In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(put in in addition)(milk/eggs/sugar) añadir(sugar/eggs/milk) agregarthis will add a touch of class — esto le dará un toque extra de distinción
- we added our voices to the chorus of protest — sumamos nuestras voces al coro de protestas
- when you add in travel costs … — si le sumas / agregas los gastos de viaje …
- the west wing was added (on) later — el ala oeste fue añadida después
- we were soaked, added to which, it was starting to snow — estábamos empapados y por si esto fuera poco, empezaba a nevar
- In 1904, he created Ovomaltine by adding ingredients like sugar, whey, and beet extract to his father's creation.
- Extenders are substances added to an adhesive to reduce the amount of resin required.
- As people grow older their appreciation of food and drink may fade, and many couples find that the older partner adds salt and sugar to almost every meal ‘to give it some flavour’.
- Petroleum microcrystallines are added to harden it, increase burn time and capacity.
- When an ethyl group is added to a compound the process is called ethylation.
- By adding large amounts of oxygen to the manure, naturally occurring bacteria will begin to break down the waste and reduce its odor in one to six months.
- Small amounts of copper are added to increase hardness for some applications.
- Greater contrast may be obtained by adding small amounts of a 5% solution of potassium bichromate.
- If more oxygen gas is added to the system, the concentration of oxygen will increase.
- If the soil tests indicate a need for magnesium to boost the soil ratio, add the amount indicated on the soil test report.
- A small amount of sugar is added to the bottle before sealing it airtight.
- The Lootens formula keeps sulfite content low, uses very little bromide, and adds small amounts of citric acid and potassium thiocyanate.
- The powder is usually mixed with water or juice but can be added to food if desired.
- Mildew can be eliminated by simply adding a small amount of household bleach to the cleaning solution.
- Home-baking was banned years ago after warders found cannabis was being added to the cake ingredients.
- Unlike bronze, additional material cannot be added to acrylic after it is cast.
- Try to get organic beans, as other ones tend to have sugar and salt added to them.
- Studies have shown that adding large amounts of copper sulfate to a water feature through time eventually will kill it, making it sterile and unable to support life.
- Peat moss was added during planting to increase the ability of the soil to hold water.
- During the experiments, additional salts were added as indicated.
1.2(say, write further)añadiragregarat least I think so, she added — —al menos eso creo —añadió / agregó
- there's nothing to add — no hay más que decir
- He added that the formal announcement would be made once the company's shareholders had been notified.
- He added that if the response of members was positive, the employers should quickly make the delayed payment.
- Such preparation, they add, will be handier than ever in this spring's tight job market.
- He added that the petitions and other responses will be taken into account during the decision - making process.
- He added that the response of their neighbours to the event has been everything they could hope for.
- She stressed that the other EU states took the same stance, and added that she was waiting for a reply from the United States.
- She added that the actor did not want to make any comment.
- He added that the responsibility for the next year's budget now rests with the MPs and they are the ones to decide.
- He added that the route maps will be drawn up after responses have been received from members of the public.
- But many of his designs probably wouldn't get past the planning stage today, she added.
- He added that more new destinations for next summer would be announced soon, but he did not want to tell his rivals which they were.
- She added that the booklet would go a long way in answering these questions for parents.
- He added that the owner of the dog had taken responsibility and would pay compensation.
- ‘We also want to see a fairer planning system since at present the majority of planning applications from gypsies and travellers are rejected at the first stage,’ she adds.
- She added a licence fee increase was an interim measure and would be reviewed in 18 months time.
- He added that the response to the signature campaign has been overwhelming so far.
- He added that the committee would meet shortly and announce a date.
- A spokeswoman for Rotherham Council last night said it had nothing further to add at this stage.
- He said he could not support a policy that priced people off planes but added that the aviation industry has to meet its green responsibilities.
- ‘We are just worrying about Sunday at this stage,’ he adds.
2Mathematicssumaradd (on) 20 — súmale veinte
- add the four numbers (together) — suma los cuatro números
- to add sth to sth — sumarle algo a algo
3(bonus/incentive) adicional(incentive/bonus) extraher refusal caused us added problems — su negativa nos causó más / nuevos problemas
- with added vitamins — con vitaminas
- now with added taste — ahora con más sabor
- no added sugar/salt — sin azúcar/sal
- Police now are making this suspect a priority, since the occurrences are increasing and the costs are adding up.
- We kept the rifle shooting and the amount of rounds through it started to add up.
