In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(juice) sin diluirthe undiluted truth — la verdad lisa y llana
- it's undiluted pleasure/hatred — es puro placer/odio
- undiluted nonsense — puras tonterías
- A cheaper solution is Goop, the greasemonkey's hand cleaner, or cheaper still, undiluted dishwashing liquid.
- Once you've established the notes of your fragrance, you can add the necessary undiluted essential oils to a base of alcohol and distilled water.
- Choirs of men and boys competed in singing hymns and we know that large amounts of undiluted wine and expensive food were consumed.
- Do not ingest these oils pure, as the undiluted oil can be fatal even in small doses.
- Only once significant essential oil knowledge is gained should you ever attempt to apply an undiluted oil on the skin.
- Some prefer it straight, although the alcohol burn of anything but the softest undiluted whisky generally renders your tastebuds fairly useless.
- I felt like I'd just drunk a bottle of undiluted sunflower oil by the end of it.
- Complete ignorance of viticulture was the mark of savages; so too was the drinking of undiluted wine, which was associated with northern barbarians such as the Scythians (in modern Crimea).
- Never put undiluted antifreeze in your radiator, says Dave Cappert, director of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
- Additionally, some companies may falsely claim that their oils are undiluted or pure when they aren't.
- But its antiseptic properties also make it very useful in the home - apply after shaving or waxing to prevent ingrowing hairs, and use undiluted on minor cuts, burns, athlete's foot, bites, stings and cold sores.
- It got so bad that Japan's Fair Trade Commission reported last summer only about one-third of the country's hot springs inns use pure, undiluted water from its natural source.
- According to this the physician advised the ruler to avoid over-eating and undiluted wine, to drink plenty of water every day, to avoid sex while drunk and to have baths after meals.
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