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(filled)(container/vessel) llenodon't speak with your mouth full — no hables con la boca llena
- my heart was too full — me embargaba la emoción
- full of sth — lleno de algo
- it's full of holes — está lleno de agujeros
- a book crammed / packed full of useful information — un libro lleno de datos útiles
- she's full of fun — es muy divertida
- they were full of praise for your work — elogiaron mucho tu trabajo
- to be full of it
- don't listen to him: he's full of it — no le hagas caso, dice puras tonterías / sandeces
- The supply truck tows a water trailer and carries full water cans for direct exchange.
- Our grey bin was only half full at the end of one week which theoretically means we will now only fill it once a fortnight.
- Angelique went to the room where the computer was and saw a carton full of empty beer bottles.
- By the time I swung through the door, the room was nearly full.
- Once your children realise that a full piggy bank represents money to spend or save, the meaning will sink in.
- She was going to ride the same bus as us, but this one was too full, so she was placed on the second bus.
- Take one teaspoon of the solution from the bottle and put it into the pitcher full of water and leave it for thirty minutes.
- With most of the city's hotels full, it meant a night in emergency accommodation.
- Lessons also will be offered in the winter term - good to know if your desired class is full this term.
- By the weekend it was a joy to see both churches almost full to capacity.
- Even if the stadium is only half full at 4pm next Sunday, Dublin's semi-final should go ahead.
- Shamed by his actions, Adam dropped his head as he poured himself a full glass of whisky.
- Casey blushed, her hands full, not being able to reciprocate, but grinning as much as her anyway.
- The weekly show became a hit, and the club was often full beyond the legal limit.
- Off he went this morning, laden with two huge bundles of magazines and a bag full of empty yoghurt pots.
- Be sure to keep your mouth too full to talk.
- The Opera House was far from full and yet the noise throughout the performance was quite amazing.
- When our tummies were well and truly full we went to do some more shopping.
- Although both flights were completely full, the level of service was quite satisfactory.
- The result will be more prisons full with thousands of young working class people.
1.2(crowded)(room/train) lleno(hotel) lleno(hotel) completoyou've got a very full day ahead of you — tienes un día muy ocupado por delante
1.3(well fed)llenoI'm full (up) — estoy lleno
- The pair can only put up a token protest before they are full, warm, content and asleep.
- He patted his stomach again, sighed, and leaned backward, as if he were so full he could not sit up straight.
- But no matter how fattening, you just won't feel full at the end.
- Basically, people feel fuller after a protein-rich meal.
- There was plenty to fill us without adding extra vegetables and afterwards we were too full for dessert.
- How good one feels when one is full - how satisfied with ourselves and with the world!
- A high fibre meal gives the sensation of being quickly full and satisfied.
- Overall we had a very good time even though we were absolutely full by the time they left.
- She was so full, so full she felt like she couldn't hold on, and she didn't know what to do.
- She's full, and oh so satisfied, if only you could see the smile on her face.
- Of course, we all had far too much to eat, and ended up flopped on the settee feeling full but satisfied for the rest of the night.
- It is believed that eating mainly high-GI foods leads to greater snacking since the body does not feel as full for long.
- A warming, nourishing and satisfying dish that didn't leave me too full.
2.1(complete)(description/report) detallado(name/answer/meal) completoto pay the full price/amount — pagar el precio íntegro/la totalidad de la suma
- you have my full support — tienes todo mi apoyo
- in full control of his faculties — en plena posesión de sus facultades
- in full bloom — en plena floración
- in full uniform — vistiendo el uniforme completo
- to lead a very full life — llevar una vida muy activa
- a full week's holiday — una semana entera de vacaciones
- full sister/brother — hermana/hermano carnal
- give full details of previous illnesses — haga una relación detallada de las enfermedades que haya tenido
- Mr Price could not have complained if Andrew had set out the full description of the account in the registration form.
- I will be interested to read the full report and see whether it makes any specific proposals.
- Magistrates said they wanted full reports on him and said they must consider prison.
- Next week we will have the full list of names of the squad and mentors.
- His assurances that his editors would have full control was an outright lie.
- Now, few Americans admit to anything but full support for their president.
- And only now, a century or so later, are we given a full account of her life.
- The full product range includes pasteurised and unpasteurised cow, goat and sheep's milk cheeses.
- No doubt his full account will appear in the list of best-sellers, to coincide with his release.
- She later carried out a full postmortem examination at Cork University Hospital.
- When all the money is in and checked there will be a full account delivered.
- She says she was blackmailed into stealing this money and she gave the police a full account of what was involved.
- They stated that they wanted those individuals to give a full account of their actions in court.
- A full list of the names and events for the swimming will be printed next week.
