In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Not long after having the baby in August, Tess becomes a thresher.
- The threshers dispersed throughout the yard, some to wash at the trough, some to rest in the shade beneath the poplars, some to the kitchen to nag old Luculla to hurry with the midday meal.
- Agriculture thrives on the other side of those hills; grain threshers reaping wheat, trucks full of tomatoes, cucumbers and watermelons.
- She went into the fields and talked with the threshers.
- Magnus described respiratory symptoms among threshers of grain in 1555.
- Occasionally I'll mention that, for example, my arm was torn off last week by a wheat thresher.
- Nick was sent sailing into the grain thresher, smashing against the sides of the tower as Seven quickly darted at him.
- It was taken to Sheffield in the 1930s and saw out its working days there by steaming out to farms and powering thresher machines right up to 1964.
- Soon after Dun arrived in Japan, the Meiji emperor even had visited one of the Tokyo experimental farms, witnessing the industrial magic of a mechanical thresher.
- Some of the income that accrues is used to buy tractors, threshers, and irrigation and distillation equipment, which is then offered on hire.
- The emperor inspected the livestock and machinery, and was treated to a display of how the thresher worked.
- Some farmers use nets to catch rats, which start scurrying when they hear the roar of tractors and threshers.
- In the distance she sees the threshers, hurrying to cut the wheat.
- Dave Carroll and the vintage people were located in Teach Laighne car park with threshers, tractors and old time cars for all to view.
- I don't know what the health and safety people today would have said when we were working on the threshers.
- At Weydon fair, this corn thresher got drunk and spoke in an ill-tempered way of his wife.
- Drilling rigs replaced grain threshers and steam tractors at a frenzied pace.
- He was a brother of Mick Byrne, the well-known thresher man who drove his thresher into many farmsteads in West Wicklow.
- At that time the thresher had its own small engine and was not pulled by a tractor.
- But this farmer is a kindly old man that loves his wayward piglet since his wife died in a thresher accident.
2(person)trillador masculinetrilladora feminine
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