In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Cocina(meat/chicken) para asarroasting pan / (British) dish / tin — fuente de horno femenino
- roasting spit — spiedo
- Stratford was famous for its malting - the roasting and grinding of grain, usually barley, for use in brewing.
- A number of cocoa-processing factors, including bean origin and roasting, combine to influence cocoa powder attributes.
- He had unusually thick glasses, which aided in the lighting of the signal fire and in the roasting of the pigs.
2coloquial(scolding)sermón masculinobronca femenino coloquialto give sb a real roasting — darle un buen sermón a algn
- If after this you expect a royal roasting, I am sorry to disappoint you: the revival show is still rattling good fun.
- It's infuriating to think about how low the standards of satire have become, and how seldom TV gets anything like the roasting it did on SCTV.
- Could this have anything to do with the roasting he gave the New Yorker's film critic recently?
- After that film received a sound critical roasting, he took a break of several years from live action film making, returning to the anime world that was his original home.
- The decision had nothing to do with his excellent roasting of the film critic, but rather a belief by the paper's editors that it was time for him to ply his talents elsewhere.
- The film's basic story is appealing, and despite the critical roasting, Chaplin tells his story well.
1it's absolutely roasting — hace un calor que te asas coloquial
- The sky is gray but it's roasting.
- The storms were followed by roasting heat and with temperatures reaching record levels in some parts of the country.
- The group are required to trek across a roasting hot south Californian desert to reach an American flag some 53 miles away within three days and without getting caught by the Feds.
- It's been roasting here for the past two days with temperatures in excess of 90 degrees.
- In urban areas, a combination of roasting summers and increased pollution will also begin to take their toll on health, particularly in poor communities where air-conditioning is out of the question.
- Sometimes, there would be no breeze at all, and it would be roasting hot, and you'd lie awake, drenched in sweat.
- The turkey vulture is not the only opportunist circling in the roasting sun of the Chihuahuan desert.
- We hurried out into the roasting midday sun, squinting through the haze at the stand-off on the next hilltop.
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