In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(tráfico) (before noun) road(vehículo) (before noun) wheeled(vehículo) (before noun) roadme/te/le vino rodado — it couldn't have come at a better time
2.2Colombia informal (cosmopolita)cosmopolitan
1.1Southern Cone formal (vehículo)vehicle
1.2Chile formalel rodado — transportation
1.3Southern Cone formal (para bebés)baby carriage USpram British
2Chile(de tierra, rocas) landslide(de nieve) avalanche
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