- The amount of caffeine in these tea extracts can add up quickly, and is often not listed on the label.
- That's a lot of money spent on gas and whatever amount can be saved definitely adds up over time.
- They all add up, and insurers have a sneaky way of increasing renewal premiums each year, banking on your apathy not to move provider.
- It takes so long and with so many short stories the cost can add up.
- Then there's the work on the sewerage and the water it all adds up.
- A running toilet can be a simple thing to fix, and water savings add up quickly.
- As I was watching the money add up I realised I was having to invoke some serious self control.
- But don't forget interest adds up quickly on unpaid and underpaid amounts.
- Although the expense is only B700 per dog, this amount, multiplied by 1,000, adds up.
- Although the money from the Government is not a substantial amount, if everyone chips in the total can add up very nicely.
- Simple actions like turning off the light when we leave a room or boiling only the correct amount of water for a cup of tea all add up.
- Companies don't raise their dividends by a huge amount each year, but it adds up over time.
- Migoto watched as the fish added up quickly, and then quickly turned, walking down the bank the opposite way of the men.
- Because while all the wicked things he did added up, it still won't equal what I will do.
- They'll be aided by a few famous faces, adding their own unique contribution to the portrait.
- This adds a huge amount of value to your site from a visitor's point of view - they don't need to leave your site to get the latest news on a given topic.
- But it's never intrusive, and it adds a nice trippy quality to the film.
- Charles III added to the grounds and doubled the size of the palace by adding an east wing that mirrored the original building.
- After Horsley fell, Styris joined Evans and they added the remaining 65 runs to ensure the win.
- Interest is added to the amount invested at maturity and the full investment amount is available for withdrawal.
- In the United Kingdom, most of the respected broadsheet newspapers have cut costs and increased circulation by adding a tabloid edition.
- Some relics have certain historical significance that adds much to their value - such as a long-buried Colt from the Little Big Horn.
- And each has been a solid contributor, adding much-needed depth.
- The pilot project is expected to increase patient access by adding the services of nurses and nurse practitioners to physicians' offices.
- Ben yet again found a brilliant balance between instrument and voice, adding a truly professional contribution to the show.
- The chorus was tripled in size and extra musicians were added to the orchestra.
- The whole process is invisible to most of us, but it adds a significant amount of value to the final product.
- For more than a hundred years, we have added dimension and depth to the lives of campers and staff.
- Ryanair is expanding its fleet, adding base airports and increasing its routes in Europe to take advantage of demand for budget travel.
- The texture and slight unevenness of the paint adds a remarkable three-dimensional quality to these wallpapers.
- All the business outlets in the town have contributed to the lighting fund and the venture adds a huge festive atmosphere to the town.
- In some situations, the broker's fee is added to the actual amount of money that the person wants to borrow.
- The young owners have extended and restored the cottage, adding a conservatory to increase light in the kitchen and a large Velux window in the bathroom - perfect for stargazing
- The decision to pay match fees to professionals has prompted him to give it another go, adding some much needed quality and experience to the side.
- The resulting calculations are then added to your job points.
- We simply wanted to increase our possibilities by adding an acquisitions component to our organic growth strategy.
- It is bad medicine from the community's point of view, because it adds increasing costs.
- They claimed the provisions add unnecessary costs and increase the bureaucratic burden on all farmers.
- This time, it will be co-ed, adding an interesting dynamic to the experience.
- He has spent the winter in a strength program in an effort to add muscle and increase his endurance.
- He added quality to the side, not to mention physical endeavour.
- Once interest is added to the account, they can lose out big time.
- We are committed to increase our membership and add new revenue sources to support the work of the organization.
- New items are added to the basket to represent increasing areas of spending while other items are deleted as spending on them falls.
- He will entertain spectators and add a bit more quality to our batting.
- In return, the manufacturers said the original designs add a unique quality to their products.
- The artist often begins with a painting and ends with a poem that enhances or adds a further dimension - such as sound or fragrance - to the painting.
- Composer Keiichi Suzuki's film score adds an entire other dimension to the action.
- A second unit and a folder were added to the press to increase its capacity.
- We use, for instance, traditional Vietnamese instruments that we have sampled, and I think it really adds an nice and interesting dimension to the sound.
- The idea started small but grew fast, and soon employees were added and budgets increased.
- His rendition of Some Enchanted Evening and This Nearly Was Mine added quality to the show.
- City are desperate to add quality to a team which is not scoring enough.
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