We give names to things around us almost all the time in a way that is totally random. The word cat, for instance, has no clue in itself that can help us guess what it refers to. But what if we took the task of naming things in such a way that you could guess almost accurately what they refer to merely by the combination of the words involved. As a funny attempt at this, we have named 27 things according to what they refer to and we think you will like them. Please scroll through them and let us know what you think.
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In Czechia, we really do refer to the articulated bus as “accordion bus.” We call it “harmonika”, because in spoken (colloquial) czech we use the designation “harmonica” as an equivalent of accordion. =D
In Germany we refer to that kind of bus nearly the same way. An accordeon is also called “Ziehharmonika” here – so that’s a Ziehharmonikabus 🙂
Still not understand, it’s all really how calling in English, or how autor want it to call?
I guess “Accordeon Bus” is calling on many languages, “Food Map” also have. Also heared “Car Shoes”, but not “Car feet”
But if a sperm is a baby bullet and a meteor is a space sperm, is a meteor a space baby bullet?
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