In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rider) desmontar(rider) derribar
- Jockey Daniel Howard is unseated when Polar Champ hesitates before jumping.
- Her horse reared suddenly, nearly unseating her, and plunged blindly into the forest.
- He thought the ground rocked slightly beneath him, and that he surely must be dreaming or seeing things, when Sport suddenly shied and reared back, nearly unseating him.
- She gasped as he unseated her and she tumbled to the ground.
- The horse squealed in surprised hurt, lunging so hard it almost unseated him.
- Dominguez was second in the national standings on July 24 when he was unseated from his mount at Delaware Park.
- Sanders was accidentally unseated on his way to the winner's circle after losing a stirrup iron after Chateau Istana spooked at a camera car, but remained unscathed and was complimentary of the winning performance.
- Griffith loosened the reins and the quivering horse beneath him sprung into a flat-out gallop, nearly unseating him as they rode towards the fallen figure.
- Hannah Blumenthal, 52, a freelance pony rider, was severely injured when she was unseated from a horse on Friday morning at Belmont Park.
- Jockey Alejandro Marcial was taken to a hospital on Sunday after his horse, Ski Away, broke down, unseating him in the first race at Arlington Park.
- Her mount bolted, unseating her but her foot was entangled in a stirrup.
- Jockey Russell Baze suffered a broken right collarbone on Sunday when he was unseated by his mount at the start of the third race at Golden Gate Fields.
- Bravo, 33, was riding Maid of Sunlight, who was squeezed in tight quarters and unseated him when she fell.
- Solis, 40, was injured when he was unseated from his mount, Golden K K, who clipped heels and fell in the upper stretch of a claiming race.
- Later his driving was to be his downfall as his motorcycle took a mind of its own and he was unseated in the middle of Third Road at rush hour.
- Unused to such harsh treatment, the horse reared back on its hind legs, unseating Jack Foster who landed with a thud on his backside.
- Arroyo was taken to nearby North Shore University Hospital after his mount, Ruby Hill, took an awkward step near the finish line and unseated him.
- The 33-year-old jockey suffered a fractured collarbone and an array of other injuries on July 21 when he was unseated in the seventh race at Monmouth Park.
- The horse slowed quickly, discomforting Kaelyn, and unseating her slightly.
- Jockey Shane Sellers, who suffered a cracked tailbone when he was unseated in a paddock accident last week at Churchill Downs, plans to return to riding within two weeks.
2(government) derribar(government) derrocarshe was unseated at the last election — perdió su escaño en las últimas elecciones
- Britain's Conservative Party faces its fourth leadership contest in 13 years, after Iain Duncan Smith was unseated on October 29 in a confidence vote of Tory MPs.
- But no one, not even Wahid, is suggesting that the military as an institution is behind any attempt to unseat the government.
- Mr Blocher was elected yesterday with 121 votes, unseating Ruth Metzler, the incumbent Christian People's party justice minister, who got 116.
- They typically sealed their victory by unseating kings, although often creating a new despotism.
- The AL, the main opposition party, has decided to resort to street agitation to unseat the government.
- Even more important, it unseats the person the people have deliberately chose for this office.
- The idea that term limits are necessary to unseat jaded officials and rouse lazy voters could not be more inapplicable in New York City now.
- Opposition youth movements such as Ukraine's Pora and Serbia's Otpor have been instrumental in unseating governments in their respective countries.
- A stalemate had been reached in which the opposition could not unseat the government by force and the government could not reassert full control.
- Elected to the Dáil in 1927 he was unseated as a bankrupt, but elected again in 1937.
- At best, Troy is simply an opportunist who was able to gain the support of a number of key people to help unseat me.
- Jean-Marie Le Pen has won through to the last round of the French presidential election, unseating the socialist prime minister, Lionel Jospin.
- An ensuing court challenge which alleged violations of campaign finance laws could have unseated President Tong.
- They were initially accused of plotting to unseat the government of oil-rich Equatorial Guinea in March last year.
- After the Milosevic government was unseated, these Albanian fighters moved on to Macedonia, where the territories bordering Kosovo are also mainly populated by ethnic Albanians.
- And in Bolivia, a peasant revolt grounded in opposition to neo-liberal policies recently unseated the pro-business president.
- Paul Woolstewholmes from Suffolk has won the election for national officer in the Fire Brigades union, unseating the leadership candidate.
- When the Glorious Revolution deposed James in 1689, rebellions in Massachusetts and New York overthrew the Dominion of New England and unseated the proprietary government in Maryland.
- It's also not fair that the sitting governor requires a majority vote to remain in office, as opposed to the plurality an opponent needs to unseat him.
- The Austrian government was unseated and replaced by a new leadership friendly to Germany, and German corporations began to take over Austrian resources.
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