In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(food)cosas ricas feminineshe always came loaded with goodies — siempre traía montones de cosas ricas para comer
- Afternoon tea is served just before the game drive, with all the tasty goodies being baked in the camp kitchens.
- My ideal Christmas was curling up in front of an open fire, nibbling goodies from a selection box, after a meal of turkey and stuffing followed by Christmas pudding.
- He's believed to have settled on a ring from Tiffany, having showered his bride-to-be with goodies from the exclusive jewellers many times before.
- Later as they left the park the children were treated to some refreshments and goodies which made their day.
- We just spoiled them rotten, always finding them tasty goodies to add to their regular food.
- As usual we had our normal snacks after as Paul Kraft supplied the goodies for the week.
- The gas station was a tiny one-room job, with a counter in the corner and shelves of goodies filling the rest of the space.
- Loaded with all the goodies, the loaves of zucchini bread came out tasty as ever, even if this time it substantially deviated from the original.
- After everyone had had time to sample the goodies and see the displays there was a final treat.
- The first prize in the Christmas draw is a large Christmas hamper with numerous other prizes of Christmas goodies.
- She thanked the parents who provided goodies for the cake sale and to Kathleen and Michael Ryan Luke who lent their goat, Angela, to the school for the presentation.
- Besides the trophy, the winning team walked away with attractive goodies, gift and discount coupons sponsored by various organisations.
- The buffet had all kinds of platters of goodies and snacks set out over it for the party.
- Home-made cakes and other goodies will be on sale but the fun only starts there as there will be games to play, videos and books to buy, a raffle with fabulous prizes and face painting.
- Afterwards there was wine and more goodies before everyone dispersed into the cold November night, well fortified with delicious food and feeling great!
- She wasn't a totally overweight woman; just a bit plump from all the snacks and goodies she constantly ate throughout the day.
- They also have a keen interest in eating tasty goodies, almost without restriction.
- The Christmas penny jar will buy more food and drink than we could possibly consume over the holiday and there aren't any goodies I truly fancy finding in my stocking.
- Brigid Mooney and Evelyn Shaw served a lovely tea with lots of tasty seasonal goodies.
- Treated to bags of pampering goodies and a morning tea, Lesley said it was nice to be thanked and to have the chance to talk to people who understand what she's going through.
2(hero)bueno masculine informalbuena feminine informalthe goodies and the baddies — los buenos y los malos
- The reader knows who the baddie is as John Baker cleverly moves from the goodie to the baddie, to a boyfriend of one of the murdered women and to a woman who has an unnatural attraction to the baddie.
- It's a little metal badge you wear on your lapel that tells the Secret Service that you're a goodie.
- Obviously he wins 'cause he's the goodie, but he doesn't have an easy time of it.
- In a way I'm a goodie, but its funny because technically I'm a baddie for being a cuckold.
- Nervous Energy is a goodie from Iain M. Bank's Culture series.
- I got my first break as stunt-double for the top goodie on Super Comix Babies.
- With several hundred children it was quite a lively show, especially when the baddie crept up on the goodie in the film.
- This is not a film with a clear moral judgement, or a neat goodie/baddie symmetry.
- Even if they just want to have their name used, we need to decide if they want to be a baddie or a goodie.
- This Spud, a scary librarian who uses a spud gun on misbehaving children in order to get them to read books, turns out to be a goodie and the kids discover reading books is indeed fun.
- This time round he's a goodie as Prince Richard who falls in love and saves Snow White.
- I'm talking about the games that suddenly impose a countdown on a level; the type of countdown you get in stupid action films, where the goodie has to defuse the bomb before it detonates.
1¡viva! informal¡yupi! informal
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