In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(chest)pecho masculineshe clasped the child to her breast — apretó al niño contra su pecho
- to make a clean breast of sth — confesar algo
- he made a clean breast of it — lo confesó todo
- When he woke up, he found Maria sound asleep on his breast.
- Thinking to comfort her love, Seraph sat and cradled Heart to her breast, combing her hair to calm her.
- The growth can invade local tissues of the breast and chest wall as well as spread through the blood and lymphatic systems.
- The parts of the body I mentioned most often were hand and breast, usually one on the other.
- She sat on the back seat, pressing the envelope to her breast.
2(of woman)pecho masculineseno masculinebefore noun breast cancer — cáncer de mama / de pecho masculine
- She shook her upper body, her breasts swinging.
- The physical reality is that women's breasts sag with childbirth and age, something that is unpreventable.
- Korean women usually do not pump their breast or store milk.
- The breasts enlarge as the milk ducts and milk-producing cells develop.
- Once your baby stops nursing, your breast milk will slowly dry up.
- After the menopause, breasts may feel softer and less lumpy.
- You may notice pink, red or purple streaks along your abdomen, breasts, upper arms, buttocks or thighs.
- And there's also some big news on the breast cancer fight front tonight.
- All had terminal cancer of the breast, lung, gastrointestinal system or prostate gland.
- Many organs in the body make ducts, including the breasts, liver, pancreas, salivary glands and eyes.
- Some would argue that the only real function of the breast is to provide milk for the newborn.
- Almost all medicines for depression can pass into your breast milk.
- Female breasts physiologically are mammary glands, designed to convey nourishment to newborn babies.
- Talk to your doctor about which medications might effect your breast milk.
- Site-specific increases were noted for cancers of the breast, stomach, lung/larynx, and ovary.
- Lung cancer is the third most common cancer in women, after cancer of the breast and colorectal cancer.
- The most researched cancers are those of the bowel, breast, endometrium, prostate, testes, and lung.
- The blanket was only just barely covering her breasts, and he cast his eyes aside immediately.
- On examination a discrete lump was felt in the upper half of the breast.
- It may also affect other areas of the body, particularly the elbows and the areas around the breasts.
(of chicken, turkey)pechuga femininebreast of lamb — pecho de cordero masculine
- On my first visit, I enjoyed a roasted breast of chicken served with mashed potatoes shot through with truffle oil and fresh morels.
- He reached up and stroked her breast feathers with one finger and smiled, a pained look on his face forming.
- The young birds' breasts showed orange now as they looked hungrily to her, their eyes black and empty.
- A newborn rosie somewhat resembles a gray-speckled trout, with only a hint of the trademark pink breast.
- The goal in cooking a turkey is to get your bird cooked and beautifully browned without drying out the breast.
- Carve the legs into slices and cut the breast into fillets.
- I also recommend that once the chick is weaned and independent, a microchip identification be placed into the breast muscle of the bird.
- Plus, tuna has virtually zero saturated fat, which you can't say about red meat or even a breast of chicken.
- She suggests you eat fish and lean cuts of meat, such as skinless chicken and turkey breasts.
- She probably eats sandwiches that aren't pressed turkey breast on white bread with mayonnaise as well.
- I was ordering pallets full of skirt steaks and chicken breasts.
- Separate skin from meat on breast and back of chicken.
- Bruises on the birds' breasts and legs are something to watch out for, they can turn the flesh bitter.
- Remove the bacon from the birds' breasts and return them to the oven for 5 minutes.
- Starting the bird breast down, then turning it over to brown, didn't keep the meat any moister.
- Then for my entree: boneless fried chicken breasts, sweet potato fries, and noodle kugel.
- Season remaining three chicken breasts with salt and white pepper.
- Then the brilliant crimson breast of an iiwi bird darts into view.
- Next, season the bird all over with salt and pepper, and lay the bacon over the breast with the rashers overlapping each other.
- By now the bird's breast and legs are a brilliant shade of rose-pink.
- Top each breast with one-quarter-cup sauce and three-quarter-ounce cheese.
- The passenger pigeon was an attractive bird with a blue back and a pink breast that existed in huge populations.
- The brooch was a jeweled bird of paradise with a large sapphire forming the bird's breast.
- Place breast and dark meat slices into labeled freezer bags.
- Trim the chicken breasts and remove the tenderloins.
- Then it preened its scaly breast feathers with a wide beak.
- He lets go of the bird, touching its breast for a heartbeat.
- The bird related the dragon's weak spot over his left breast.
- The food is excellent, and you cannot visit here without trying the duck breast.
- Pheasant has virtually no fat so you will need to put fat bacon over its breast.
- Our medium-size meal, based on an easy-to-roast turkey breast, is inspired by Persian flavors.
- Be sure that it is the native pigeon, a large bird with white plumage on its breast.
4(of jacket, coat)delantera femininebefore noun breast pocket — bolsillo superior masculine
- The seven-year-old buried her head in Debbie's pajamas, soaking the breast pocket of her shirt.
- I move them up to my breast pocket, letting them poke out just a little, like a handkerchief.
- Golden silk was embroidered on the shoulders and the guild sign of the moon was placed on the left breast.
- He is dressed in leisure clothes, a neat logo on the breast pocket of his shirt.
- There was a fake I.D. badge clipped to the lapel and the requisite pens in the breast pocket.
- He stuffed his sunglasses into the breast pocket of his shirt as his eyes searched for her.
- Staten put down what he was carrying and put the bill in the breast pocket of his tweed jacket.
- He picked up the bottle and shoved it into the breast pocket of his shirt, which lay crumpled on the night stand.
- The stranger was adorning a special emblem on each breast and shoulder.
- Donna rolled her eyes and snatched her sunglasses out of her breast pocket with a quick, skinny hand.
- The school emblem on the left breast pocket and on the right sleeve looked classy together.
- They wore navy blue brimmed caps that matched the double breast pocket long sleeve uniforms they wore.
- It is best known for the laurel logo on the left breast of polo-style shirts.
- She had half expected him to display the garment in the breast pocket of his jacket.
- He was dressed casually, wearing khaki cargo pants, a dark blue tee shirt with a single breast pocket, and brown hiking boots.
- She stuffs it into the breast pocket of his sports jacket.
- He removed a pen tucked into his breast pocket and clicked it a few times.
- Much clothing carries a clear indication of its trade origin in internal labels commonly on the neck-band or inside the breast.
- Their badges were clipped on the left side of their shirts just above the breast pockets.
- Tight tops with short sleeves and breast pocket is detracting from your figure.
5chimney breastcampana (de la chimenea) feminine
1(waters/waves) arrostrar literary
- Two huge English gals with shoulders like walruses breasted the waves in perfect unison.
- Once I breasted the summit ridge a cold blast of wind hit me.
- Gripping his crooked staff, the wizard breasted the gasps of indignation and began speaking in a powerful voice.
- It was the same feeling he had when breasting the traffic - a swimmer plunging into the crest of a wave would know what he meant.
- On the Potomac, swan-white power launches keep breasting the sulphurous wave.
- As the first rays of the sun breasted the peak of the mountain, the enemy slowed.
- The train made the climb and breasted the summit at a virtually steady 60 mph.
- It turned out to be the highlight of the expedition, the day they breasted the icecap.
- He breasted the finish line in five hours and two minutes.
2(hill/slope) coronar literary
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