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/cloth) humedecermoisten the sponge with sherry — humedecer el bizcocho con jerez
- Martina moistens her lips, looking down the hallway towards the ICU area.
- Slightly moisten the rock salt with the water and spread on a tray large enough to take the oysters.
- He slowed his pace slightly and swallowed to moisten his fear-parched throat.
- Encourage roots to grow downward by watering enough to moisten the soil about 6 inches down.
- He paused, moistening his lower lip, nervous of her reaction.
- Dredge the bones in flour to coat, slightly moistening the bones with reserved liquid if necessary to make starch adhere.
- To grow poppies, simply cultivate the area, rake smooth and moisten the soil.
- Alicia licked her lips, trying to moisten her parched mouth.
- Gel is better than lotion, she says, because it moistens and soothes the skin without penetrating it and causing more irritation.
- To obtain each sample, 4 sterile cotton-tipped applicators were slightly moistened in sterile saline and swabbed along the length of the shaft.
- This compound expands when moistened and begins the process of separating the block of stone from the quarry wall.
- Jonnie moistens his lips and asks the question a second time.
- A fitness facial for men will cleanse hydrate, moisten and refresh the skin.
- Just make sure the roses receive enough water to moisten the soil to a depth of 18 inches every week during the growing season.
- A well-prepared turducken is a marvelous treat, a free-form poultry terrine layered with flavorful stuffing and moistened with duck fat.
- Water the garden thoroughly the day before planting to moisten the soil.
- I lick my lips trying to moisten my mouth a bit and speak.
- Blinking produces tears that can help moisten and lubricate your eyes.
- Basal tears are shed continually in order to moisten and protect the surface of the eye.
- The fine powder has to be slightly moistened and formed into granules to make a product which will dissolve without bedding down into a lumpy mass.
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