In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1la Patagonia — Patagonia
- aquí y en la Patagonia
- ese es un robo aquí y en la Patagonia — that's stealing, not just here but anywhere in the world / that's stealing, whichever way you look at it
- ni aquí ni en la Patagonia
- eso no lo compra nadie ni aquí ni en la Patagonia — nobody will buy that, and I don't just mean here, they won't buy it anywhere
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