In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(put/lay) a lo largo(lay/put) longitudinalmente
- Bingo games also can be made just as easily by using plain white paper tri-folded lengthwise and widthwise to create a 9-cell grid.
- A tostada is much more than a thin slice of toasted bread; it's usually a small roll split lengthwise and toasted on a grill, sometimes rubbed with garlic and tomato, then served with a plate of olive oil for dipping.
- Standing the pineapple on end, cut it lengthwise into fourths and remove the core.
- Fix two strips of double sided tape lengthwise on the back of the black card.
- Split a piece of imitation crabmeat lengthwise into two pieces.
- The foam or filling material can be mounted on the cutting mechanism either lengthwise or widthwise, and cut in either direction.
- Halve the courgettes lengthwise, and use a teaspoon to scoop out the centres.
- Using a fine-bladed saw, cut bamboo lengthwise to remove about a third of the bamboo's width; discard the smaller section.
- Halve the vanilla pod lengthwise and scrape out the seeds into a small non-stick saucepan.
- A cylindrical lens looks like a pipe cut lengthwise.
- Fold each item lengthwise, then roll it tightly.
- Cut them in half lengthwise and remove the seeds with a teaspoon.
- It's huge and I can sleep diagonally, lengthwise or widthwise in it, and not hang off the bed.
- Cut chicken lengthwise into 1/2-inch thick strips and set aside.
- The hull is subdivided lengthwise into watertight compartments.
- Split the chillies lengthwise, leaving them intact at the top.
- By splitting the tubing lengthwise the cord can be pushed inside it.
- Slice the courgette and aubergine lengthwise and cut the peppers in four, discarding the core and seeds.
- Turning it lengthwise she tediously punched in a couple commands on a tiny control panel with her nail.
- Place a few slices of pork and some shrimp lengthwise on the rice paper about ¼ of the way from the edge.
1(measurement/cut) a lo largo(measurement/cut) longitudinal
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