In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(body/face) hinchado(body/face) abotagado(face/body) abotargadoI feel bloated after all that food — me siento hinchado de tanto comer
- to be bloated with pride/self-importance — estar henchido de orgullo/vanidad
- He has kwashiorkor, which has left his limbs bloated and his belly swollen.
- She must have weighed under a hundred pounds and this man like a bloated balloon ready to pop needed to torture her?
- Also I'd just had a large helping of pudding at lunch and my stomach was bloated and distended, making seatbelt use out of the question.
- This can elevate blood pressure and create problems with fluid balance, making you appear bloated.
- In kids who are 2 years old or younger, the most common symptoms of appendicitis are vomiting and a bloated or swollen abdomen, accompanied by pain.
- I remembered her as being dependent on a ventilator, bloated with excess fluid, and too weak to even lift her hands off the bed.
- The Oscar winning actor went virtually unnoticed as he walked about with his burly minders in toe, as he looked scruffy, bloated, and unshaven.
- The disease saw him go from super-fit athletic to pain-racked and bloated from bouts of chemo and steroids.
- The similar French product, a speciality of ports in the north of Normandy, is called bouffi, also meaning swollen or bloated.
- Salt causes you to retain fluids, leaving you bloated.
- If you've been living on rich, butter-laden puddings, heaps of crisps, nibbles and holiday breakfast fry-ups, you may find that you have no energy and are feeling permanently bloated.
- The darkness edged away and there was something in the corner, some terribly old and deformed thing, with a bloated, distended belly and wide staring eyes.
- If you feel sluggish or bloated, reduce the amount you consume prior to working out.
- And water keeps your body from retaining excess fluid so you won't look bloated.
- Three years earlier, he had resolved to deregulate the state's bloated and outdated health-care system, one of only two in the country that set rates for hospitals.
- It's not uncommon for some to add up to 20 pounds (mostly fluid) right after a contest, giving them a bloated appearance.
- For some reason, probably because I feel fat and bloated and depressed and I probably had a glass or two more of wine than I should have.
- His eyes were bloated and puffed out of their sockets.
- Even you with your insanely bloated ego wouldn't stand a chance.
- He said they would ‘cut the fat out of the current bloated administration and deliver leaner, fitter government.’
- As the decades rolled on, more manufacturers got into the game, with the supermini market expanding to its current bloated level.
- Another version is that the paper was reasonably profitable, but that this was disguised by the bloated amounts charged to it internally to pump up the job printing results.
- Tired of waiting for the bloated political elite to pass laws designed to free up labour markets, corporate Europe has simply produced the shotgun and insisted on change.
- The country's eight major health boards, created 30 years ago, are widely perceived to be both bloated and bureaucratic, serving to hinder rather than help the cause of progress.
- Except for a small percentage of highly evolved ones, most of us ‘suffer’ from ego and more often it is bloated too.
- The MSP began a new line of attack in talking of a bloated bureaucracy, the need to reduce the size of government and a promise to cut back the ministerial payroll.
- This bill will only further expand the bloated bureaucracy of the Ministry of Education.
- It amounts to a bloated and inefficient government monopoly.
- My record collection, now swollen with free copies from a bloated, over-promoting record industry, was taking up more and more of my house.
- The person with a bloated ego is a show-off who thinks the world of himself.
- He had a brain in him the size of a bloated brontosaurus, but unfortunately he had a temper to match.
- It is a particularly obscene excuse when you consider the huge amounts of money spent every year on increasingly bloated budgets for ministerial and departmental media advisers.
- Please sign up now before their vast bloated profit margins begin to suffer.
- What is preoccupying the council officials at the moment is where to get a fat cheque to pay the bloated workforce those salary arrears.
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