In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in shop, home)congelador masculinefreezer feminine Latin America
- A classic case, going back 20 years, was the emergence of the deep freezer.
- The inspector asked the shopkeeper to store it out of sight in a deep freeze.
- You will be questioned as to how often you invite guests for meals and whether you have a microwave oven, a refrigerator and a deep freezer.
- I'd refused to go with Antonio alone, so the three of us had gone to the kitchen, where I'd discovered heaven in the form of a massive refrigerator, deep freezer and two fully stocked closets of food.
- On arrival, he carefully placed his passport in the deep freeze section of the fridge for security reasons and proceeded to enjoy the intellectual stimulation of our fair city for two weeks.
- ‘We had ample provisions: a deep freeze full of meat, fish and veggies, six cases of de Diable wine and lots of cans of Chilean beer ’, said Fred.
- The blood bank has four refrigerated centrifuges, 6 deep freezers which maintain a temperature range of - 40 to - 80 degrees centigrade and four blood bank refrigerators.
- At the same time as you buy the bag also purchase a couple of small blue freezer blocks which freeze solid in your deep freeze and take a surprisingly long time to de-freeze.
- Storage facilities like fridges and deep freezers are examined to ensure they comply with health regulations.
- Pour the chilled mixture into a plastic freezer box and leave in the deep freeze until the edges have frozen.
- Whereas in Scandinavia people stock up with up to 100 kg of raspberries in their deep freezes, Scots only eat a few grammes of their finest product.
- In the Ireland of De Valera she was the first in the town to introduce chilled Coca Cola, the first to sell frozen foods from a deep freezer, and the first to popularize the concept of a delicatessen.
- By this, he means ‘less than 60 per cent of the national median income’ - a level at which many people own their own homes, have deep freezers and fill them, own cars and run them.
- It was the Victorians' version of the deep freezer.
- Product is sent from the filling room via a conveyor belt through the three other freezers to the deep freezer.
- In the past, before refrigerators and deep freezers were invented, it was traditional to turn to preserved fish in January, since fresh fish was in short supply.
- Oudtshoorn's deep freezers are now full of uneaten meat - it's too pricey for locals, who in any case prefer mutton or chicken.
- One solution is to put it into a domestic deep freezer for 48 hours to kill any remaining larvae.
- Those who own dishwashers, deep freezers, clothes dryers and microwaves can even sometimes take longer to do their chores than those who do not.
2(state)(ultra)congelación femininethe proposal is at present in deep freeze — la propuesta ha sido congelada por el momento
- before noun deep-freeze compartment — congelador
1(vegetables/meat) congelar(vegetables/meat) ultracongelara packet of deep-frozen cod — un paquete de bacalao ultracongelado
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