In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(coffee)moca masculinocafé moca masculino
- A whoosh of freshly ground mocha coffee hits the nose and then, once the wine hits your mouth, it's joined by black fruits, liquorice, spice and a spray of refreshing acidity.
- Many grocery stores carry all kinds of ‘specialty coffees’ such as mint, mocha, or almond.
- The local coffee mocha (named after the town al-Mukha), became an important item in world trade.
2(coffee and chocolate)mezcla de café y chocolate
- Two largo mochas with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles to go, please.
- Natalia set out for the nearest coffee stand and ordered herself a cup of hot mocha.
- She was contemplating whether or not she wanted to stop at the local coffee shop to get an iced mocha latte when she heard someone call out her name.
- Not mention, I was horribly addicted to iced mochas and hot chocolates.
- I would love nothing more than to spend my days whipping up mochas and lattes with no responsibility other than making change.
- Once people are used to going back to school and get back into more daily rituals, they will go back to lattes and mochas.
- Steph was sitting on the edge of her bed staring out the window with her usual cup of mocha coffee.
- Over the past few months I had learned that she wasn't a morning person until she had at least three cups of peppermint mocha coffee and a bowl of fruit.
- A mocha coffee typically contains 350 calories and a large muffin has 500 calories, so be prepared to take at least a two-hour hike to walk off your breakfast.
- They can't do the lattes or mochas, what they have is a jar of instant coffee.
- I stood up even though I still half a cup of mocha left.
- He looked as if he wanted to say more, so I silenced myself, but he took his time by first blowing at the surface of his mocha coffee and taking a tentative sip.
- He ordered his usual mocha latte and grabbed his usual table.
- He doesn't want to be asked if he wants mocha chocalatta, he just wants a coffee and he wants it now.
- I drink café mochas at least four or five times a day.
- I could live off iced mochas any time of the year.
- She walked out of the small shop with an iced mocha latte, just the smell of coffee awakening her completely.
- Wi-Fi laptops work quietly on tables while their owners sip their double mocha peppermint latte coffees and finish their sales reports.
- Her double mocha latte at the best coffee shop in New York, gone!
- But despite the growing popularity of mochas and lattes, coffee farmers are increasingly going hungry as their plants die in the field.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.