In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of chocolate)huevo de Pascua masculine
- As we wipe away the smudges of the last chocolate Easter egg, a pang of guilt associated with overindulgence might raise its head.
- The primary school raised £800 in two hours by auctioning a giant Easter egg, donated by their local confectioners.
- There's a new kind of chocolate Easter egg on sale this year.
- Members are raffling off a giant Easter egg to raise funds to bring CCTV to the town.
- The Mayor and her children are all partial to a good tasting chocolate Easter egg.
- Every year the school has a competition and the prize is a giant Easter egg.
- The garden centre we visited later that day was huge and had a pet section so we bought Edward a dog Easter egg (made from carob).
- The chocolatier and confectioner spent long hours creating an enormous Easter egg, weighing in at 25 kgs of plain chocolate.
- I wiped the chocolate from his face, pried his little sticky fingers apart and took the Easter egg from him.
- Earlier this month, the school took delivery of a 1m tall Easter egg, which provided enough chocolate for family sized portions.
- A giant Easter egg is the ideal treat for every chocoholic but getting your hands on one may not be an easy task.
- Easter Bunny steam trains run on Sunday and Monday, for £3.50 for adults and £3 for children, and include an Easter egg.
- A parent wouldn't have dreamed of presenting a child with felt pens instead of an Easter egg.
- She was the lucky winner of the giant Easter egg in the local shop.
- Jill raised the money by raffling off an huge Easter egg in her school.
1.2(hard-boiled egg)huevo duro masculinehuevo sancochado masculine Venezuela
2Computing(sorpresa inesperada oculta en un sitio web o en un programa de aplicación) huevo de Pascua masculine
- Also captivating are the various Easter eggs spread throughout the disc.
- The best thing about the game was finding the Easter egg.
- We also get a widescreen theatrical trailer as well, and a couple of Easter eggs!
- And scattered throughout the menus are some Easter eggs.
- But the real growth area today is in DVD Easter eggs, with programmers packing movies with concealed outtakes or extra interviews.
- Finally, there is a really funny Easter egg located in the upper right corner of the main menu.
- The disc also offers a trailer for HVE's entire line of Zatoichi DVD releases, housed as an easy-to-find Easter egg.
- Also on this page is an Easter egg - the trailer for Chicken Run that parodied the Gladiator trailers.
- In the "old days," that is, the 1990s, Easter eggs might include hidden games within games.
- Adding an "Easter egg" style link to other New Yorker Video ads seems a poor reward for remote surfing.
- Easter eggs are easy to find by exploring the main menu using the remote (look for the lightning bolt to pop up under the main choices).
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