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(generous)(backer/sponsor) generosoyou've been rather liberal with the pepper — se te ha ido un poco la mano con la pimienta
- He was even liberal in dishing out helpings for Natalia.
- Their son was particularly concerned that we bless the space under his bed, so I was liberal with the holy water for his sake.
- Ellis was liberal with the fiction and facts in his new novel.
- He was very liberal when it came to buying drinks, and in return I was a friend to him.
1.2(plentiful)(portion/supply) abundante(supply/portion) generoso
- There was also a liberal amount of calamari, but mostly just legs that weren't that appealing to chase around with a fork.
- Another excellent combination is with sushi, especially if you like a liberal amount of wasabi with your fish.
- She poured a liberal amount over her cereal, and then began to eat.
- Tips for reducing exposure to UV radiation include wearing protective clothing, applying liberal amounts of sunscreen and staying in the shade as much as possible.
- Garden ponds won't count, though, so if you have a swimming pool, fill it with water lilies and goldfish, take down the diving board and apply liberal amounts of weed and reeds until he has gone.
- Grate liberal amounts of Parmesan on top, making sure your eagerness doesn't cause you to scrape the tips of your fingers on your extra sharp cheese grater.
- Water plants deeply once a week as weather heats up, and surround them with liberal amounts of mulch to shade the soil and add organic matter.
- Wide windows stared out across the porch into the street, and, in return, brought in liberal amounts of the clear autumn sunshine.
- He ordered a cup of black coffee and a Danish, added a liberal amount of milk, then found a stool facing the boarding gates and sat down.
- This early stage of the diet allows liberal amounts of fat and protein, and only twenty grams of carbohydrates per day.
- If circumstances allow, at a party or ceremony, grilled chicken, soft drinks, and bottled beer are served and consumed in liberal amounts.
- His dirty blond hair, having been cut short three months previous, had grown out some, and the man had spiked it using the girls' hair gel in liberal amounts.
- Then you want a nice mayo, white vinegar, relish base, with liberal amounts of pepper, some salt and paprika.
- Remove to a large oven tray, and add liberal amounts of good olive oil and sea salt.
- Note that the patient has used liberal amounts of hair gel, hair spray, and perfume, all of which act as fuel and accelerants for a fire.
- Current tradition requires dousing the beast in a liberal amount of whisky while accompanying it with an even larger measure.
- Group scout leader Ann Pope restored the mace to its former glory with liberal amounts of metal polish, furniture wax and elbow grease, and a handing-back ceremony was arranged.
- Sprinkle a liberal amount over dry carpeting or upholstery, making sure the item is covered with a thin layer of baking soda.
- Elaine poured out a liberal amount of brandy to warm him.
- On the floor of the first gallery, a space meant to represent aridity, would be a few shallow pools of oil, small amounts of glass and liberal sprinklings of red powder.
3.1(tolerant)(ideas/views/attitude) liberal(interpretation/translation) libre
- That we shouldn't meddle in other countries if our own country needs work is also a liberal idea.
- I think it is even more important than ever that the open, generous, liberal view have a responsible and regular voice.
- A deepening conflict between the liberal intelligentsia and the government has developed over the last several years.
- They tend to be more liberal on social issues.
- The result: a man with some very liberal ideas, such as nationalized healthcare, won.
- Friends and family call me liberal, but that's not entirely true.
- His liberal family accepted his homosexuality.
- In spite of all experience they hoped that Prussia was more open to liberal ideas than Austria.
- My parents are very liberal and open so we'll be fine.
- It's not a liberal idea that will cause the ruination of civilization.
- Why do liberal ideas often connect to unhappiness?
- Western countries pride themselves on their supposedly liberal acceptance of different cultures.
- Who will defend liberal ideas against the enemy of liberal ideas?
- He's too liberal on social issues and his name sends minority communities into a rage.
- I think that these kinds of liberal ideas are pervasive in Western societies.
3.2Politicsdel Partido Liberalthe Liberal Party — el Partido Liberal
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