In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sudadera femininecamiseta gruesa femininebuzo masculine Argentinapolerón masculine Chile
- Gazing at the various NYC baseball caps and sweatshirts, I felt rather queasy.
- People in Devonshire don't walk around wearing jeans and sweatshirts during the dog days of summer.
- I packed everything from sweatshirts to bikinis to thongs to sneakers.
- They wore old flannel shirts, and sweatshirts that hung over ripped jeans.
- What about the people who wear hooded sweatshirts because they keep you warm and cover your head from the rain?
- She pulled out a drawer, picking out a few shirts and sweatshirts that she would like to take when she was away.
- For trading in my tank tops for sweatshirts, for taking the air conditioners out and putting the storm windows in.
- The donation consists of 30 kits for school and youth teams including shirts, shorts, sweatshirts, balls and bags.
- His denim jeans were well-worn but clean and he was wearing a plain, blue cotton jacket over a maroon sweatshirt.
- The zip-front styles make them more adaptable than sweatshirts and the material is warmer than a cardigan.
- They were wearing dark tracksuit bottoms and sweatshirts.
- We had decided to remain in our pajamas and dress warmly using sweatshirts and scarves.
- Young people like jeans and sweatshirts with American slogans or logos.
- The other two guys, Sean and Brandon, were dressed in jeans and sweatshirts.
- Right now he was wearing a Rancid sweatshirt with dark blue jeans and a black hat.
- So there was everyone looking like goddam snowmen wearing scarf three sweatshirts, gloves, and beanies.
- The spirit of the Italian delegation, in their yellow caps and sweatshirts and their chants about Genoa, was completely different.
- She is a typical teenager, dressed in dark clothing and a black sweatshirt complete with hood.
- Theo walked over to her with a sweatshirt and sweatpants and took the picture.
- We were desperate to emulate our heroes in Bulgaria and Russia, so we ripped our ballet tights and wore our sweatshirts inside out.
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