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(farmyard bird)(with masculine article in the singular) ave (de corral) feminine
- If ‘free-range’ is best, Joyce's were the most free-range fowls in creation; they were everywhere, and sociable, too, not at all averse to hopping up on a kitchen chair beside you while you had a cup of tea.
- A typical recipe is in Hannah Glasse's The Art of Cookery: A very thick crust enclosed a turkey, which was stuffed with a goose, the goose with a fowl, then a partridge, then a pigeon.
- A L Basham lists India's contribution to World: rice, cotton, sugar cane, many spices, domestic fowl, game of chess etc.
- An experimental study in the domestic fowl (Gallus gallus domesticus) found that paternity success varied across females, which were inseminated with equal numbers of sperm from two males.
- Although this assumption has not been rigorously tested in wild bird populations, data from domestic fowl suggest that, indeed, immunocompetence measurements might not be antigen specific.
- One of the most distinctive expressions in the chicken lexicon occurs when my fowls spot a bird of prey.
- Breeds of domestic fowl are described under hen/chicken breeds.
- I thought the accompaniments would overshadow the fowl, but the chicken taste actually crept through to add a complex layer to the international tapestry of flavours.
- Above my head in the argusia bush a red-footed booby chick, the size of a domestic fowl, peers down at me.
- The behavioral sequence leading to a copulation has been extensively described in the domestic fowl.
- The domestic fowl is descended from the red junglefowl of south-east Asia and has been domesticated for 6 000 to 8 000 years.
- The lecturer, in a most interesting and instructive address, dwelt chiefly on the principal characteristics of the three classes of fowls, the non-sitting or table fowl, the layer, and the general-purpose fowl.
- Gallinaceous is an adjective describing birds of the order Gallinae, which includes common domestic fowls, pheasants, grouse, and quails.
- These birds also express high levels of a bacteriolytic lysozyme which is more similar in amino acid sequence to the rock pigeon than that of the domestic fowl.
- Immediately behind this is the kitchen garden, with still-existing hutches for rabbits, fowls and pigeons.
- In March it banned trade in chicken from West Java and South Sulawesi provinces after bird flu killed thousands of fowls there.
- I have been known to be more of an owl than a fowl because I have late nights and struggle with early mornings.
- It is a good practice to put a burlap cloth, cheese cloth or paper towels over the litter for the first week so the young fowl can learn to distinguish the food from the litter.
- An old woman churns butter, while a woman in the foreground prepares a fowl for roasting and a third man spits a chicken at the far right.
- Birds affected by this disease are fowls, turkeys, geese, ducks, pheasants, guinea fowl and other wild and captive birds, including ratites such as ostriches, emus and rhea.
1.2(meat)(with masculine article in the singular) ave feminine
- Brining is generally used as a preservative for meat and fowl; here it's used as a flavor enhancer.
- Even the soup of the day is an intentional creation, using freshly prepared vegetables and stock with fresh meat, fowl, or fish added.
- The term ‘vegetarian’ has only been around for about 150 years but abstinence from flesh, fish and fowl is as old as man himself.
- It was here he discovered fresh seafood, superior salmon, wild game, and fowl, and Scandinavian butter - a dairy product containing more fat than most butters.
- Music runs from ethnic afro-beats to trendy lounge jazz; food is a multi-cultural fusion of fish, fowl and steak; and drinks and cigars come from all over the globe.
- The flavor and acidity would match up well with shellfish and grilled fowl.
- A traditional meal is a bowl of steamed rice eaten with a sauce containing bits of fish, fowl, or meat, eggs, vegetables, and spices such as onions, chilies, garlic, mint, ginger, or lemon grass.
- A quick jump in time and place to today reveals a general population who loves meat and fowl - as long as it is pre-packaged and no one has to think about how it got there.
- All kosher-slaughtered animals undergo rigorous inspection, and meat and fowl must be thoroughly cleansed of blood.
- Each dish had its own plate: round, square, triangular or oval, depending, as far as I could surmise, on whether it was fish, meat or fowl.
- There was other meat galore, too, steak, pork, fowl, bacon, etc.
- Usually any meat, fowl, or seafood is curried, and frying is the typical method of cooking.
- Special meals usually include meat, fish, or fowl, along with one of a number of starchy foods, which vary by region.
- They may eat liberally from a list of ‘acceptable foods,’ which includes all types of fish, fowl, shellfish, meat, eggs, cheese, fats and oils, herbs, and some vegetables.
- Before contact with the West, staple foods included yam, taro, banana, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, greens, pigs, fowl, and seafood.
- If you like red meat better than fowl, eat it more often.
- The borders are now completely closed for beef, fowl and pork imports.
- This is usually combined with fish, fowl, or red meat and copious spices to form a type of stew.
- The fish, fowl and meat chapters are full of simple dishes, fish with just herbs, olive oil and lemon in true Italian style.
- The menu was meat-heavy: fowl, pheasant, tripe, pork, steak, lamb and duck, cooked in a variety of ways.
2archaic(bird)(with masculine article in the singular) ave femininethe fowl of the air — las aves del cielo
- The birds we have had have been the ordinary fowl of a village garden: jackdaws, starlings, magpies, chaffinches and so on.
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