In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(sweetened)bollo masculino→ oven
- There were sack races, a tea in the marquee with cakes, buns and sandwiches for 200, and a lad who won the prize for his branch-covered fancy dress of Boots.
- Imagine children having tea, inevitably squabbling over the buns, teacakes, muffins and - this being a British expression - crumpets.
- Will local bakeries that produce buns and chocolate eclairs be affected?
- These were public teapot teas, where we pretended that we were just like everyone else, with cakes or buns.
- So indeed the Berliner, a bun or a jam doughnut, also had to be changed in name.
- Good Friday is celebrated with a traditional breakfast of codfish cakes and hot-cross buns.
- Save some room for dessert: homemade warm, frosted cinnamon buns and chocolate-chip cookies.
- Children at Clevedon House raised more than £400 by taking in cakes and buns to sell.
- There will be a wide selection of produce on sale from fresh home baking - from breads, tarts, quiches, cakes, pies, buns - all to make the mouth water.
- When I was a student, it was a warm refuge to sip on bottomless cups of coffee and indulge in steamed fruit pudding and toasted cinnamon buns.
- These offered the most delicious apple strudel, chocolate brownies and buns!
- At its simplest, coffee is accompanied by a sweet bread called pulla; more elaborate coffees may include a salty dish as well as a pulla ring or buns, cookies, and cakes.
- Where there might once have been fresh buns, or cakes, or pastries, now there's just a tray of mass-produced muffins wrapped in plastic with an sell-by date several months into the future.
- Sally Lunn's buns are perhaps not as well known as Bakewell tart, Richmond maids of honour and Eccles cakes but that is because they never appear outside their home town.
- His wife performed the same function but with more buns and cakes.
- But other brands of crumb cakes, doughnuts, and cinnamon buns probably have as much trans.
- Tea, hot-cross buns and Easter eggs, completed the afternoon.
- Check the label on the biscuits and you'll see that some scones or buns or wholemeal biscuits are the better alternative.
- Her favourites are cream buns and rock buns, and when I take her some her face lights up.
- Even for those who did not grow up with it, there is something therapeutic about the activity involved - the alluring aromas wafting from the oven, and the comforting taste of freshly baked cakes or buns.
1.2(bread roll)panecillo masculinopancito masculino Cono Surbolillo masculino México
- There is, of course, the option of sausage or schnitzel on a bun, and sauerkraut is available, but will cost you extra.
- The children helped bakers from Bettys, who produced the bread buns, and were served sausages cooked by Ladies in Pigs, a group of farmers' wives who promote the merits of British pork.
- White bread, in the form of sliced and in the form of hamburger and hot dog buns make up over 50% of what's out there.
- Serve while still hot or slap into a bun with a burger and some salad.
- Chief Reilly lifted the bun of his pastrami and mayo on a kaiser roll, sniffing at it suspiciously.
- The crust and the sandwich buns were all freshly made, light warm and doughy.
- Ring the changes with pitta bread or sesame buns, instead of the usual sliced bread.
- Then, I imagine, it is pumped into sausage skins and served in a bun smothered in ketchup and mustard.
- Serve warm, sandwiched in a bread bun with a stack of fresh salad.
- It offers 740 calories and 4.9 grams of salt comprising two slices of cheese, two eggs, three strips of bacon and a sausage patty on a bun.
- There were 3 cute-looking little burgers in mini bread buns.
- They all indulged in the delicious Bar-b-cue food of sausages, burgers on buns and hot dog rolls.
- It's served on a ciabatta bun and everything about it was perfect.
- There were sweet potatoes with cheese and sour cream, corn on the cob, hot dogs in buns along with ketchup and mustard, then a bowl full of coleslaw, and squares of red Jell-o set out on a plate.
- Try a biscuit crust, tortillas, flatbread such as pita, bun halves or a baguette cut in half lengthwise as bases for pizza toppings.
- Have it on one of those excellent rye bread buns you do so well.
- Even when it isn't, most people want more on their hamburger than a bun and a little ketchup.
- Serve on whole-wheat buns or Kaiser rolls, or spread on top of rice.
- Also, anyone who asks for a hamburger without a bun should be left alone to eat in their Atkins friendly fraudulence.
- It also has dual gas controls with a full range of temperatures, so you can sear burgers on one side of the grill and gently toast buns on the other, just by adjusting the flame.
2(hairstyle)moño masculinorodete masculino Río de la Platachongo masculino Méxicoshe wears her hair in a bun — lleva el pelo recogido en un moño (or rodete etc.)
- Her hair was pulled back into a tight bun, with a few soft bangs curled around, just framing her brow.
- She was an aging woman, with her grey hair tied back in a tight bun.
- If local women venture onto the dusty streets at all, they sport ankle-length dresses, buttoned-up blouses and 1930s hairstyles with buns and pompadours.
- Her hair was pulled into a tight bun exposing her beautiful neck.
- Maids always wore their hair in tight buns, but the hair of this maid was falling down around her neck.
- She was young, only about twenty-two, but the way she wore her blond hair pulled back in a tight bun added years onto her age.
- She looked very muscular and in her mid-forties with rich, dark brown curly hair put back in a tight bun.
- My grandmother Nellie wore long skirts and aprons, and her hair in a tight bun at the back of her neck.
- They work great on my very thick, pretty curly hair for ponytails and sloppy buns.
- I quickly pulled my hair into a tight bun, not wanting to bother with a swim cap.
- Her hair was no longer in a tight bun, but in a loose ponytail.
- After dressing, Abby dampened her hair, pulling it up in a tight bun and tying a black and white ribbon around it.
- Lydia Scott smoothed a flyaway strand of hair back into her tight bun.
- To keep her hair from falling where it wasn't needed, she had pulled it up to a tight bun and sprayed as much hair spray as the ozone layer allowed.
- Quick add-ons like wigs, buns, falls and ponytails give you salon hair in-between appointments and they're recyclable.
- Some people have a natural ability to create buns, updos or French Twists on their own hair without any assistance.
- Long hair was always swept back into a ponytail or bun, and short hair is just combed into place.
- Her hair was pulled up into a bun that let tight ringlets dangle down, her dress was white and iridescent.
- Smiling, she tidied up her hair into a tight bun, with a thin, wooden chopstick going through it.
- There are contrasts in hair trends right now, from small, tight buns to big fluffy glamazon hair.
EEUU coloquialtrasero masculino coloquialpandero masculino coloquialculo masculino vulgar slang coloquialtraste masculino Cono Sur coloquialpoto masculino Perú Chile coloquialhustle your buns! — ¡muévete! coloquial
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- The only reason, he adds, that I don't have women walking by me and with a sexy glance saying, "Nice Buns", and smiling knowingly, is because I do not use the Bowflexor.
- It takes a very secure individual to call their buttocks, buns.
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