In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1visitantefeminine visitashe's got visitors — tiene invitados
- she's not receiving visitors — no recibe
- only two visitors per patient — visitas de dos personas como máximo por paciente
- we're just visitors here — no somos de aquí
- visitors' book — libro de visitas
- visitors' register — registro (de entrada)
- a surprise win for the visitors — una victoria sorpresa del equipo visitante
- Bulgaria has much more to offer the foreign visitor than package holidays at a Black Sea resort.
- Their view will be that of the outsider, the visitor, the tourist.
- The present state of this newly formed path extension is hardly likely to attract new visitors and tourists.
- Today the prosperity of Skipton depends on the car parks for tourists, visitors and shoppers.
- This is a wonderful development in the area and was much needed to facilitate the local visitor and the passing tourists.
- Carlisle is a modern city with a traditional feel that is popular with visitors, locals and tourists alike.
- The effect of such decisions on tourists and visitors to Kendal must be considerable.
- When the Evening Press spoke to visitors in the town centre yesterday, most appeared in favour.
- It was one of my old haunts when I was a frequent visitor to New York, working on a novel with underlife scenes on the streets of Brooklyn.
- At lower altitudes, the national park offers many safe trails for exploration and a visitor centre.
- Mr Michael Henry, who resides in London, but who is a native of the island and a frequent visitor deplored the lack of progress.
- He is a senior social worker who lives in Kent but is a frequent visitor to his home area.
- I offer this so you understand that I don't speak from some distant place, as a visitor, as a tourist.
- Many in the association want the area left open for tourists and other short-stay visitors.
- He was a frequent visitor to the archival and historical sections of Laois library and had written extensively on his local area.
- We hope they will be widely used by local people, tourists, and other visitors to the city.
- She was a frequent visitor to the local garden centres in the city and county and her garden was a testimony to her love of shrubs and flowers.
- Construction of the monument along with a visitor's center is expected to begin within two years.
- York is a major tourist city and the visitors it attracts benefit many businesses in and around York.
- Baildon Moor is used by local people and at the weekends by tourists and visitors from other nearby towns.
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