In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(shop)(donde se vende pescado frito y papas fritas) pescadería feminine
- There will be 1,400 new homes, new offices and shops - including restaurants, cafes, a bookie's and even a chippy.
- Talking of pies, don't go to a chippie - go to a proper Northern bakery and get a custard or an Eccles cake while you are there.
- That way you can visit the off licence, the sweet shop and the chippie without wasting energy.
- It follows a meticulous inspection of the chippy by Seafish watchdogs, who carried out about 200 separate checks, covering all aspects of the business, including 40 temperature checks.
- The fact that the bride's best friend ‘works in a chippy in Colchester’ is one of many intriguing selling points for an unwanted wedding invitation which has been put on internet auction site E-Bay.
- As it turns out, Jamie's friends don't head for the nearest chippy when they hear that they are to be on telly, for they are all big fat show-offs.
- There's also some other, classic London spots represented in the video (which features a rather scary factory robot) like the chippy on Berwick Street and Maida Vale tube.
- Forget the grey slabs that emerge from your freezer, or the grease-laden battered variety from the chippy; the Fife haddock is a breed apart.
- I'm off to Tynemouth tonight to sit and listen to the sea and read my book, while Patsy 123 either slaves over a hot stove or, more likely, goes to the chippy.
- Simon's shop and a chippy nearby have been targeted for months by a hard-core of about a dozen teenagers bent on making people's lives a misery.
- Even the general store, which doubles as a chippie, is tastefully minimalist and the lady who owns it has a heart that glows in the dark.
- The chippy's more unusual offerings - queen scallops, squid rings and prawns - are all caught by Scottish boats and the staples, such as haggis and black pudding, from nearby suppliers.
- After cycling to Tobermory for an overnight stop and two unforgettable deep fried scallop suppers from the local chippy, we still have a thirst for more beaches.
- Daddy dear, however, prefers the local chippy!
- He urged food lovers to vote for their favourite chippy while calling in to see for themselves once more how enjoyable freshly-cooked fish and chips really could be.
- And about 10 years ago we used to have a pie shop, a chippy on the street and others around here before they closed down.
- The shop is the first chippy in the borough to get the Heartbeat Award, given by the council to firms which try to help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
- We have two newsagents, a chippy and a Working Men's Club who stand to lose a lot of trade if York City goes.
- Otherwise known as ‘Chip Alley’, it's a thoroughfare of chippies, kebab shops and pizza places that can diplomatically be described as ‘lively’ after the pubs shut.
- I can still clearly remember getting a fish supper from the Philadelphia chippie around the corner.
1(promiscuous woman)fulana feminine informalbuscona feminine informalchusca feminine Chile informal
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