In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1echoaquí hay eco — there's an echo here
- la cueva tiene eco — there's an echo in the cave
- los gritos hacían eco en el valle — the shouts echoed around the valley
- tardará en extinguirse el eco de lo ocurrido — the repercussions of these events will take some time to die down
- el disco tuvo escaso eco comercial — the record made little commercial impact
- el discurso ha tenido mucho eco en el extranjero — the speech has aroused a great deal of interest overseas
- su estilo tiene ecos surrealistas — there are certain surrealistic elements to his style
- hacerse eco de algo — to echo sth
- se han hecho eco del llamamiento del obispo — they have echoed the bishop's appeal
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