In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he's/she's dishy — es un churro América del Sur coloquial
- Today, however, there is a disquieting trend: presenters are apparently chosen because they are telegenic dishy dons, trendy in leather and denim, and they pronounce on subjects far from their own expertise.
- But since I noticed that by the second commercial break the only person whose name I knew was Jamie, the dishy doctor our nurses swoon over, I'll leave you to work it out for yourselves.
- And the best thing was that there was a really dishy Greek waiter.
- Nicholas Bailey plays dishy hunk Dandini.
- At the head of my bed next to the window was a drawing of a rather dishy young man with orange lips (an earlier Howard who died young).
- The waiter was really dishy, and we went for coffee every day.
- Later in The Yard, bolstered by the success of his new found flirting ability, Richard chatted someone up - a rather dishy Yank, called Seth.
- The mugging was merely the pretext for heavy-duty flirting between a dishy detective and Keelin, the lovelorn physiotherapist.
- If that wasn't enough, he plays a dishy, sensitive stand-in father in the film, which is guaranteed to have the nation swooning and asking for more.
- Amidst lean bishops, solemn aristocrats and pale ladies who died in childbirth, Duke Robert lies vibrant and dishy through history.
- On the fifth and possibly spookiest episode so far we get to learn more about dishy doctor Jack.
- I did get a treat today though with quite a few dishy men in lush suits wandering around.
- Our suddenly dishy protagonist discovers that a ravenous appetite for human flesh is a small price to pay for popularity.
- You'd think a dishy young man like that would be down in London with some film-star girl friend wouldn't you?
- Stocking four flavours of dishy, piquant womanhood, it treated the audience to one tasty conundrum after another.
- She was about 85 and kept saying how dishy he was.
- Revolving around the romantic misadventures of four dishy Manhattan lasses, the show poses the great questions of our time: ‘Are there certain things one should never say in an intimate relationship?’
- I haven't joined yet, partly because Danny Wallace is a bit dishy, and passport photos of me are dreadful, and partly because I wasn't quite sure I was up to the regular acts of selflessness.
- After all, you never know when a dishy Mellors-type gamekeeper might crop up.
- He was 61, but still undeniably dishy in his own way.
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