In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(emitting smoke)(chimney/fire/fireplace) que echa humo(fire/fireplace/chimney) humeante
- Another unforeseen bit of business: yuppies started paying half a million for a condo on the canal, right next to the smoky old factory.
- There are people bustling on the market, horses and carts, trams and smokey factories to name but a few.
- Chimneys are created to allow smoky air to escape, so unless the flue is closed, warm air escapes, and with it, your heating budget.
- Not just some random, smoky, dirty factory - but a giant plastic bottle factory!
- To locals and a growing number of outsiders, Pittsburgh no longer conjures up images of smoky factories turning out millions of tons of steel.
2(like smoke)(tang/taste/flavor) a humo(flavor/taste/tang) como a ahumadothere was a smoky haze over the fields — había una neblina que parecía humo sobre los potreros
- smoky blue — azul grisáceo
- Wind-dried sausages, smoky bacon and salted meats are traditionally made in southwestern China in the last month of the lunar year, and served up on the New Year dinner table.
- Sour cream and smoky chipotle peppers in adobo sauce add a complex, fiery layer unique to a traditional party dip.
- Welsh / Celtic ale was probably sweetened with honey, and - with a smokey taste from the way the barley was kilned - was said to be ‘glutinous, heady and soporific’.
- She painted her lips a dark blood red and put on smoky gray eye shadow.
- It was served with a gratin of potatoes and cabbage scented with smoky lardoons of bacon and a carafe of outstanding wine from the Juraçon.
- If it's winter, there may be a fire pit burning to give the oysters, and our sweat shirts, a smoky aroma.
- I couldn't really detect the bourbon in the barbecue sauce (though it had a sweet, smoky taste), but it did make for some very pleasant dipping.
- It's very special because the foliage is a lovely smokey brown colour, which contrasts delightfully with the apricot yellow flowers.
- The glossy whiteness, cast with the yellow or red of the darkroom's safelight, begins to stir with a vague smoky shadow.
- The vegetables were well cooked and had a good, slightly smoky taste.
- It frames my face perfectly and if I wear a darker shade of lipstick and some smokey eye shadow in it, forget about it.
- Vanns Spices have also introduced a tan-hued, tea smoked salt, which (not surprisingly) adds a smoky element to food.
- The taste was smoky and sweet, and slivers of fennel, green onion and cucumber at the bottom of the bowl made for suitably refreshing in-between bites.
- Through the smoky shadows I beheld a terrible sight.
- I drove east, towards my home, but kept looking back in my rear view mirror at the brown, smoky haze filling the sky.
- ‘The Scots see the smoky taste of Scotch as an attraction but I think it masks the flavour of the whiskey,’ she said
- It's going to have a week to get the smoky fish smell out of the kitchen.
- To focus more attention on your eyes, Espinet recommends using a pencil-thin brush to apply cream eye shadow in smoky grays or warm earth tones to the top and bottom lash lines.
- The cassoulet is smoky and filling but a bit of a mess.
- Yogurt, called ‘curd,’ has a smoky taste from the wood fire it is cooked on.
- Now that I had chance to see her eyes closely I realized that they were not the dark blue I had first thought but a smoky violet colour.
- Her feet kicked up ash with every step and soon there was a smoky haze obscuring her vision.
- A young woman, one of the waitresses, brought out a spoon and a bowl filled with a smoky, greenish liquid and placed them in front of Don.
- The dining room is lit with a smoky, red glow that casts their gesturing shadows on the ceiling, and the scene suggests that Amanda interrupted Tom's creative labor.
- Her blue eyes were emphasized by smoky eye shadow and her lips were full and pouty from the gloss dabbed on them.
- She was relieved, however, to find that she hadn't thrown out her smokey grey eye shadow.
- Black eye shadow had been applied to my eyelids to create a smoky affect, and the whole set of eye make up made my emerald eyes look particularly dark.
- You need to have that smoky, misty effect: Use dry ice to create the mood.
- There is a Provençal dish, fish grilled au fenouil, in which dried fennel stalks are burned under the fish to give it a smoky aroma.
- I put on a double layer of mascara and a light shadow of smoky black eye shadow and double on the ye liner.
- Vegetables cooked on the grill develop an irresistible sweet and smoky taste.
- The dark, caramelised meat fell off the bone at first bite and had a sweet yet smoky taste.
- My eyes were shadowed with black eyeliner, and a smoky eye shadow.
- She used a deep black eyeliner and mascara to highlight my eyes and make them stand out, and then applied a smoky grey eye shadow to my eyes.
- She looked very pretty, with smoky dark brown shadow dusted over her lids and her big eyes lined with black pencil, pink gloss having been smacked on her plump lips.
- My eyes were surrounded with black eye shadow and eyeliner, giving out a smoky effect.
- The asparagus had a slightly smoky taste, the watercress was appropriately peppery, but Mel thought the queso fresco was too mild to balance its counterparts.
- This dip has a wonderful smoky taste and you may even like to dilute it with a little water to make a dressing for other salads if you like.
- Often in some of these countries, vanilla beans are dried over fires to speed up the process, giving the vanilla beans a smoky aroma.
- It's down-home and never highfalutin, slow-cooked and eaten fast, a sometimes sweet and always smoky feast that fills the gut as it feeds the soul.
3(full of smoke)(room) lleno de humo(atmosphere) cargado de humo
- The smoky, oniony smell of the fair already filled my lungs.
- Squatters occupy vacant lots in the upscale neighborhood where the Kumars live in Hyderabad, and their campfires give the warm air a smoky smell.
- As the smoky smell grew stronger, she rushed out of her son's room to investigate.
- It had the typical incense smoky smell along with a bit of earthy amber, hibiscus, and a hint of patchouli.
- I felt a rumbling beneath my feet, and smelled a smoky scent in the air.
- The bar had a smoky atmosphere, filled with boisterous Alithanians.
- The tavern was smoky and filled with quite a few strange creatures.
- After the remains of the satellite had crashed to earth, the village head noticed that the air had a smoky, gunpowdery smell and thought a plane had crashed nearby.
- She led her into the depths of the boat to a small, rather smoky room which smelled deliciously of stew.
- In other words, no ventilation system can remove the harmful elements in secondhand smoke from the air - even if the room doesn't smell smoky.
- It's also possible that the appeal of smoky rock bars filled with booze and sexual possibilities might be an unbearable temptation.
- CoCo View incinerates its garbage, and the strong smoky smell often permeated the rooms.…
- In the club, the air is smoky and smells of burning apricot incense, and there are ladies and men dressed in clothing that bedazzles and confuses me with its glory.
- The rank smoky smell recalls the lamp at Uncle Don's lodge on the lake where Jack and I went to swim on hot nights.
- The old image of snooker is of seedy, smoky, dimly-lit halls filled with sallow-complexioned men, pint in one hand, cigarette in the other as they wait their turn at the table.
- I smell rather smokey after the pub, and I was hoping I wouldn't.
- The lights didn't work half the time, the heating broke down, there was trash everywhere and a strange, smoky smell permeated everything.
- He smelled a little smoky, but the firefighters hadn't let anyone get near enough to become covered with soot.
- There's probably more, I'm sure, but I'm tired, and I have to shower and clean off the smell from smoky bars so that I can rest.
- I seat myself on an old mahogany chair and begin to feel soothed by the sweet, smoky smell of joss stick incense.
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