In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1utensilio masculinokitchen utensils — utensilios de cocina
- farming utensils — útiles de labranza
- The inside kitchen had a propane-fuelled stove and most of the utensils had been kicking around for generations.
- In keeping with the medieval theme, there are no utensils, or at least no forks.
- Clay utensils, items made of bamboo and coconut shell and handicraft items are also available here.
- The kitchenette was cramped and equipped with basic culinary utensils.
- However, a museum contains examples of the traditional tools and utensils used on the island.
- Frowning, the teacher slowly picked up the writing utensil, rewriting the equation for me and showing me the step I'd managed to forget to do.
- I cleaned the drawers again, put the utensils in one and the pot holders in another.
- She had already been into town that day to buy new cutlery and kitchen utensils.
- He would make everyday utensils, such as spoons and bowls, and even made a 24-blade knife.
- He also pointed out that students were forced to wash utensils used for preparing food in various schools.
- Children must bring along all other utensils needed to do the competition.
- It also sells a wide range of household utensils as well as a selection of unusual jewellery.
- My mom had left her apartment with only rugs and a kitchen full of canned food and broken utensils.
- Natasha left me with a pad of paper and some writing utensils, some colored wax, and I've taken to drawing.
- The group took a city tour to a number of places specializing in selling cooking utensils and bakery supplies.
- When the busboy brought our water and utensils, I noticed he also had a spoon in his shirt pocket.
- Finally putting down his writing utensil, he leaned forward slightly, resting on his elbows.
- At all times, make sure that knives and other dangerous utensils are out of their reach.
- Kitchen utensils are usually of earthenware and are made by the village potters.
- Take the time to put your tools and gardening utensils away for their long winter's nap too.
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