In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1also trolleybustrolebús masculine
1.2also trolley carUStranvía masculine
1.3Electricitytrole masculinebefore noun trolley pole — trole masculine
- In later years, the tarries were electrified, and poles held the trolley wire.
- They also had to replace the trolley pole when it escaped from the overhead wire.
2Britishmasculine carritofeminine mesa rodantemasculine carromasculine carritofeminine vagoneta
- Sebastian stood up and walked to a trolley of food that had been behind the door.
- Just like supermarket trolleys, baggage trolleys have a mind of their own.
- For some reason, the papers were wheeled around the hall in supermarket trolleys.
- Supermarkets have experienced a surge in the theft of trolleys and shopping baskets since the introduction of the plastic bags tax earlier this year.
- He took to the kitchen, smashing bowls and plates, turning over trolleys and pushing over tables.
- The government knows older people will be forced out of decent jobs and forced into menial jobs like filling supermarket trolleys and opening doors for a pittance.
- Catering consists of a trolley offering drinks, tea, coffee and snacks.
- It's a small, intimate restaurant with just a few tables, a sweet trolley parked prominently in the centre of the room when you arrive.
- Supermarket trolleys and burned-out cars replaced the brightly coloured barges that once proudly carried grain, coal, wool, salt and timber.
- There was no wheelchair available and she was advised to use an airport trolley.
- And while the fare is more, you get more comfort - including toilets and a food trolley service.
- Supermarket trolleys can cause back strain.
- Supermarket trolleys are well-known for their irritating tendency to veer from the straight and narrow, apparently at their own whim.
- In the restaurant, walking, talking robot trolleys will move around serving drinks.
- Clearing customs at an airport terminal, he insists on pushing a luggage trolley.
- I saw several people who, like him, appeared to have their worldly possessions stacked neatly on a metal trolley.
- Two of them will get an opportunity to accompany the drinks trolley during the match!
- Many of us spend weekend afternoons pushing the trolley round the supermarket or ambling through a shopping mall.
- A shocking exposé of the British food industry that will make readers look seriously at the contents of their supermarket trolleys.
- Apart from the used items, the showroom also sports new custom-made articles like dinner tables and bar trolleys.
- A smartly dressed waitress pushed a trolley to the table and loaded it promptly.
- Satine turns to a trolley with food and drink on it, and picks up a bottle of Champagne from the ice bucket.
- A trolley is wheeled in from the kitchen, and any teachers that happen to be present at the time team together to dish out the meals.
- Then, last week, the system would not operate at all, so the staff were stuck outside the block unable to return to duty - unable to get the food trolleys in, so the meals were served late.
- One businessman was told there were too many people on board and they could not wheel trolleys with hot drinks as it was a safety hazard.
- Communal cooking in Israel will never excite the gourmet, but the meals which are wheeled to the tables on stainless steel trolleys are balanced and filling.
- Choose a trolley rather than a basket as this offers you more mobility.
- We pay for trolleys in airports and supermarkets, and for parking we either scratch a permit, ‘pay and display’ or ‘park and ride’.
- Activists went into the supermarkets, filled trolleys with pasta, and then left them at the checkout counter.
- In their immaculate uniforms they go through safety procedures and tirelessly parade the aisles, pushing trolleys laden with drinks, meals and duty free.
- ‘Thanks for your help,’ Keira said sarcastically, as she grabbed a metal tray off the food trolley.
- We were just about to board when we were told a food trolley had activated one of the emergency chutes and they had to fly a part from Britain.
- Prisoners are fed breakfast, lunch and dinner by wardens who come down the corridors with ready-cooked food on trolleys but many inmates prefer to make their own meals in the evening.
- Without missing a beat, another aide approached the table, wheeling a trolley heaped with food.
- When it came to buckling the children into the supermarket trolley, belt use was in direct proportion to attractiveness.
- It is possible they used a metal trolley to move the stolen goods, which was abandoned outside the building.
- Retailers recognise that some shoppers have no other way of getting their groceries home, so they won't stop people pushing trolleys out of supermarket car parks.
- Many parents use car seats to carry their babies or secure them in their pushchairs and supermarket trolleys.
- The group's services range from treatments to harden metals for aero-engines to providing the shine on metals used in supermarket trolleys.
- The portable oven trolleys, found in each ward, ensure the food is hot, without burning, before serving.
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