In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1argot(food)comida femeninomanduca femenino España coloquiallata femenino Colombia coloquialmorfi masculino Cono Sur argotmorfe masculino Cono Sur argot
- We maintained the animals on an ad libitum diet of commercial chow and water.
- A proper menu is forthcoming, but there's always a small selection of chow to be had.
- After the 10 days, the rats were given a sugary, chocolate-flavoured snack as well as regular rat chow.
- It was midday local time, hundreds of troops were tucking into well-earned chow.
- One approach to camping chow is to purchase pre-packaged, dehydrated meals.
- The food was a mixture of commercial tropical fish food, commercial guinea pig chow, freeze-dried tubifex worms, finely sifted silt, and puppy vitamins.
- The new soldier's chow was invented by the Combat Feeding Directorate, part of the US Army Soldier Systems Centre in Natick, Massachusetts.
- The mandrills are provisioned twice a day with locally available fruit and monkey chow.
- It was so pleasant I think I may take a page from Lisa's family dinner and invite friends for chow next time.
- Furtive peanut oil can also pop up in unexpected places, like egg rolls, bird feed and animal chow.
- Against a bright, cheery backdrop, choose from more than a dozen variations of this Chicano chow, most of which are presented four to a plate, open-faced on soft corn or flour tortillas.
- The Triple Rock Social Club has been serving up booze and chow on the West Bank since 1998.
- But because retort pouch technology makes it easier to cook the food in the field, and the MRE style chow tastes better than anything in cans, the retort pouch MRE is taking over.
- It's an urgent delivery because they're running low on chow, and for the past few weeks, they've been on reduced rations.
- Here was the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, in a combat zone on Thanksgiving day, serving chow to his soldiers.
- Surprisingly, the results of our study indicated that the animals nourished with standard rat chow had better results than the group supplemented with fibre and arginine.
- Mice fed a control diet consisting of mouse chow and no additional supplementation experienced irreversible platelet damage and premature death.
- I shoveled in that chow like a truck driver and topped it off with a cup of black coffee strong enough to go out and plow the back forty on its own.
- I fired up my backpacker's stove and cooked up my version of hobo chow with rice and kidney beans.
- We grabbed some chow then had a much deserved nap.
2chow (chow) — chow-chow femenino
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