In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(concert/exhibition) muy concurrido(concert/exhibition) con mucho públicothe meeting was very well attended — asistió mucha gente a la reunión
- The function was very well attended and proved to be a very enjoyable social event.
- The chairman reported another successful year with well-attended meetings, successful garden party, summer outing and Christmas party.
- Councillors hope for another well-attended meeting.
- Many of the investors and journalists at the well-attended meeting had probably secretly been hoping for fireworks.
- Organizers said that these events were also well-attended.
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