In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(soil/surface/climate) húmedo(cake) no secoto be moist with sth — estar húmedo de algo
- her eyes were moist with tears — tenía los ojos húmedos (de lágrimas)
- We sit there for a few minutes in a moist and slightly humid (but definitely not steamy) room.
- Potatoes are smothered in onions and garlic and the whole thing is slightly moist, yet oven-browned.
- Bean rust favors cool, moist weather and is further enhanced by varieties susceptible to the pathogen's many races.
- Again, utmost caution is in order, because the wrapping paper is very moist and likely to tear.
- Where the hills were burned, the soil was already moist and fertile-looking.
- Both leaf floras and paleoclimatic models imply that the Potomac Group climate was moist and subtropical.
- Cooked, the grains are moist and slightly stickier than long-grain rice.
- The temperate climate, mild and moist, has ensured the development of an abundance of plant and animal life.
- I'm getting a slightly golden loaf with a moist and firm texture, and an interesting slightly fermented taste.
- I wipe the pieces with a slightly moist, very serf sponge and then begin to apply my three coats of Velvet base color.
- Roof maintenance is best done during the spring, or during times of extended cool, moist weather.
- This makes the cabbage tender, and the filling moist and slightly crumbly.
- It thrives in our moist climate and is relatively free of pests and diseases.
- Anyway, if you want to spend some time in a warm, moist climate, I would recommend a trip to the Congo Basin.
- These factors combine to produce a climate that, while moist and tropical in the summer, may bring extended periods without rain.
- It was caused by a combination of unusually warm, moist weather and a down rush of cold air.
- A dry, crumbly or even slightly cloddy surface with moist, fine soil at seeding depth gives the crop a good head start over the weeds.
- You can substitute regular milk for these scones; they will be slightly drier than these, however, which are nicely moist.
- Darjeeling tea, grown at a higher altitude and in a cool, moist climate, is called the ‘champagne of teas’.
- For one thing, the moist tropical climate works against the preservation of such delicate artwork.
- The sods were heavy and moist and had to be handled carefully or else all the work was in vain.
- In late May, the young plants should be hardened off in a cold frame for a few days before planting in a sunny spot and a fertile, moist but well-drained soil.
- Our moist, or relatively moist, temperate climate is actually what underpins our biological economy and our production.
- With the onset of moist weather, spores are produced and are spread to healthy wheat plants by splashing rain.
- Warm air, slightly moist, caressed her jaw line, swept back the tension from its clenched fist.
- She was in a moist climate, with temperature and humidity that wouldn't have allowed for this.
- It was baked just right, nice and moist, with a slightly crispy outer crust.
- Her eyes on his retreating form, a sigh of relief escaped Callie's slightly moist lips, and she swiped at them unconsciously.
- Ten hours later, we were in Mexico, stepping off an plane into a wall of moist, hot, heavy air.
- For example, a hot, moist climate might produce leaf form similar to a cooler, dry climate because heat exacerbates water stress.
- The combination of flat land and a mild, moist climate has made the Netherlands a paradise for dairy cattle.
- I would guess that the moist weather pattern that we are currently experiencing would persist for at least a week or two.
- Tucumán is a small but naturally fertile province, with a moist microclimate in which sugar plantations and lemon groves flourish.
- A good time to apply them is just after a bath, while the skin is still slightly moist.
- Ginseng grows in a cold and slightly moist environment.
- How does one grow regionally adapted beans for moist climates?
- Hand picking is especially effective during moist weather conditions.
- Ants love sandy soil so if you add plenty of humus, such as compost, you'll end up with dark, moist, friable soil and no ants.
- In Victoria, many of the heaviest rainfall events occur when a depression develops over the State within an existing moist airmass.
- They sat down on the slightly moist grass and stared out into the cloudy sky.
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