- Section 2 of that report provides a full account of the law enforcement and security forces in Jamaica.
- For a fuller description and statistical analysis of these polls, see the website.
- Implementation of the plans is also dependent on a full archeological survey being carried out on the effected area.
- Around the start of the year the council took back full responsibility for property services.
- They have conducted a very full and detailed investigation, and they have furnished me with a full report.
- I am confident that I can finish the half marathons that I've got lined up, but still a bit daunted by doing the full one.
- The bank responded by saying that if you gave a full account of the costs, it would meet them.
- If the account is full and accurate, then it's outrageous that West should be punished.
- A full report of the winners, sponsors etc. will appear in this column next week.
- Such steps are needed, but they should rapidly become mandatory if full compliance is lacking.
- Soon, we had the full set of fingerprints and Holmes had the photographer position his camera in front of the wall safe.
- They will have to publish the full report, so that will put it all in perspective.
- The police claimed to have full details of their names and residences.
- I do not have the full details of the name of the officer who granted the permit to the individual concerned.
- Make sure your full name, address and daytime contact number are written clearly on the email or postcard.
- In due course a full report will be submitted to Glasgow Zoo and the appropriate authorities.
- The full report is published in the June issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
- In addition the full balance of all outstanding monies under your tenancy will become immediately payable and due.
- This is because pears have to be eaten ripe to get anything like the full range of their taste and texture.
- Our local daily newspaper didn't bother reporting the full story, even when march organizers held a press conference to tell it.
- Access to the full text of an article may be dependent on your having a subscription to the journal.
- The suspended activists have the full support of the union, regionally and nationally.
- Whatever the truth of the matter, we hope to be in a position to divulge the full facts next week.
- The news coming out of the beta customers is positive so I await with interest the full announcement after the Summer.
- Then, in that lawsuit, he would be entitled to full documentary disclosure.
- One producer did not want to be named because full details of the film are being kept secret.
2.2(maximum)at full speed — a toda velocidad
- it took the full force of the impact — recibió toda la fuerza del impacto
2.3(with all rights)(member) de pleno derecho
- Another name change is looming as the college intends to apply for full university status later this year.
- Only when the refugees are granted ELR or full refugee status can they work in this country.
- Baptism implies full membership of the Church and must never be separated from that understanding.
- For Marshall, citizenship expresses full membership in the national political community.
- Hitler rewarded the two panzer groups with advancement to full army status.
- He said the road to full EU membership was long and time was needed to complete the process.
- The importance of the EEA is declining as its members assume full membership of the European Community.
- The table tennis centre of excellence at Millthorpe School has been upgraded to full club status by the ETTA.
- They had full refugee status, meaning they could find work and get somewhere to live.
- The party is their first since the Friends of Assisi House were granted full charity status.
- Whether pushing for observer status or full membership, the bid is a difficult one.
- It took over five years for Austria, Sweden, and Finland to progress from application to full membership.
- He had applied to be a firefighter but had not gotten full firefighter status as of yet.
- He had also joined a pistol club, which later refused him full membership.
- Through its full membership of the EU, it has transmogrified into a modern European state.
- She says the move to make women full members is ‘positive’ - and she hopes to be one of the first.
- Austria would prefer Turkey to get a preferential partnership rather than full membership.
- In May this year he was granted full immigration status and his family joined him.
- People entitled to full membership must have served in the British armed forces or voluntary reserves.
- People in Indonesia gain the status of full adults through marriage and parenthood.
3.1(rounded)regordetellenito informalclothes for the fuller figure — tallas grandes
- full in the face — de cara redonda
- The boys are all in stripy dungarees and they are the spit of each other - with a mop of white blond hair, full cheeks and big blue eyes.
- Her figure was full, her hips were round and strong, and her hair was long, a black cascade which caressed the backs of her thighs.
- Her own size seven body was full and firm, but it was nowhere as curvaceous as Nicola's.
- He lifted her by the waist, her curves full and voluptuous as he edged her towards the bed.
- I wear stylish clothes and have a good full figure.
- He is described as thickset, in his mid 50s with a full face.
- She was a pretty woman, with a slightly pointed face, a small upturned nose, and full ruby-red lips.
- Many other stores are now catering for the fuller figure.
- Her lips weren't too full, but they weren't too small, either.
- Here are some hair tips that can work for minimizing fuller face shapes.
- She was very full figured, he was forced to admit as he held her around the waist.
- Consider an Argyle Merino turtleneck to balance fuller hips.
- The young man''s large eyes and full lips make his face look androgynous.
- Those with fuller busts should opt for swimwear which offers maximum support.
- Rochelle stood up, careful not to chip her polish, and ran her hand down the full skirt.
