
- Neither building is taller than surrounding trees.
- From the top, wonderful views can be had of the surrounding countryside.
- Many in the surrounding community pitched in to help.
- The design team gave the same care to the restoration and construction of the new museum and surrounding facilities as it did to restoring the landscape.
- Reactions between some of the fibers and household chemicals are rapid and could cause damage to surrounding surfaces.
- The slower numbers don't reveal anything related to the upbeat pieces; the jazz drumming doesn't reflect on the surrounding hip-hop beats or the more experimental percussion.
- Of course, we need some predictability in our lives - otherwise we'd require some heavy medication to deal with the surrounding chaos.
- Rebels and government soldiers still clash almost daily in the countryside and surrounding towns.
- Up to thirty skilled men and apprentices were employed from the surrounding villages, coming to work on foot or by bicycle.
- Every normal human being acquires a natural language and that language is extraordinarily similar to that of the surrounding group.
- The hall attracts more than 70,000 visitors a year, with the surrounding park attracting more than 200,000.
- We know that hazmat teams from surrounding communities are on the scene right now, trying to control this blaze.
- On most of these developments the council appears to be very strict on what design should be acceptable with the surrounding properties.
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