In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/animal) hambrientoto be hungry — tener hambre
- it makes you hungry — te abre el apetito
- how hungry are you? — ¿tienes mucha hambre?
- if I get hungry, I'll have a pear — si me da hambre, me comeré una pera
- to go hungry — pasar hambre
- if you don't like liver, you'll have to go hungry — si no te gusta el hígado, te quedas sin comer
- power-/land-hungry — ansioso de poder/tierras
- to be hungry for sth — estar ávido de algo
- I wasn't hungry for more, but had to try one more breakfast item before heading out to work.
- This shouldn't be a problem if you eat only when hungry and only enough to satisfy your hunger.
- She pawed at my leg, telling me that her food bowl was empty and she was hungry.
- If you were short of a bit of food, your neighbours wouldn't see you go hungry.
- At first glance, it seems outrageous that leaders would allow their people to go hungry rather than letting them eat GM food.
- Now she was hungry, but it wasn't the kind of hunger ordinary food could satisfy.
- That child knew that no one in her country deserves to go hungry.
- I know that without help, people in much worse circumstances than I will go hungry.
- Aid workers trying to hand out food were mobbed by hungry people, some of whom haven't eaten in five days.
- This wasn't helped by me being tired and hungry, but too tired to do anything about the hunger.
- The philosophy is that some smells will stop you from feeling hungry.
- Disturbances arose not so much when people were hungry as when they saw an opportunity to alleviate their hunger.
- I've known people who would rather go hungry than dine on their own.
- He can now recognise when he is hungry and cry for food.
- Once again, the organization reports seeing more and more people who are hungry or at risk for hunger.
- Eventually she started to feel hungry, so I took her out to dinner at her favourite Indian restaurant around here.
- People go hungry because they are poor and can't afford to buy food, not because of a global food shortage.
- There are people in this world that go hungry because they don't have food and here we are, promoting the waste of it.
- We found ourselves ravenously hungry after the day's hard traveling and setting up camp in the strong winds.
- Anyhow, this talk about food is getting me hungry.
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