In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- His shirt is normally unbuttoned just a little more than most people would choose, and his face mirrors his emotions quite beautifully.
- He unbuttoned his shirt and threw it to the ground.
- The older woman was shocked to see that the kurti the girl was wearing was almost fully unbuttoned.
- Sitting in an armchair in the senator's office, Alito forgot to unbutton his suit jacket, causing his tie to stick out and his jacket to bunch up.
- All we need in order to master the operation of a digital camera is how to turn a few buttons, as if unbuttoning our jacket in a dark room.
- She began unbuttoning her coat and pulling off her scarf.
- Hornblower put the razor down, threw his hat on his bunk, pulled off his topcoat and began unbuttoning his vest.
- At least you and Father can take off your jackets and unbutton your shirts part of the way.
- Jake's shirt was unbuttoned and his belt hung undone at his waist.
- She half opened her eyes and watched as he removed his cape and tunic to unbutton his shirt.
- Fully fueled and back in my car, I discovered my shirt was unbuttoned.
- I had to take it back off my head and unbutton the shirt, which contained a live spider somewhere.
- I shouldn't complain, but I always feel such outsized portions are a bit unnecessary at this stage of the meal, and that starters should leave you wanting more, not unbuttoning your trousers.
- I unbuttoned my jumper, and pulled it quickly off.
- The crowd almost erupted when, during his rendition of the Sinatra classic Mac the Knife, he started to unbutton his shirt.
- I took an undershirt and a red and blue plaid one, leaving it unbuttoned.
- His button down shirt was unbuttoned, letting his strong, pale-skinned, muscles show.
- Then a nurse came and took me into another room, where I had to take off my coat and unbutton my shirt again.
- Next thing, he unbuttons his shirt and holds it aloft, soliciting passers-by: ‘Shirt for sale, no reasonable offer refused.’
- The blouse I wore was crisp and white, cuffed, predictably, below my elbows, and unbuttoned only down to the second popper.
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