In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1I'm a big eater — como mucho
- she's a big eater — es muy comilona / comelona
- we're big meat eaters — comemos mucha carne
- I'm a fussy eater — soy muy mañoso para comer
- As for my brothers, well I have four of them and they're all big eaters.
- Unlike most heavyweights, is a picky eater, no spicy foods.
- If you don't eat meat or fish, but are happy to tuck into dairy products and eggs, you are a lacto-ovo-vegetarian - and the most common type of vegetarian eater.
- The list of main courses offered something for everyone - big eaters and small, vegetarians and carnivores.
- Rosies are voracious eaters, consuming almost anything and everything.
- And even the most fastidious eaters today are probably consuming gene-altered food against their will.
- She is a slow thoughtful eater and I gulp my food down but other than that we had lots in common.
- As a big and fussy eater, I found the whole thing tortuous.
- Canadians are ‘big eaters,’ with meat portions in particular dominating the Canadian meal.
- Most chronic arthritis patients are heavy eaters and often take food furnishing 3,500 to 4,000 calories.
- If our forbears were big eaters, or if we were fed a lot in childhood, our needs will be greater.
- The courses are sized small, but leave even big eaters satisfied.
- It revealed whoever made it was not a great vegetable eater but consumed large amounts of meat and grain.
- Those Willett boys didn't get that big by being fussy eaters surely?
- It wasn't intentional; she just wasn't a big eater.
- While eating well is a term used to compliment big eaters, eating properly entails replenishing energy resources.
- He is a compulsive eater; consuming all he can to fill the void within him that food really can't fill.
- If you start with a book like this one, chances are you won't need that picky eater chapter at all.
- You just have to try and fit it in - and I'm a big eater!
- My picky eater son isn't much into trying new things.
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