In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1manzana femininebaked apple — manzana asada
- the Big Apple — la Gran Manzana
- as sure as (God made) little green apples — tan cierto como que dos y dos son cuatro
- he's/she's a rotten / bad apple — es mala hierba
- the apple of discord — la manzana de la discordia
- to be the apple of sb's eye — ser la niña de los ojos de algn
- an apple a day keeps the doctor away — a diario una manzana es cosa sana
- one bad apple can spoil the whole barrel — una manzana podrida echa (un) ciento a perder
- before noun apple cheeks — mejillas sonrosadas
- apple orchard — manzanar
- apple tree — manzano
- Cate picked a few apples from a fruit tree in the grove, wondering if they had any food to eat.
- Last week the kids had made apple crisp with the apples they picked on my second day.
- After a rain or when they're crushed, the leaves smell like green apples.
- It could be the beautiful autumn sunshine glistening off mountains of green and red apples which has brought about this unusual state of contemplation.
- I mean, do you think that green apples are only grown on a certain farm?
- Scoop out the cores and cut the apples across into thin half-moon slices.
- I stand outside the vegetable shop as Rose buys some apples, carrots and a cauliflower.
- It could be something specific, Victoria plum skins or green apples.
- Autumn is ideal for crisp British apples to accompany a ploughman's lunch of local farmhouse cheese.
- On the tree, quince starts out mimicking a green apple, but as it ripens it takes on the color and look of a lemon.
- Walk boldly to the post office to send your snail mail, munching on a daily apple as you admire green spaces along the way.
- In soft fruit such as tomato this process occurs early in ripening whereas in crisp fruits such as apple it is a late-ripening process.
- Arrange the apples so that rounded sides are on the bottom of the pan.
- It is inside the green cells of spinach leaves and the damp flesh of apples.
- The apple cider, made exclusively with crisp, sweet winesap apples, is spicy and just winey enough.
- What do plastic garbage bags, human flesh, and the skins of apples all have in common?
- Eighteen lumps of different cheeses littered the table amongst baskets of green and red apples and ripe pears.
- Using a sharp knife, peel, core and slice the apples into thin wedges.
- The trees grow fruit with appetizing flavor: blue apples, green oranges, and bananas.
- Tap on a freshly dug potato and it feels crisp, like an apple right off the tree.
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