In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vencedor masculinevencedora femininethey emerged (as) victors — salieron victoriosos
- Towards the end of the war, the victors founded the United Nations at the San Francisco conference.
- Britain and France emerged from the war as victors, but as completely impoverished victors.
- When the two sides met earlier in the competition, Garrymore were victors by a large margin.
- Whatever the outcome expect little more than a score or two to separate victors and vanquished at the end.
- If England can set more challenging totals, they could yet make the leap from plucky losers to deserved victors.
- He said the Health Service Reform would be achieved in a way that would not result in victors or vanquished.
- Australia were clear victors in the Rugby League World Cup last year.
- Compare this with how the victors over France acted after its defeat in the Napoleonic wars.
- There is a danger that we think of peace settlements as being about the relations between victors and vanquished alone.
- This was tremendously enjoyable and Balla were the victors in the fun game.
- In a democracy, there are no losers, or victors for democracy encourages competition.
- No sooner was peace signed than the victors began to squabble among themselves.
- It divided people into groups of the victors and the vanquished, bearing hatred for each other.
- It carries the spray of foam, beer foam, through the air and into the hair of the victors.
- In doing so she became the first Russian to win Wimbledon and one of the tournament's youngest-ever victors.
- The victors of the Olympic Games in ancient Greece were awarded crowns made of olive branches.
- To the victors, the perfume was the fragrance of victory - but for the prisoners it was the stench of death.
- After three games in nine days Bolton eventually ended up victors in this game at Villa Park.
- Silsden Park Rangers held their nerve against Lindley Swifts and came away the victors in a high scoring encounter.
- The winner of each repechage then faces the runner-up in the other, with the two victors awarded bronze medals.
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