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(container)Cooking bol masculineCooking tazón masculineCooking cuenco masculinefeminine palanganamasculine barreñomixing bowl — bol masculine
- I poured the food in her bowl, mixed it up with a little dry kibble and set it on the floor.
- Student exhibitions will have bowls of hummus and chips whereas better galleries have brie, fruit platters and smoked salmon at their openings.
- Pottery was a very important method of producing cheap cooking pots, bowls, cups, lamps, bottles, jugs, etc…
- Pour liquid into a large bowl and mix in tomato juice, bell pepper, zucchini, onion, cayenne pepper and salt.
- Put the sugar into the bowl of the food mixer, separate the eggs and add the yolks to the sugar.
- This was mixed in a glass bowl with the liquid liver extract and then rolled into balls to be left overnight to harden.
- After finishing the beef, we ordered bowls of rice and Roti Canai, a kind of Indian crisp pancake, and mixed them in the curry sauce, which tasted delicious!
- Those of us who survive mainly on bowls of cereal don't know whom to thank for last month's 29-cent drop in the local price of a gallon of milk.
- Only one more day to go of big bowls of pasta and putting my feet up before the big day - before I become one of the 8,000 taking part in this year's London Triathlon.
- If you time it right, you can wander from bowls of cut melons in produce to Gorgonzola on toothpicks in the cheese section to baskets of bread cubes to dip in olive oil.
- Granted we have a dog, and his bowl, often containing food, is usually on the kitchen floor, but I haven't noticed any of the birds feeding from it.
- Put the egg yolk and sugar in a bowl and mix it well, then stir in the mascarpone and vanilla.
- Mix the flour, sugar and raisins together in a bowl then add the liquid, stirring well to combine.
- Place the flour and salt in the bowl of a food processor.
- She stands up from the table and then starts to bring in the various dishes and bowls of the different foods she has prepared.
- Eventually, the robbers left the bank with nothing more than their very queasy stomachs after having eaten a number of bowls of this wretched vanilla pudding.
- Put a cup of water into a bowl, mix another cup of sugar to it, add a pinch of salt and squeeze half a lemon into it.
- The room held an adequate bed with a small table and two chairs; a bowl of food and a pitcher of liquid sat on the table.
- The soups were equally good; the potato soup was thick and creamy and was served in a deep bowl with a generous helping of croutons.
- Put the sugar and butter into the bowl of a food mixer and beat for several minutes till white and fluffy.
- Not only were we giving out warm blankets to the residents, we were also providing over 1,000 bowls of hot pho ga (chicken noodle soup).
- For the chilly version of a chafing dish, serve bowls or cups of food on ice-filled trays, platters, or foil pans.
- Combine 3 cups flour and the salt in the bowl of a food processor fitted with the steel blade.
- Spoon a portion of the vegetables and clams with the cooking liquid into the bowl.
- He has rapidly figured out that now the least whisker tickle on my cheek awakens me and food appears in his bowl without argument.
- But there is a bowl of milk and a bowl of food under a certain bush.
- Breakfast was little bowls of cream scrambled egg with smoked salmon.
- I put her food bowl in my kitchen, once again on the slick tile floor.
- Whatever happened to the classic kitchen table method using a salt and pepper pot, a sugar bowl and a vinegar bottle?
- The servants came out, carrying silver bowls and dishes of food.
- Nicholl's aim is to rescue the real man - who lived in real time and ate real bowls of soup - behind the stereotyped image of the universal genius with which we are all familiar.
- He puts egg yolks, cream, milk, sugar and flavours into a metal bowl, pours in liquid nitrogen and gently stirs.
- She dished out the food into a bowl and placed the dirty dishes in the sink.
- Hedgehogs can also be tempted to stay with saucers of meat-based cat or dog food and a bowl of water - though this might reduce their desire to seek out pests.
- Each click buys a bowl of food for a rescued animal.
- Tony said: ‘Our bowls of porridge are a success with all age groups and people from all backgrounds.’
- Alan, all twinkly eyed and Rosy cheeked, playfully indulged Kathy as she poured large quantities of liquid nitrogen into a bowl of custard.
- This is what the guests found: meatballs about the diameter of £2 coins made of lamb, beef and pork mince, with bowls of quite peppery tomato sauce.
- However, until then you can content yourself with giant bowls of hot noodles.
- When I was volunteering for the AIDS Ride last year, there were these big bowls of creamy goop that covered the tables at every pit stop.
1.2(contents)bol masculinetazón masculine
1.3(of toilet)taza feminineinodoro masculine
- They unscrewed a Mason jar inside a toilet bowl to get that hollow, massive echo.
- It is alleged that he even tried to carry the toilet bowl, or did he?
- The sewerage was coming up the toilet bowl in one house.
