In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sub-zero temperature)helada feminine
- The weather has been fine enough but there have been very sharp frosts & bitterly cold wind.
- If an unexpected frost occurs, undamaged fruits can be salvaged and ripened.
- In particular, there is likely to be a reduction in water for southern and eastern Australia, with more fires and heatwaves, fewer frosts, less snow and more coral bleaching.
- In the days before refrigeration, hogs were slaughtered and cured at the first heavy autumn frost.
- In winter 1995/1996 the first hard frost occurred at the end of December.
- Mustard greens, another Southern favorite, should be planted six to eight weeks before the first fall frost.
- In cooler areas, plant dill a week or two before your last hard frost.
- Because bushes flower in early spring, they may need protection from late-spring frosts in cold climates.
- Frequent frosts or inclement weather kill off pests that would be devastating to crops, or plague-carrying insects that affect the population.
- Similarly, an autumn frost which destroys leaves can interrupt the orderly build-up of reserves in the vine.
- Weather records show that there were far more hard frosts in the 1950s before the impact of global warming.
- In each case, work should proceed after first killing frost and ideally before snow cover.
- Fall frosts can damage actively elongating shoots in the autumn and adversely affect growth the following spring.
- This is especially useful if the garden is in a cold spot and prone to late frosts or if wet weather has made the soil claggy.
- He predicts sharp frosts throughout the Swindon area on both Friday and Saturday night, with temperatures only just above freezing during Christmas Day itself.
- With good spring rains, they can survive frosts and require minimal or no watering.
- Drought across much of the country, particularly in areas not normally subject to drought, and late frosts have led to reductions in land based production.
- Sow seeds indoors about six weeks before the average date of the last spring frost in your area.
- Frequencies of tropical cyclones, heat-waves, bushfires and frosts are also linked to the Southern Oscillation.
- So far we have only had a mild winter, but serious frosts and foggy weather are likely to become more frequent as we move into the New Year.
2(frozen dew)escarcha feminine
- Before explaining fog and frost on a window, we'll begin with water in the air.
- The soft and wet grass under her shoes crunched slightly, hardened by the morning frost.
- Still there was no snow, but there was frost glittering on the ground.
- There was frost on the ground and a flurry of snow in the air as I set off from the car park and along the footpaths winding through woodlands and close to a meander of the River Calder.
- There's no snow yet, but occasionally I wake up to beautiful, lacy frost on my window.
- The sky was a clear, pale blue now, and it seemed to be drawing what heat there was from the ground, leaving only frost and little patches of dry snow.
- As much as I dislike extreme cold, a nice frost on the lawn would not be unwelcome.
- On the other hand, it was shown that epiphytic orchids survived severe frost in Mexican montane forests.
- Though all leeks tolerate some frost, some overwinter better than others.
- Native to Central and South America, peppers don't tolerate frost.
- There was frost on every window and icicles hung where they could.
- The glass hit the ground like sleet on a pavement and sparkled like a morning frost.
- Vermont in November was hardly Siberia, but there was frost on the ground, and they spent an hour shivering and exercising to stay warm.
- Row covers trap the warmth that radiates up from the earth much like the way that a cloud cover holds temperatures and prevents frost from forming.
- Always ensure that service pipes are at an adequate depth to prevent frost damage.
- We had set out reluctantly on a Friday evening at the end of a hard working week through a wintry countryside glittering with frost and wreathed in freezing mist.
- Water vapor will condense directly on the surface to form frost.
- Severe ground frost is possible at night, especially if the ground is dry.
- Once the bulbs have firmly rooted, frost is tolerated quite well and an extra cover is not needed.
- You look outside and see it - that shining, shimmering gloss of frost on the ground, on the car, and in the trees.
2.1Cooking(cake) bañar US
- Teresa glanced up from the cake she was frosting.
- Cookies that have been frosted with a butter cream type frosting cannot be stacked.
- Chill cake about 20 minutes, then frost with remaining room-temperature buttercream.
- Instead of the traditional baby cakes, try baking a batch of baby cupcakes which guests can frost and decorate.
- So get out there and frost the cake (you'll be glad you did).
- Though he spends more time managing than frosting cakes these days, he still bakes most mornings.
- Heart shaped cookies can be frosted in pinks and reds and then other colors used for sprinkles on them.
- Chill the lemon curd until the cake has cooled and is ready to be frosted.
- The result is a cookie that looks like it has been frosted but the frosting is baked on and hard.
- Benji whistled to himself as he headed towards the kitchen of his parents' bakery, tying on his apron and already smelling the sweet scent of a cake ready to be frosted.
- "I think I saw the cook frosting a cake, " she confided.
(cover with sugar)escarchar
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