In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(bottle)frasco masculine(in laboratory) matraz masculine(in laboratory) redoma femininehip flask — nalguera feminine Mexico
- vacuum flask — termo
- A spokesman told Reuters that two small flasks containing traces of the poison were discovered in a left luggage depot at the mainline railway station which serves the south of France.
- With that, I opened up the flask with my mouth and began pouring cold liquid on my injured hand.
- Five minutes passed and the scientist held up two flasks filled with liquid: blue and green.
- The flask is then heated to a temperature above the boiling point of the liquid.
- Next, he placed them in the bowl over the fire, and added some of the steaming liquid from the flask.
- He reached into his bag and pulled out three cups and a flask of some greenish blue liquid.
- Those folks would have understood instantly what I was up to last week, stirring zinc powder in a flask with some dilute hydrochloric acid and washing it off.
- She looked at Alistra, and unbuckled her safety belt, containing a water flask, some rations (in case they got lost), and her weapons.
- He uncorked it, and poured the clear liquid into the flask.
- Barth put his head in his hands and stared down at the greenish liquid in his flask.
- He pushed a large flask filled with a sparkling, curious, blue liquid into her palm.
- The men pulled out food: dried fruit and cheese, bread and salted meats, wine and small flasks of water.
- They put methane, ammonia and carbon dioxide in a flask with some water, sparked some electricity through it, and after a week they got a brown sludge which contained amino acids.
- One of the flasks holds an oily liquid approximating to coffee while the other holds almost-boiling water that might nearly brew a half-strength cup of extra-weak tea.
- She turned around on her stool with a bright smile on her face holding the flask and a test tube out to the confused young man.
- Beside him is a flask of smokey bubbling liquid amid a clutter of apparatus.
- With a few gurgling noises created from his throat, and, evidently, some mucus, he filled the glass to a quarter inch below the brim with the liquid in the flask.
- The head nurse was standing over her with a silver flask of water in one hand and a damp white cloth in the other.
- He then dissolved the glassy residue in dilute hydrochloric acid, boiled it, and left it to stand for several days in a corked flask.
- During the night their thirst became so bad that Folcher went down to the village to fill up their flasks at the fountain.
- The GA solution was dried in a rotor evaporator and then incubated under vacuum overnight in a reagent flask.
- The only time they are exposed to Bunsen burners and round-bottomed flasks is when they open text books to study.
- He opened the flask and allowed a small amount of the dark liquid to pour into his wine.
- To the back of Adian lay a bar, with flasks and wooden kegs that were tapped for liquid stacked in every available place.
- In longer term experiments the aerated treatments were in 100 ml of solution in conical flasks.
- He looks at the cup, smiles, and adds a little liquid from a flask.
- The tips remained in the same Thunberg tubes with 10 ml of solution for the first 8 h, and then were transferred to 50 ml in conical flasks.
- The scientists had their backs turned to the door and were inspecting a cupboard full of flasks and vials holding multi-colored liquids.
- Working solutions had also been prepared in amber glass volumetric flasks by appropriate dilution just before use.
- The doctor handed Alex a flask that contained some kind of red liquid in it.
- Each soil sample was mixed with 100 ml of gastric solution in volumetric glass flasks.
- Jonathan pulled out a small flask, and shook it a bit and heard liquid sloshing around.
- Three television sets surmounted a polished wood counter, with innumerable flasks and glasses dangling by their stems in racks above the rows of bottled liquors and beverages.
- Gas in the headspace of flasks was sampled with a tight syringe.
- Arven examined the box and saw at its end was a spout that was draining liquid into a flask.
- Immediately after weighing the roots were transferred to 250 ml round-bottom flasks, immersed in kerosene and sealed with plastic corks.
- The cells could also be grown as suspension culture in conical flasks on a rotary shaker giving higher yield of cells.
- Levengood tested the metal fragment for the presence of hydrogen by putting a sample in a flask with a weak solution of acetic acid.
- After 8 h of re-aeration, the excised coleoptile tips were transferred to conical flasks with 50 ml aerated nutrient solution.
- Liquid culture was in 100 ml of the medium in 250 ml conical flasks.
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