- The suggestions included the following amongst others and left me with images of whole families perched on the toilet bowl indefinitely.
- I saw the toilet bowl, but by then it was too late.
- She then twirled the staff around, then came down into a half-crouch, stabbing down at the ground with the bowl of the staff.
- Shelledy did not know about the secret dealings, which he likened to drinking from a toilet bowl.
- From the bowl upwards, the structure gets slightly thinner and culminates in four struts that come together leaving four loops.
- I may post a little pic of myself yodelling into the toilet bowl on Christmas morning, but otherwise I'm shutting up about it for a couple of days.
- Way off to the south, the open bowl of a stadium gave off a penetrating musical threat.
- Personally, I find this practice extremely vulgar, as there always remains evidence of their habit in the U-bend of their toilet bowl.
- The cheesy photos of Georgia that ring the bowl of the arena add nothing.
- If you keep your cell phone in your back pocket, it is certain that at some point, it will fall into the toilet bowl.
- Our rubber boots went squish on the way down and sounded something like a plunger being removed from a toilet bowl on the way up.
- He took the squirrel and flushed it into the toilet bowl.
- There are studies that have been shown that if you don't put the toilet lid down, that when you flush the toilet, the drops from the toilet bowl will reach the ceiling.
- You and your ilk are being flushed down the toilet bowl of history.
- Sometimes I'd just like to dunk my face in the toilet bowl, slam the lid on it; and commit sewercide!
- It was barreling so hard that it was impossible to take off from the bowl.
- She was sitting on the closed lid of the toilet bowl, wounds far from being cleaned, clothes sweat-drenched and dirty.
- And next thing you know, you're puking in the toilet bowl, and people are laughing.
- Now I was seeing mental images of water swirling down the toilet bowl because that's where this conversation was headed.
1.4feminine cazoletamasculine cuencofeminine pila
2.1US (stadium, arena)estadio masculine
- The defence which resisted Holland in the orange bowl of the arena for two hours last week was breached three times at home by Denmark during the qualifying campaign.
- And what about Queen's Park, the Town Gardens and the concert bowl, and Lydiard Park and its beautifully restored mansion?
- This created the effect of a massive bowl with the arena at the lowest point.
- The Red Berets all landed safely, although one of them almost rearranged some seating in the northern bowl area of the stadium.
- By the end of the event the bottom of the bowl looked like a fat girl's slumber party.
- Perhaps Bertie might consider an amphitheatre for the orchestra, after he has built the bowl, of course.
- Widespread grumbling filled the Celtic Park bowl yesterday when the fourth official held up a board revealing four minutes of time to be added on.
- But the stadium is a bowl with two tiers all the way round and it's kind of on top of you.
- The Surulere in Lagos is Nigeria's national stadium, an almost totally-uncovered bowl with a capacity of 55,000.
- Cleveland has a fresh face and while Pittsburgh is in the process of ditching the Three Rivers' stadium, it is not to build a space-age out-of-town bowl or dome.
- The bowl was virtually empty at the start of the event but had filled up by the evening with around 800 people attending the concert throughout the day.
- Where the road was, the house seemed to be at the bottom of a shallow bowl of weeds and terrain.
- Her wings had long since begun to ache when she finally crossed the circle of mountains into the natural bowl beyond.
- Beckoning below is a stadium-sized bowl of fresh powder atop an impressive base.
- It did rise up into front of him, a wall of rock and dirt flying from the barren land of the mountain side and stretching from on side of the mountain face to the other on a slant that curved into a bowl at the end.
- The levees created the bowl, and now the breach in the levees is filling that bowl up with water.
- The ground nearby has been contoured so that a slight bowl is suggested.
- It was a mile-long track, kidney shaped, roughly on the alignment of the present road circuit in a natural bowl of giving spectators wonderful viewing.
1(in bowls)bola femininebocha femininesee also bowls
- Stay down until the bowl has travelled a few metres, then bring the back foot up alongside the front foot to complete the delivery.
- You will find there is less catchment area for the wind to affect the bowl on its course.
- Arun groaned, a sound that redoubled in frustration as he saw the wooden bowl resting on the ground.
- Like golf greens, bowls greens can vary in texture, grass length, and so on, and this can affect the time taken for a bowl to travel from point A to point B.
- He came back with a bruise on his cheek where the troll had hit him with a wooden bowl, and grinning like a mad man.
1(in bowling)(ball) lanzarhe bowled 227 — hizo 227 puntos
- he bowled a perfect game — jugó muy bien
2(in cricket)(ball) lanzar(batsman) eliminar
1(in bowls, bowling)lanzarto go bowling — ir a jugar a los bolos, la petanca, las bochas etc.
3(move fast)(bus/train/person/bike) ir como un bólidowe were bowling down / along the street — íbamos como bólidos por la calle
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