In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(soreness, sensitivity)there's still some tenderness — todavía me (or le etc.) duele/molesta un poco
2(of meat)lo tierno
- Increasing tenderness of beef would likely increase consumer demand for beef.
- The steak was grilled to perfection, yet retaining its juicy tenderness.
- Extensive consumer evaluation has demonstrated that tenderness is the most important characteristic in determining the level of satisfaction reported for cooked beef products.
- When the pasta is cooked to the tenderness you prefer, drain it in a sieve and tip into the pan of tomatoes.
- To ensure its tenderness, the loin was first seared then cooked at a very low temperature for a couple of hours.
- The natural flavour and tenderness of the salmon is not smothered and the combination is far more manageable.
- Breeding cows for beef is often slow because the qualities of a top-grade cut, marbling and tenderness, are unknown until after a cow is slaughtered.
- These genes can be manipulated and used to predict meat quality, tenderness, fat contact, milk yield and disease resistance.
- The stars of her kitchen are her sauces, created by first seasoning and browning the meat, then letting it cook down slowly to exquisite tenderness in a rich brown sauce.
- At this stage, the tenderness of meat can also be influenced by breaking it down physically.
- In this dish, the veal is served in a broth-rich pot with the beef cooked to an ideal tenderness.
- I can't vouch for their tenderness, as compared to other raw peas I've had in the past.
- What is most important is the tenderness of the meat.
- Beef processors have numerous techniques they can use to influence beef product tenderness including aging and various methods of mechanical tenderizing.
- An anionic diet fed to steers did not alter plasma or muscle calcium concentrations or striploin steak tenderness.
3(affection)ternura femeninocariño masculino
- Thus the figures in the Glasgow painting seem to be subtly caught between grief, tenderness, and adoration.
- His dark blue eyes gazed solemnly into hers, windows of tenderness.
- I laughed with delight and laid my hand along his cheek, smiling at him as a sudden wave of tenderness swept me.
- So looking back in tenderness along the road we trod, we will cherish the time we had with our dear sister, Ruby, and leave the rest to God.
- The way he evoked in stone such tenderness in the faces of Mary and Jesus is incredible.
- And you know, in there with the queasy grin fuel and crosseyed party favours are some special, secret moments of touching tenderness.
- Positively, God exercises his sanctifying power in us in order to lovingly and with much tenderness draw us close to his heart.
- When the song ended, they remained in a hug for that extra moment of tenderness.
- The recurrence of the word "tranquility" suggests sensibility's modulated tone: it demanded tears, not sobs; tenderness, rather than emotional storms.
- There are one or two ladies he refers to with special tenderness, but he remains unmarried.
- In exquisite tenderness the passionate embrace, climbing higher towards ecstasy.
- She held his sun-bronzed face between her hands, and gazed into his dark eyes with infinite tenderness.
- She looked at him, and felt a wave of tenderness.
- He stole the tenderness in her lips with fierce lust, not even closing the door before he began clawing at his belt.
- There is silence in the awe of their powerful tenderness.
- With a single drawn-out look of longing, Cserhalmi conveys an unworldly tenderness with his deeply penetrating eyes.
- As much tenderness as he felt for her, he did not verbalize his feelings and thoughts.
- Something in his voice caused me to raise my eyes to his, finding there a tenderness I had not expected.
- This looked at the ups and downs of togetherness, from the tenderness of a long term Relationship, to the loss of a loved one.
- He built the tenderness up slowly and carefully, until its consummation delivered a powerful emotional payoff.
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