There are 2 main translations of mace in Spanish

: mace1mace2

mace1

maza, n.

Pronunciation /meɪs//meɪs/

noun

History Military Art

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    maza feminine
    • Bullets were scarce, however, so the guns quickly gave way to pikes, swords, kendo sticks, maces, and dirks.
    • These weapons, such as clubs, maces, axes, and hammers, are as old as warfare and are certainly the oldest form of weapon wielded by man and his ancestors.
    • He and his troops were well-equipped with glaives, maces, battle axes, and long bows.
    • There were at least eight guards there, holding weapons from maces to swords to lances.
    • They also carried broad swords and maces to use when an enemy got in too close.

There are 2 main translations of mace in Spanish

: mace1mace2

mace2

macis, n.

Pronunciation /meɪs//meɪs/

noun

Cooking

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    macis feminine
    macia feminine
    • Spices such as coriander, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, mace and nutmeg are ideal for winter soups and paprika helps provide a rich colour, says Bridget Jones.
    • I was supposed to sprinkle the top with clove and mace but I was out of mace so I used nutmeg instead.
    • When cooked, remove the skin and place the fish in a pie dish in layers with the sliced eggs, knobs of butter, pepper and mace.
    • Cloves, mace and nutmeg are all used as flavouring agents in cooking.
    • Mix together an ounce of each of the following ingredients: mace, nutmeg, cloves, caraway seeds and cinnamon.
    • The principal exports are nutmeg, bananas, cocoa, and mace.
    • In a wide shallow pan, melt the butter and then add the mace and cayenne pepper.
    • It was also the only time of year, we would use some of the really wacky spices in our spice drawer, like mace, and allspice and poultry seasoning.
    • A spice that increases the body's temperature, like cinnamon, nutmeg, and mace, is a warm spice.
    • Mince it, not too finely with fat pork and bacon bits, season it with juniper, thyme and mace then bake the pate slowly, covered with foil, in a roasting tin half filled with water.
    • Before La Varenne, court cuisine had over-emphasized the use of sugar and such sweet spices as cloves, mace, cardamom or nutmeg.
    • Place the pumpkin, ice cream, milk and cinnamon, nutmeg and mace into a blender.
    • Other spices are produced for local consumption and export, including mace, cinnamon, and cloves.
    • They too were trying to get to the East Indies, where nutmeg, mace, pepper and cloves could be bought.
    • They wanted to trade: the market at home was eager (at one time or another) for spices - pepper, nutmeg, mace and cloves.
    • Chillies, turmeric, ginger, mace, saffron, nutmeg, poppy seeds, garlic, cloves, bay leaves, and curry leaves are among the most commonly used spices.
    • To prepare, pour 250 ml white wine vinegar into a pan, add ½ small shallot, sliced, a blade of mace and ¼ teaspoon black peppercorns.
    • This was for fried fish spiced with all-spice, cloves, turmeric, black pepper, garlic and the other spice that comes with nutmeg, mace.
    • The finer spices consist of cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and mace, which shared the fact that the places where they were grown were rather select, hence, the limited supply.
    • Among the spices specified are ginger, nutmeg, mace, cloves, and saffron; caraway seeds seem always to have been included.

There are 2 main translations of mace in Spanish

: mace1mace2

Mace

Pronunciation /meɪs//meɪs/

noun

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    (tear gas)
    • You can't pull your gun, no Mace - why don't we just arm-wrestle to see if you go to jail?
    • [But] why put deadbolt locks on your doors and stock up on cans of Mace and then decide to leave your windows open?
    • Squall remembered that she had used Mace on Scalpel.
    • But it would be just my luck if the girl of my dreams took a dislike to me, had a big can of Mace and an itchy trigger finger.
    • To reassure herself, she touched the handful of explosive caplets of Mace in one coat pocket and checked that she had all five mini-DVDs in her other pocket next to her recorder.

    gas para defensa personal