In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(beans, granules, drink)café masculinecoffee filter — filtro de café
- coffee grounds — posos de café
- coffee mill / grinder — molinillo de café
- coffee spoon — cucharilla de café
- He had purchased supplies; coffee, flour, sugar, and a few sacks of sweet wheat middling, without salt.
- I quit drinking coffee and bought a bottle of caffeine tablets.
- Finding a kettle and some instant coffee, he made himself a steaming mug-full and wandered through to the living room.
- The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank encourage indebted countries to export primary goods such as coffee, cocoa or copper.
- Concrete benches provide seating for local workers to enjoy lunches and coffee breaks, while cypress trees form a buffer to the park precinct.
- Instant coffee is made principally from Robusta beans.
- I am now drinking the coffee directly from the carafe, attempting to wake up.
- Dmitri poured another cup of coffee and drank it down in two swallows.
- He stated that he funded his habit by shoplifting coffee and soap powder which he would then sell on to buy drugs.
- Others may choose to boil water in a pot on the stove and add instant or finely ground coffee.
- They also can buy the coffee by the bag and sell it at a profit, which the congregation then keeps for their own missionary and social justice work.
- She found nothing of the sort, so she started looking through the cupboards for instant coffee.
- Michael slid off the saddle and walked up to the mess wagon as Jeff poured him a cup of coffee.
- Meanwhile, only 8 percent of regular coffee drinkers drink decaf.
- Over the last 10 years, the quality of instant coffee has improved significantly.
- I pulled on my jacket and glanced at my mother who was drinking her coffee through a Styrofoam cup.
- Australians drink coffee in smaller cups, our baristas tend to swirl the milk a little less, and we have completely different terminology.
- Chelsea pours herself a cup of coffee, drinking it black and scalding hot.
- At 7:30 in the morning we're going to be serving cookies, coffee and donuts completely for free.
- In memorium, though, I will now always try to buy sustainably grown coffee as promoted by the foundation.
- We wouldn't think of having a seminar without serving food or coffee.
- The gifts offered to health professionals amounted to a jar of instant coffee and some non-medical books.
- He filled the coffee-maker with water and spooned in ground coffee from a smoked-glass jar.
- Famine was a regular occurrence, while spices, coffee and sugar were sucked out for Western markets at vast profit to Dutch business.
- A team of volunteers serve tea, coffee and food.
- I drank endless cups of coffee and cinnamon tea.
- Wendy's heart was pumping violently in her chest, as if she'd drunk ten cups of coffee in so many minutes.
- Siobhan took another drink of her coffee, putting the cup down.
- He yawned loudly, taking a drink of coffee from the plastic cup he was holding.
- If we have a meeting, the staff has to buy the coffee.
- They'd all trek to the store and they'd swap that for coffee and sugar and flour and things that they had to buy to live on through the winter.
- Burundi and Rwanda are predominantly agricultural economies with their primary exports being coffee and tea.
- The value of the raw beans contained in a jar of instant coffee may be no more than a few pennies, but the final product may be sold for over £2.
- Put your instant coffee and sugar into your cup, then a dash of the old boiling and start stirring vigorously.
- The company says it paid an average of $1.20 a pound for the unroasted coffee it bought last year.
- With the exception of espresso coffee, all drinks appeared to come in disposable cups/mugs, whilst the plates were also for one-time use only.
- All right, instant coffee has its place alongside other short cuts in life.
- He drank the rest of his cup of coffee and ground out the cigarette in the ashtray.
- I usually just drink ordinary dark roast coffee, as strong as possible.
- Despite shortages of certain items like instant coffee, sugar, and most of our milk powder, the food was lasting well.
- She was gorgeous, with braided coffee coloured hair, smooth, spotless dark skin, hazel eyes and heart shaped lips.
- They walked along the same succulent sea by which pasty-white holiday makers tend to flop in order to obtain coffee brown tans.
- Some give cooler hues of mushroom, putty or milky coffee.
- She saw the face of an ugly man with dirty brown hair and coffee colored eyes.
- The woman's hair flowed behind down to her waist where barrettes were clipped onto her coffee brown hair.
- In the theme of green, male colours such as cream white, light coffee, green and brown along with soft cut and cute details give a profile of romantic woman.
- Her coffee brown eyes were sharp and darkened with every word she uttered.
- Natural colours such as sienna, coffee, verdure, burgundy, metal and champagne are chosen as ambient colours.
- Its coffee brown doors were flailing around in the sudden wind.
- There are single, doubles, anemone-flowered forms, and an amazing choice of colour variations - from coffee through to citrus yellow.
2(color)color café con leche masculinecafé con leche masculine
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