Translation for 'Wellington' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   a Wellington | Wellingtons
NOUN2   a wellington | wellingtons
NOUN3   Wellington [capital of New Zealand] | -
SYNO Arthur Wellesley | capital of New Zealand | Duke of Wellington | ...
Wellington {noun}
Уелингтън {м}
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Translation for 'Wellington' from English to Bulgarian

Wellington {noun}
Уелингтън {м}геог.
Usage Examples English
  • In 2011, Williams won the Gold Medal for Fine Art at the National Eisteddfod of Wales for his mixed media sculptures and artworks, including carved wellington boots filled with straw.
  • In 1966 he and Boot moved into a small railway station that had been closed by the Beeching Axe, and they have lived there ever since. Wellington takes his nickname from his trademark wellington boots – he cannot afford proper shoes.
  • The gumboot dance (or Isicathulo) is a South African dance that is performed by dancers wearing wellington boots. In South Africa these are more commonly called "gumboots".
  • Pollyfilla (aka Colin McLean) (born August 1978 Ironically, Pollyfilla has never won the wellington title.
  • Muddy puddles, and the pleasures of splashing mud in them, are a repeated theme in the children's animation Peppa Pig, to the extent of selling character-branded wellington boots.

  • They are available in lace-up leather or rubber wellington boot versions.
  • Angus Og has been described as the "archetypal cartoon teuchter". When he leaves the confines of the islands to go on holiday abroad, he still wears his wellington boots on the beach.
  • The company also moulded lined "Stonehenge" brand wellington boots at a time when such footwear was manufactured by calendering or dipping processes.
  • As UTG secretary from 2018 up until 2020, he also has expressed views that reflect upon earlier environmental issues, such as the Lake Pedder issue with the Mount wellington Cable Car, ecotourism, other articles in The UTG Journal.
  • In 2016 the club became the first UK university boat club to introduce an LGBT policy, promoting it by adopting distinctive rainbow-coloured wellington boots.

  • Around 1909 he moved to Edinburgh as a chemist to the North British Rubber Company who had huge works in the Fountainbridge district (mainly making wellington boots and rubber hot water bottles).
  • The specific name, "wellingtonae" (genitive, feminine, singular), is in honor of Betty D. Wellington of Mount Helena, Western Australia.
  • In October 1974 the Company moved from Dieppe Barracks and unofficially changed its name to 18(NZ)Transport Company, this was a tribute to a RNZASC tank transporter company that served in World War II, and the name was frowned upon by the staff in wellington, who insisted that it be referred to as The NZ Transport Company, This would take some time to happen.
  • Some of the most common forms of footwear are natural rubber wellington boots and leather country boots which protect the wearer from mud and water on the ground.
  • Although only required to work a three-day week for his £100k-a-year job, according to "The Independent" he had promised on appointment that he would work six or seven days a week and turn up in his wellington boots if there was a crisis.

  • Roland had to avoid enemies in the form of animated wellington boots which could be temporarily incapacitated with a squirt of glue, which could also be used to stop tube trains in order to ride on them.
  • In 2019, The River hosted The River Classic Golf Tournament in association with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wellington County (, Crimestoppers of Guelph Wellington ( and Get in Touch for Hutch ( .
  • Unlike wellington boots, seaboots have non-marking, slip-resistant soles in order to avoid any damage to the vessel's deck.
  • In July 1956, the Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Commission published its "Report on the Supply of Certain Rubber Footwear", which covered rubber boots of all kinds including wellingtons and overboots.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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