In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1galería feminineveranda feminine
- One weekend I shared a room with Boy and his girlfriend; they slept on the veranda, leaving me the room to myself.
- A human couple relaxed on a porch swing on the veranda and Max thought the place looked peaceful.
- It is arranged in traditional courtyard format with verandahs for residential and administrative buildings.
- Monitor 33 showed one of the hotel's numerous bars and lounges, this one outside on the veranda.
- It is further supported by ‘front-of-house’ outdoor living spaces such as porches, verandahs, and courtyards.
- She would drop a recent kill on the back verandah outside our kitchen door.
- Then just stretch out on the veranda - or the living room sofa - and savor a splendid but underappreciated spirit.
- In traditional Karen bamboo houses, sleeping quarters for guests are on the veranda.
- You can also dine outside on the veranda section and enjoy cooling sea breezes.
- A dilapidated old man sits on the veranda of a dilapidated old house.
- I carried my weight slowly like a steamship, and sat on the veranda, outside this man's shop.
- The senior man broke away from the crowd and ran out the back door of the house to wail on the veranda.
- As Mario was on his phone once again, he stood on the veranda with the door closed so no one would hear him.
- Rena was sitting on the veranda railing looking at eye level to Rufus.
- She was at a table on the veranda overlooking the plaza, already looking at a menu.
- I finally spotted her alone, outside on the veranda, looking at the rough ocean.
- Thalia stayed against the cool marble wall on the veranda and closed her eyes.
- Meet me outside on the veranda when you finish eating, please.
- The outdoor verandah and roof overhangs provide welcome shade for both levels in the summer.
- Meals are served in the house, on the veranda, or on mats placed on the ground outside the house.
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