In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vestirto get togged out / up — vestirse
- they were smartly togged out / up — estaban de punta en blanco
- Conditions were perfect, the lads stood beside him for the pre-event photos, and he was togged out in the full kit.
- I start getting togged up at 6.50 pm, but there's a vocal warm-up at 6.30 pm and I'm happy to be missing out on that!
- The sun shone as we togged out in our t-shirts that we put on over several layers of thermal underwear!
- I got all togged up with goggles, ear plugs, face masks and dirty old clothes for two days floor sanding fun!
- They're all big men, though they don't look it when they're togged out.
- At any opportunity the kids are togged out in their wellies and off out to the two secured outdoor areas on-site or for a run around outside.
- Once again, 15 minutes after arrival, they'd togged out and with towel in hands were off down to the pool.
- It's not dangerous, yet togged up in that gear your average enthusiast looks damned menacing.
- Twenty-two girls from Nurney were togged out in the locally sponsored jerseys and new skirts.
- Our photo shows the lads getting togged out for one of many charity football matches.
- Training takes place twice a week and there could be up to fifty girls togged out on those evenings.
- We've rather over judged the dress code - and appear to be the only ones to have bothered to get togged up at all.
- It was a marvellous feat of organisation and the reward was to see the young people from five years of age to eight togged out in their individual club colours.
- I rarely wear a suit these days, often a shirt and tie but rarely the whole hog, but today I was togged out in my full glory.
- Daisy and I had a walk into town, suitably togged up in waterproofs.
- The tournament began at 11 o clock on a grey and wet morning but despite the inclement weather all the teams togged out and started playing.
- Both sides are at the ground a half an hour before the kick off time, togged out, raring to go, and the referee never turns up.
- So I got myself togged up in the required fisherman's smock, with those handy pockets for putting things in.
- Revellers togged up in suits and fancy vintage dresses groove the night away against a projected backdrop of classic films, footage of a bygone Birmingham and, later in the evening, eye-popping burlesque routines.
- In the end, we had snow, but the flurries were light, and so we togged up and trekked across town back to Betty's.
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