In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Cookingpan masculinewhite/wholemeal bread — pan blanco/integral
- a slice of bread and butter — una rebanada de pan con mantequilla
- to live on bread and water — vivir a pan y agua
- bread and circuses — pan y circo
- to be sb's bread and butter
- teaching is his bread and butter — se gana la vida enseñando
- tourism is this country's bread and butter — este país subsiste gracias al turismo
- to break bread with sb — compartir la mesa con algn
- to cast one's bread upon the waters — hacer (el) bien sin mirar a quién
- to earn one's bread (and butter) — ganarse el pan
- to know which side one's bread is buttered (on) — saber lo que conviene (a uno)
- he knows which side his bread's buttered on — sabe lo que le conviene
- to take the bread out of sb's mouth — quitarle el pan de la boca a algn
- to want one's bread buttered on both sides — querer el oro y el moro
- The Secretary-General is supposed to bake bread without flour, much less yeast.
- The smells were of fresh mint and coriander, of bread baking in a wood oven.
- The same scheme will be applied to yoghurts, margarine, bread yeast, ice creams and vermouths.
- One of the nicest gifts I ever received was a splendid loaf of bread the student had baked.
- As food he would take with him specially baked small loaves of bread.
- Sooner rather than later, you really must bake a loaf of bread.
- While we waited, hot freshly baked bread rolls were brought to the table along with a very large pepper mill.
- In preparation, the women have baked 500 loaves of bread to share with their visitors.
- They are as important to the quality of his bread as the flour, salt, and oil he uses.
- Baking a loaf of bread will change the way you think about food.
- Elijah looked around, and by his head was a jar of water and some baked bread.
- They passed by a bakery, and the pair caught a delicious whiff of freshly baked bread loaves laid out outside on a desk.
- I can assure you she gave them no chance to eat wheat bread from her flour barrel.
- Unfortified whole wheat bread and bread baked from cake flour will still be available.
- On the kitchen counter sat a freshly baked loaf of bread and a large chocolate cheesecake.
- I was making a stew which would hopefully last a few days and I'd also baked a loaf of bread earlier.
- The refining process also denudes the flour on which this bread is based of much of its fibre and nutrients.
- Substitute whole-grain flour for half or all of the white flour when baking bread.
- Other ways of using the fruit include drying slices and grinding them into flour for bread.
- I've baked countless loaves of bread as a baker and saved the world from hunger.
- The uncreative tell the creative what to do because they want the bread.
- I don't have the bread to buy a new bike.
- It makes sense to use your head and spread the bread.
- She's going to be tired and irritable, and bound to bring up the subject of who earns the bread.
2slang, dated(money)guita feminine slanglana feminine Latin America informalplata masculine South America informalpasta feminine Spain informal
1empanar Central America Mexicoempanizarapanar Chile
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