In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Crowd cheering, the trusty steed galloped at high speed for the winning post.
- I was so chuffed that I gave my old, trusty typewriter to her daughter without even a second thought.
- Our hero sat once more below the faithful tree, his trusty vial of pills in his hands, a prescribed lifeline.
- Nothing more was needed than a steady hold on the reins of her trusty steed.
- You will need a bow, target, finger and wrist guard and some trusty arrows.
prisionero que se considera merecedor de ciertos privilegios
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