In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(T-shaped bar, beam)barra en forma de T feminine
- A T-bar clips into the glove box of any vehicle and the curry can then be hung safely and securely on the hook.
- The property he took was a silver and gold Citizen's wristwatch, with a Babalone face, and a gold necklace, with large flat links and a T-bar.
- The Cambiocorsa also comes with a little T-bar reverse selector on the centre console.
- He stole a gold chain with a T-bar, a gold chain with a sovereign, a gold sovereign ring and a gold and sapphire diamond ring.
2(ski lift)T-bar lift — telesquí masculine
- As we climb Cairngorm on the T-bar I ask my instructor Alistair if he can sum up the appeal of our Scottish slopes.
- So it was unsurprising when, later in the week, William was photographed riding a T-bar with a rather more attractive companion.
- Generally they'll have a few rope-tows or T-bars to take you up a main route on the mountain; from there you traverse to where you want to ski, or head straight down.
- We finish at a downhill ski area and a T-bar lift to a fine hotel at the top of a run.
- Also, nobody told me that you don't actually sit down on a T-bar.
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