In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(rechistar)¡a la cama, niños! ¡y sin chistar! — off to bed children and not another word
- soportó el dolor sin chistar — he bore the pain without a word of complaint
- pagó la multa sin chistar — she paid her fine without protest
- no chistó — he didn't say / utter a word
2(llamar la atención)(to get sb's attention) to go 'psst'le chisté para que viniera — I went 'psst' to call him
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