In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(building, machine)molino masculineto go through the mill — vérselas negras
- it can take months for an application to go through the administrative mill — el trámite de una solicitud puede llevar meses de papeleo
- to put sb through the mill — hacerle sudar la gota gorda a algn
- In Hobart and Launceston the colonists captured the waters of nearby streams to power flour mills.
- Urban Splash will then turn its attention to other projects in the town - with renovations of old mills and the building of new apartments both likely.
- To complete a second mill, growers were charged higher fees, resulting in the defection of many Depression-weary members.
- The grinding or rolling of grain can produce acceptable swine feeds if the mills are operated correctly.
- In colonial America, small streams powered rural grist mills and sawmills.
- Mr Naeem in his petition pointed out that as many as 100 flour mills have been closed down in the province due to non-availability of wheat.
- Built in the 1950s as a flour mill, this huge brick building was used for only 20 years before it was abandoned.
- This is the case for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, edible oils and fats, grain and feed mills, bakeries and ice cream factories.
- One older farmer, John, came into the mill today with a bag of wheat he's just harvested.
- Once upon a time, there was a handful of organic grain farmers in New York and one organic flour mill.
- Terrestrial centrifugal grinding mills and density-separation jigs can be adapted for this work.
- The agriculture-based industry like cold stores, rice mills and flour mills had come to a grinding halt.
- The co-op has also just purchased its own whole-wheat flour mill (albeit used).
- The hand mill for grinding flour was knocked over and she righted it, but as she looked around her, she realized there was not enough here for her to start again.
- The town boasted three flour mills, a bakery, a tannery, several breweries, shops and rows and rows of little cottages.
- These water mill agencies each operated a mill, making flour for the Food Services Bureau of the imperial palaces as well as for other residents of the capital city.
- In flour mills and food processing plants, insects that survive an insecticide treatment could live on food or crumbs left by poor sanitation.
- At mills or bakeries, barley flour can be added to flours from other grains for baking.
- The first industries, which developed at the beginning of the twentieth century, included a brewery, a chocolate factory, and a flour mill.
- He recently finished a series of photos of old grist mills.
- Then, just a short distance from the church, the archaeologists discovered evidence of metalworking, a mill and farm buildings.
- Derelict flour mills on the River Roach could become a new marine development, possibly including waterside homes and moorings.
- Formed out of an old flour mill, the building has a powerful green pre-patinated louvred wall which modifies sun penetration of the interior.
- Last year the company closed several grain mills in NSW.
- The automobile assembly plants in Detroit, the flour mills in Minneapolis, and the stockyards in Chicago were all urban institutions.
- The fish is seasoned with salt and a few twists of a mill containing peppercorns and allspice berries.
- Also at odds with the ‘fine dining’ experience were the salt and pepper shakers on each table - not a pepper or salt mill in sight.
- A thick paper (and later a lightweight metal) coin with a round hole in the center, the mill was worth one-tenth of a cent.
- Starting in 1933 the sales tax rate in Utah was 2% and each token was worth one mill, or a tenth of a cent.
- I remember the mill, a piece of currency that was used for a few years near the end of World War II and just after.
2(grinder for pepper etc)molinillo masculine
3cotton mill — fábrica de tejidos — de algodón
- paper mill — papelera
- saw mill — aserrío
- steel mill — fundición de acero
2(process)(lumber) aserrar(lumber) serrar(steel) laminar(cloth) abatanar(cloth) batanar
3(with milling machine)fresarmilled edge — canto acordonado
1(circulate)(crowd) dar vueltas(crowd) pulular(crowd) arremolinarsea milling crowd — un remolino de gente
- confused thoughts were milling around inside her head — pensamientos confusos le daban vueltas en la cabeza / bullían en su cabeza
- the guests milled about / around outside the church waiting for news — los invitados daban vueltas fuera de la iglesia a la espera de noticias
(in US)milésima de dólar feminine
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