In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Fisiologíano digeribleindigestodifícil de digerir
- One of the papers in Science reveals the genetics of a dominant gut bug that serves humans well by breaking down otherwise indigestible food.
- The pellets are the indigestible portions of the heron's food.
- Sperm whales also produce ambergris, probably from waste coalescing around indigestible substances in the intestinal tract.
- Toasted cheese was even more indigestible and apt to cause nightmares.
- Soaking beans not only cuts down on the cooking time (preserving nutrients) but it helps break down the indigestible sugars that can cause gas.
- Right now I am trapped in a cell which is beyond filthiness with indigestible food.
- With only 44p spent per student lunch, pupils were too often dining on fatty, salty, indigestible rubbish.
- Phytase is an enzyme that breaks down phytate so that some of the previously indigestible phosphorus in feed can be digested.
- I found the heavy protein practically indigestible.
- However, indigestible cellulose can be converted into sugars for use as food or as nutrients to grow yeasts, fungi, or plant cell cultures.
- Fiber, which is the indigestible part of fruits, vegetables and whole-grain foods, helps you achieve flat abs for three reasons.
- Foods that are ordinarily indigestible or even allergenic to deer may become daily menu items in situations of severe stress from weather or scarcity of other food.
- Ice cream is particularly indigestible since it contains cold fat.
- But because most beans are indigestible unless cooked at high temperatures, a raw-food diet contains few of them.
- Technically, probiotics are indigestible starches that good bacteria feast on.
- In Asia it is well known that raw and unfermented soy beans are indigestible.
- It is a myth that goats will eat anything, however indigestible.
- It's the indigestible crystalline starch apparently.
- This for me was very refreshing considering I had indigestible food for breakfast.
- Occasionally, cats eat grass in order to clear their stomach of indigestible food, like bones, fur, and feathers.
2(book/style) pesado(book/style) árido(style/book) difícil de digerir
- He kept up to date by reading the papers and gorging on TV, digesting the indigestible.
- Far too many words for comfort, quite indiscriminately absorbed, and now forming a stodgy, indigestible mass in my short-term memory.
- The truth is perfectly clear and almost perfectly indigestible.
- He serves up vast helpings of indigestible fact.
- A written constitution would replace the present mass of verbose and indigestible devolution legislation.
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