In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(quantity)media pinta femenino
- I took a lovely walk through St Stephen's Green and then had a half pint of Guinness.
- Bock is sold by the half-pint only, presumably on account of its extra strength.
- The beers, which will be released on a weekly basis, will be available in half pints only for £ 1.50.
- A unit is a small glass of wine or a half-pint of beer.
- Three years ago the plant converted its paper carton line to plastic bottles, except for half-pints for schools.
- By the end of the day, the alcohol from my half pint of beer had practically worn off.
- Strangely, while a pint of lager costs € 5, a half-pint costs € 4.
- The newest filler for paper cartons turns out about 340 half pints a minute.
- Now I can buy an extra half pint of milk.
- I relied on the half-pint of fat-free milk that is served at breakfast to quench my thirst.
- One unit equals a half pint of beer, a 175 ml glass of wine or a pub shot of spirit.
- A half pint of beer is 284 ml.
- A half pint of cider delivers the same amount of antioxidants as a glass of red wine.
- Hawkins knocked off another half-pint of whiskey and made his way back to the tiny stage.
- Upon leaving, he gave me a half-pint of the salve to bring home.
- I'm functioning on automatic pilot and am by then well on my way into the second half pint of coffee.
- Others simply sit quietly under a large shady tree staring blankly into space as half-pints of liquor are passed from mouth to mouth in brown paper bags.
- I put the fish on to steam, knocked a half-pint of parsely sauce together and took down the pack of Smash.
- I poured a half pint of petrol directly into the carburetor.
- The bar staff were rushed off their feet getting cokes and half pints for everyone who then turned round and watched Friends on the TV screen over the fruit machines.
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