In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine terminalmasculine terminal Chilefeminine estación terminalthis is the terminus — este es el final del recorrido
- Mr Fee said the road was being planned with ‘utter indifference’ to where or when a major rail terminus along its route might lie.
- The covered part of what was the railway terminus has become the waiting lounge, it is decked out like an airport departure lounge, well I suppose really it is.
- The great Victorian railway termini of London give rise to lines that snake out across the city atop stolid red-brick viaducts.
- On Monday, the first day of full commercial operation, we went looking for the southern terminus of the sleek new Hiawatha light-rail line.
- The plan will also incorporate the relocation of the college and its link with a new bus terminus with Keighley station.
- The station had opened as both a through and a terminus stations.
- The virus has spread from airports and railway terminuses to the major cities now.
- The visibility of such people in London railway termini or at suburban stations made them very noticeable to contemporaries.
- And resurfacing is also in progress on the old bus station site which is to become a car park to replace the spaces taken up by the new terminus.
- They target busy areas such as bus terminuses, shopping complexes, government hospitals and those close to the Collectorate.
- Imagine this - a service that has large parking lots at its terminus stations, clean trains, and decent reliability.
- The final block has a taxi rank, a bus terminus, hawkers' stalls and space for retailers and wholesalers.
- Moreover, what building could better symbolise Britain's territorial expansion in the industrial age than the world's first purpose-built railway terminus?
- At one time his father had a pub and grocery business, situated near a large Dublin railway terminus.
- To appreciate the usefulness of the atlas, the reader needs to follow particular railroad routes between important termini.
- When we got to this terminus station, our train remained on the right-side track.
- We are building a new toilet block at the western end of the bus terminus.
- The rails will be a permanent reminder of the heyday of the station as a thriving terminus.
- The metro central terminus is planned to be located close to the City Railway Station.
- This station is an attempt to resemble a London railway terminus, complete with the see-through roof and the space.
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