In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ordeño masculine Spainordeña feminine Latin Americato do the milking — ordeñar
- before noun milking machine — ordeñadora
- milking parlor / (British) parlour — corral de ordeño
- He sat there for the longest time, just drinking his glass of milk.
- Look for low-fat, fat-free or reduced-fat milk, buttermilk, cheeses, yogurt and sour cream.
- A third of children drinking plain milk suffered from diarrhoea, compared to none of those supplemented with the probiotic.
- Paul sat down on the couch and drank his glass of milk.
- Lisa was sitting at the kitchen table, quietly drinking a glass of milk.
- Keep in mind also that I use soy milk only in my coffee: on those rare occasions when I drink a glass of milk or eat a bowl of cereal, it's dairy skim.
- It's therefore advisable to boil untreated milk before drinking it.
- He, too, picked up his glass of milk and started to drink it.
- They say you don't get enough calcium if you don't drink milk.
- Add the heavy cream and milk, stirring continuously until smooth and velvety in consistency.
- Ask what their favourite sandwich is and give them a small carton of milk or a yogurt drink as a treat.
- One of my childhood babysitters used to tell me that I'd turn into chocolate milk if I drank too much of it.
- He sat in the blue midnight and drank a glass of milk.
- Lower-fat versions of milk. cottage cheese, and yogurt are valuable sources of proteins and fit easily into a daily diet.
- As a boy he would not drink milk or eat eggs, though he could cook with both.
- I drank a glass of milk before making a cheese, peanut butter and lettuce sandwich.
- We have more than enough to make feta and soft goat cheeses, with milk left over for drinking and cooking.
- Add the cream cheese and milk to the spinach mixture.
- I shrugged and went down to the cafeteria, ordering a bagel, cream cheese and chocolate milk instead of the nauseating vegetarian soup.
- Another important source of nutrition is milk in various forms such as fresh or sour milk, sour cream, buttermilk, whey, cheese, and butter.
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