country-born

country-born

adj
born in the country
Translations

country-born

[ˌkʌntrɪˈbɔːn] ADJnacido en el campo
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Tributes have been paid to a Black Country-born man whose body was found in a river.
Black Country-born dadof-two Chiles's departure follows ITV's decision to end pundit Andy Townsend and presenter Matt Smith's contracts "by mutual consent" in the summer.
The West Country-born player returned from the 2010 World Cup after breaking his foot and yesterday's Olympic squad announcement came as a bitter blow for Mantell.
Ivanisevic, 40, became a Baggies fan due to his friendship with Black Country-born tennis journalist David Law.
Black Country-born actress Julie Walters CBE is set to be the latest Midlander to be immortalised on Birmingham's Walk of Stars, it was revealed yesterday.
BLACK COUNTRY-born actress Josie Lawrence (above) will be returning to the Midlands next year to star in a new production of Tom Stoppard's spy thriller Hapgood at Birmingham Rep.
Black Country-born Matthew says: "Things are still a bit shaky, and I've got butterflies in my stomach.
The oil work was by James Harris, a West Country-born painter who moved to Gower with his family in the 1820s.
Black Country-born actress Dame Julie Walters, who has starred in Harry Potter and Billy Elliot, has also thrown her support behind the appeal and is urging people in the Black Country and beyond to play their part in helping save the hospice.
VETERAN DJ Bob Harris has told how Black Country-born Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant "really saw me through" after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Black Country-born celebrities such as Lenny Henry, Noddy Holder, Julie Walters and Robert Plant are to become teachers as part of the Black Country Challenge.
I'm a country-born person but I think pheasant shooting is cruel.