- She pulled on her white robe with full sleeves and set her feet into her slippers.
- Traditional American shirts tend to be fuller in the torso, which might cause your shirt to bulge when tucking.
- She had on a light green full shirt, with a dark green tunic that brought out the color in her eyes.
- The fabric was printed with a simple design, and the full skirt accentuated her tiny waist.
- She truly felt like royalty whenever she fingered the bell sleeves and full skirt.
- She can ride even in a full court gown, in fact she can ride better in a dress than in pants.
- Her favorite was the pale blue one with the navy pinstripes and full skirt.
- It was a pale blue silk dress with a square cut neckline, fitted sleeves and a very full skirt.
- Her skirts appeared unfashionably full, thanks to the numerous petticoats she was wearing.
- The length of the short should hit the shapeliest part of your leg and not be too full or too tight.
- There was a full blouse with a tunic that went over top, and a pair of plain cotton britches.
- She was the last to come out on stage and she was dressed in a very long, full cloak.
- The third gown was a very fashionable emerald green, with a squared neck and a full skirt.
- They are wearing long very full skirts which were last fashionable in Victorian times.
- The full skirt of her red gown fell about her feet like a crimson pool.
- Narrow hips are a must if you're going in for a full pleated skirt.
- That's the mainstream style now: sort of fitted at the waist, and fuller in the leg.
- The first outfit she tried on was a pink shirt like her own except it had full sleeves on both sides.
- Her gown had three full layers of delicate silk, all purple with pink on the middle layer.
4(deep, rich)(aroma/taste) pronunciado
- Once fermented on their skins, these wines were golden in colour, full in flavour and aroma.
- Colors come across full and balanced, with blues and greens balancing nicely.
- This one has intense raspberry and blackberry fruit with a full, rich finish.
- Very clean and full with a biscuity flavour and subtle hints of citrus fruits on the nose.
- They need slow heating to bring out the full flavour, but overheating makes them bitter.
- It's good meat, full flavoured with a little touch of sweetness and smoke.
- How is it that so full a sound can come out of one tiny girl and her guitar.
- The salmon was imported from Norway and had that full flavour from the fjords.
- Those with a mature palate are more likely to enjoy the full flavour.
- Steady As A Rock puts the rich, full and heavy bass higher still in the mix, where it sits just as the title indicates.
- With a very full sound and varied music mix the lads are sure to go from strength to strength.
- Fantastic, pure, rich, full nose of fruit and caramel, with an almost minty overtone.
- Very full and rich and dry with beefy tannins, this wine is of the type to drink with food only.
- The music makes excellent use of the two channels and sounds quite full and developed.
- I love the rich full flavour of livers and think of them as a real treat despite their being inexpensive.
- With two trombonists, they have a characteristic full sound down low on the music scale.
- The chick is born out of the egg with full colours and is perhaps the only bird in the world born as such.
- She explained that to get the full taste of a whiskey you need to add a little water.
- Use the best olive oil you can afford for this dressing because the full flavour will make all the difference.
- In summer I serve them at room temperature, but you don't get the full flavour if they're chilled.
- Warm them very slightly in the oven before serving, to bring out their full flavour.
- She was sick of her life, so she thought she could change it if she dyed her hair a full, unadulterated brown.
- Her hair was the richest, fullest red, and it spread across her shoulders like a cresting wave.
- Let the berries hang on the branches a few more days to develop their full sweetness and aroma.
- The full palate is rich in white peaches and not overly aggressive on the mousse which leaves a creamy, lengthy finish.
- Body is not related to wine quality, balance being more important in a wine than whether it is full or light bodied.
- The dynamics are mixed and it builds well but most of the time it's soft and thin or thick and full sound.
5(absorbed)full of sth — lleno de algo
- they were full of the latest scandal — no hacían más que hablar del último escándalo
- to be full of oneself / of one's own importance — ser muy engreído / creído
- At the moment he's full of his various building schemes.
- She was full of it, spouting out a load of rubbish she probably read in The Sun.
1full well — muy bien
- I can see full well that ... — me doy perfecta cuenta de que ...
- you know full well that ... — sabes perfectamente / muy bien que ...
2(directly)the sun shone full in my face — el sol me daba de lleno en la cara
- I looked him full in the face — lo miré directamente a la cara
- the car's headlights were full on — el coche llevaba las luces largas
- the heating is full on — la calefacción está a tope
- she met the problem full on — le hizo frente al problema
- full out — a toda máquina
- in full
- write your name in full — escriba su nombre completo
- it will be paid in full — será pagado en su totalidad
- to the full — al máximo
- to enjoy life to the full — disfrutar de la vida al máximo
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