In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de la persona)waistejercicios para adelgazar la cintura — exercises to reduce the waistline
- de la cintura para arriba/abajo — from the waist up/down
- me tomó / cogió de la cintura — he grabbed me round the waist
- ¿cuánto tienes de cintura? — what's your waist measurement?
2(de una prenda)waistme queda grande de cintura — it's too big for me round the waist
- meter a algn en cintura — to take sb in hand
3(de una guitarra)waist
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