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Do we say in English native crockeries.
I mean those dishes made in the country I live.
Last edited by bhaisahab; 15-Sep-2012 at 18:59.
I have a feeling that the OP may have used - and over-interpreted - a thesaurus; s/he may have been talking about native cookery ('dishes').
PS Hmm... maybe not.
I definitely think there is a misunderstanding here with the two meanings of "dishes".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I mean plates. e.g plates designed by Iranian (as I'm doing research on Iranian culture)not the chinese one.
I need to a good adjective to express this feeling.
Sorry for confusing you.
I can only think of locally-made.
I would use Iranian.
How about "indigenous"?