In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sensation) de cosquilleo(sensation) de hormigueomy hands feel tingly — siento un cosquilleo / hormigueo en las manos
- with a tingly mint taste — con un refrescante sabor a menta
- ‘I have headaches, a tingly feeling all over the body and my stomach is in a mess every day,’ he said.
- Parts of me are groggy, others sore and a few tingly.
- And, now that I've talked about it so much, I'm kind of getting that tingly feeling that I want to read it after all.
- I sat through the programme last night with that that tingly feeling you get from a truly exceptional piece of music and just thinking about it has brought that feeling back.
- Every now and then I'll move my arm and I'll get this tingly sensation running all the way down it.
- We all expected someone equally stellar, and a lot of names were bandied about in tingly expectation.
- But on a sadder note, I think my lips have developed antibodies to the tingly sensation.
- The minute I put this stuff on my face felt all cool and tingly.
- Her whole body had a tingly sensation that she loved, and she wanted to savor it as long as she could.
- A tingly feeling was creeping down my spine as he slowly rubbed his thumb in circles against the pulse in my wrist.
- What annoyed her most was not the pain but the tingly itchy sensation after the pain when her hair was pulled on.
- Her lungs felt constricted and there was a slight tingly burning behind her eyes.
- A tingly sensation spread throughout my body and I suddenly felt magically happy.
- I felt a tingly sensation all through out my body as I ran to the hangar, as if something that really wasn't supposed to happen did.
- I felt the tingly, hot gush of adrenaline when I looked into the rear-view mirror.
- Her mind screamed out as she felt her body succumbing to the tingly sensation of the drugs.
- Little tingly feelings crept back into me, but the hurt of last night tempered my reaction.
- You know when you've been clapping for a long time and your hands start to get a tingly sensation?
- Clearly this is television aimed at rich people, so they can have a vicariously tingly peek into the seedy underworld of carjacking.
- He began to kiss down my neck and tingly sensations overcame my body.
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