In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(por el agua, barro etc) caminarhe waded through the water — caminaba por el agua
- they had to wade across a stream — tuvieron que vadear un arroyo
- I waded out into the lake — me adentré en el lago caminando
- we had to wade through waist-deep mud — tuvimos que caminar con el barro hasta la cintura
- The next morning, while wading a long stretch of the river, I begin to sink in sand.
- The rivers never have seen a dam, and the fish never have seen a hatchery, and the angler wading a remote gravel bar stands in the company of bears and eagles and wolves.
- Don't try wading the flats like the locals do on your first trip.
- We waded the first river barefoot, chilly but by no means unpleasant on such a warm day.
- He, of course, was wading the Tweed in February, without waders.
- Some people make sport of wading the Waddenzee at low tide wearing big rubber boots.
- I waded the chilly waters of the Avon just above the point known as Ath na Fiann.
- We will be wading some very big flats hunting big bones in very shallow water.
- It can seem on prime summer days that only a handful of Texas' half-million coastal anglers are not wading the bays or surf.
- In the evening, if you stand on the Roman bridge, you can watch men wading the torpid cressy river, carrying pans.
- He first got hooked on fish as a boy wading the streams of Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
- If you're wading the flats, shuffle your feet - then if any rays are around they will pick up the vibrations and move away.
- When wading the flats, you don't walk but shuffle your feet.
- Every day brought similar exciting fishing, some of the best when wading the shallows near the reef.
- It is possible to walk round the loch, but you might have to wade the river at its southern end to reach the track which will return you to the Lodge.
- All the other competitors were paired up in boats, while I struggled against a howling head wind, wading the brackish water from the bank.
- Sometimes I would walk for days in the woods, checking snares, tracking deer, wading the river, just walking.
- The anglers waded the river from John Fallon Bridge down to the Silver Swan Hotel on Saturday, July 26.
- It took me twenty minutes to wade the one hundred metres back to our hotel.
- We wade the cold water, fishing for an hour in the driving rain.
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