In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(house) deshabitado(island/region) despoblado
- Many settlers made their way to Utah by wagon train in search of an uninhabited land to start their own way of life.
- Four thousand years ago the valley of Mecca was a dry and uninhabited place.
- The owl fled to the wild, uninhabited places, and now mournfully cries out for her home.
- Dressed in their finest and bedecked with gold jewellery, their appearance seemed at odds in that uninhabited place.
- Would it not be better if such a terminal was in a more uninhabited area?
- I left [school] to help my sister who was fishing in inland water ponds, which are situated in uninhabited areas.
- They stopped at a normally uninhabited site and chose it to host the fire.
- The first two doors led to uninhabited rooms, only filled with unused beds and bureaus.
- By sheer luck, the gas released in Oklahoma City was blown into a mostly uninhabited area.
- The high urbanisation has resulted in massive tracts of uninhabited land across the country.
- Their swords clashed with each other, ringing loudly over their uninhabited location.
- It was resting in a valley in an uninhabited region of the Atlas Mountains.
- He just sends me out, and I direct the people to the uninhabited areas of the junkyard.
- His Canadian co-pilot Lorne White will be travelling alongside him over some of the most uninhabited regions in the world.
- Rusty iron scraps, pipes and unusually shaped stones were scattered around the inhospitable and largely uninhabited area, it said.
- A whole small uninhabited town was erected nearby with two shops, a metro station, a factory and road and railway bridges.
- Many of these storms, if they occurred in uninhabited areas, would pass without any notice or impacts.
- It concentrates on places devoid of human interference, focusing on patterns made on often extreme and uninhabited places.
- The jump is likely to take place in May next year in an uninhabited area of Canada, although the details have not been finalised.
- If it's solitude you're seeking, Rannoch Moor is the largest uninhabited area in Britain.
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