In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1que se cierra con cremalleraque se cierra con cierre Latin Americaque se cierra con zíper Mexico Central America Venezuela Cuba
- While the concept of a cardigan isn't all that hip, this zip-up sweater's high collar and corduroy detailing on the front pocket give it an updated appeal.
- We were all wearing tight jeans and zip-up jackets.
- To top it all off, get your hands on this hooded zip-up sweatshirt from the Gap.
- He was wearing a gray zip-up sweater jacket with a hood.
- She put her on her black zip-up sweater with a hood and took the keys out of the bag.
- These are basically regular knits and can be found in a zip-up style, a zipper collar or a hood.
- He was wearing his favorite aqua, blue and black shirt with a black zip-up hoodie, and a pair of black jeans.
- He was last seen wearing a blue and white striped polo shirt, green zip-up fleece, navy track-suit bottoms and navy trainers.
- He looked effortlessly scrumptious, like Chris Martin, wearing a zip-up cardigan over a faded white t-shirt.
- Miss Taylor was wearing camouflage trousers, white trainers, a black T-shirt and a grey zip-up hooded sweatshirt with pink writing on it when she disappeared.
- Hoodies and zip-up sweatshirts are coolest when they have a retro look, ranging from the logo to the color scheme.
- These particular ones even come in their own little zip-up bags to keep them warm and dry.
- He is wearing the rich man's shellsuit: baggy silk cargo pants, one of those urban sportswear zip-up tops and beige slip-ons.
- With their sunglasses and their black zip-up tops, you might take them for the kind of modern rock stars who prefer herbal tea to cocaine.
- At the end of a shift, my brown slacks and my zip-up shirt would be soaked with sweat.
- He returned a minute later carrying a small black zip-up pouch with him.
- She was carrying a navy and black zip-up holdall and wore a black Nike hooded top and faded blue jeans.
- Ron sat behind the keyboards and Russell came onto the stage in a tight-fitting dark zip-up suit.
- Preposterously skinny, he is wearing a light grey woollen zip-up top (some might even venture to call it a cardigan) over a white T-shirt and dark blue jeans.
- He was wearing a blue baseball cap and a blue zip-up jacket with blue jeans.
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