In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(large) pueblo masculine(small) aldea femininethe Olympic village — la ciudad olímpica
- the global village — la aldea global
- the village idiot — el tonto del pueblo
- village life — la vida de pueblo
- In many rural areas the police abandon villages and small towns after 5pm.
- In villages and rural areas, Clifden and Carraroe are likely to see growth in employment and services.
- The charity is even planning a portable gym that can be packed in a van and taken to village halls in the area.
- Deaths can be prevented by drivers slowing down for the sake of our kids, particularly in towns, villages and on rural roads.
- The population was essentially rural with numerous small villages and towns housing less than 1000 people.
- This space is a maze of back roads, a pattern of small hills, fine houses and pretty little villages.
- It has a busy town of characteristic corrugated iron buildings, and fishing villages of leaf houses built on poles over the water.
- The main town would be the central point of an area with the outriding hamlets and villages contributing to the town's collection.
- In rural areas, villages are often composed of kin groups that offer support during difficult times.
- In seaside towns and villages, tourism and fishing are important parts of the economy.
- Today one increasingly finds modern block and cement houses in both provincial villages and urban areas.
- People can vote at the village post office, in the village hall or post their ballot slip to the county council.
- Thankfully there are many more enlightened towns and villages in the area that welcome visitors however they may travel.
- The Swinford / Charlestown route will run on Tuesdays and will connect towns and villages in the area.
- The coast I like, towns, villages, and even hamlets I like, but the countryside and I do not really get on.
- It enhances the rural areas and towns and villages look so much better when litter free.
- The role of women differs greatly between middle-class urban areas and rural villages.
- The building later became the village hall, then a youth hostel with community use in the winter.
- In many towns and villages, such a house acts not only as a place to live, but also as a tourist attraction, bringing visitors in their droves.
- The parish council has also voiced its unease at more houses in the village and wants the area for community use.
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