In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(bridge) puente masculine(bridge) pasarela feminine(passageway) pasillo masculine(path) sendero masculinea covered walkway connects the two buildings — un pasaje cubierto conecta los dos edificios
- The shopping centre grounds will be landscaped, incorporating a cycle lane and pedestrian walkways.
- Because the walkways are wide and open, they function as convenient and safe play areas for kids.
- Since then tens of thousands of pounds have been spent on replacing the walkways with wide stone paths - but they may not be needed.
- The central courtyard is a formal elliptical lawn surrounded by gravel walkways.
- Everyone who uses it will walk through the plaza, either through a covered walkway or in the open air.
- He designed a town with a civic center and plenty of parks, laced with pedestrian walkways.
- The canal is a wonderful amenity in this part of the county and there is a beautiful walkway along the bank.
- It will also have cycle lanes and walkways connecting the development to the town's rail services.
- The elevated walkways must connect with the non-residential Barbican plan.
- Construction of sidewalks and shaded walkways have made walking a pleasure.
- Attractions will be linked by glass-covered walkways, and a park is to be built behind the Tower.
- The city is also considering building underground walkways to link the various buildings in the park.
- Six local organisations say the scheme will ruin leafy cycle and walkways along the East Lancashire Road and cause traffic chaos.
- Once back into the show cave section we moved swiftly along the walkways, exiting the cave in relative luxury.
- It has a large central atrium crisscrossed by walkways connecting open spaces and meeting points.
- Residents entered the building from the street, with servants using the rear walkways and service lift.
- There is also a public walkway along the top of the cliffs which passes directly in front of the house.
- There are promises of graded paths and walkways, one suitable for wheelchair access.
- We walked from behind a row of cars and along a walkway through the gardens.
- Glass walkways connected the buildings to their neighbours and to the central building at three levels.
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