In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(poblado)village(más grande) small townde cada pueblo un paisano
- los vasos son de cada pueblo un paisano — none of the glasses match
- yo soy de pueblo — I'm a country boy
- pueblo chico infierno grande — living in a small town can be hell
2(comunidad, nación)peopleun pueblo nómada — a nomadic people
- pueblos primitivos — primitive peoples
- el pueblo judío — the Jewish people
- la voz del pueblo — the voice of the people
- el pueblo español/vasco — the Spanish/Basque people
- una rebelión del pueblo — a popular uprising
- un gobierno del pueblo y para el pueblo — a government of the people for the people
- políticos que engañan al pueblo — politicians who mislead the people / country
3(clase popular)el pueblo — the working class
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