In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
2argot(food)comida femeninomanduca femenino España argotmorfe masculino Cono Sur argotgrub's up! — ¡a comer!
- There are plenty of restaurants and good pubs with good grub in the town and in nearby villages.
- I must say it is rather a bind to be dragged in and out of these promotional bashes, where a family home has been hijacked so that freeloading guests can scoff beer and grub in the back garden.
- The kitchens follow the tradition of the infamous chef Vatel by serving lavish grub, as in the days of King Louis XIV.
- Food shops line the outer edges (selling, for a Brit, remarkably reassuring grub like sausage rolls, meat pies and fish and chips).
- If all you want is a plate of grub, there are lots of places you can get food where that's all you pay for.
- He compliments her food but surely anything would taste good after prison grub.
- "There's some decent grub at the mess hall, " Catherine said.
- They were expensive for pub grub at £7.50 each, but sounded succulent.
- As for grub, you have your choice of a traditional snack bar, ice cream treats, hot dogs, pizza or a trip to the coffee bar.
- This year's event will include delights ranging from a First Class Food Day to an Organic and Vegetarian Day, with world food, British food and wedding grub all on the agenda, too.
- Beans and franks are fine for some but these staples of campfire grub don't have to make an appearance on your holiday menu.
- More traditional grub, such as a cheese and onion pasty or Scotch egg, follows in the evening.
- Apparently the place is loved in some circles for its heaping helpings of Greek grub.
- A small kitchen serving good quality basic pub grub completes the menu.
- Lemurs, meanwhile, are usually lefties when it comes to grabbing their grub.
- Although it is not a food show, local grub plays a prominent part.
- The CDs were handed out with fast food grub as part of a joint initiative between the two companies.
- This here pub opens at noon on parade day to serve up Irish stew and other good grub, with live, lively Irish music.
- Located near to the town centre, the monastically themed bar offers traditional pub grub from 12.30 pm to 2.45 pm.
- I grabbed some grub and found a seat, settling in for a three-hour seminar on fundraising.
verbo intransitivogrubbed, grubbing
1escarbarto grub for sth — escarbar en busca de algo
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