In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1masculine bocadomasculine tragofeminine bocanadathat's ridiculous, she said between mouthfuls — —eso es ridículo —dijo entre bocado y bocado
- he ate it in a single mouthful — se lo comió de un bocado
- it's a bit of a mouthful (to say) — (long) es larguísimo
- I highly recommend against sneezing when you have a mouthful of chocolate.
- During the second I was under I swallowed a mouthful of salt water and got plenty in my eyes.
- Adam swallowed a mouthful of stew before responding and I bit my lip not to laugh.
- She spooned out a mouthful of the fruit and cream extending her arm towards him.
- As I came to the end of it I burst into tears, without warning, in the middle of a mouthful of grilled cheese sandwich.
- There was a twinge of regret inside of her, but she quickly chewed on a mouthful of salad to take her mind off of things.
- It's not going to be funny when someone who can't have nut products gets a mouthful of the wrong food and goes into shock.
- Then he took a mouthful of his drink and then put the glass in my face.
- He put the groceries away, drank a mouthful of whiskey, and fell into a dead sleep that would last nearly fifteen hours.
- He sat back up and pointed to the sandwich as he took a mouthful of apple.
- Mario introduces Lina to Italian food and soon she is filling up on mouthfuls of pasta and Parmesan.
- Korina swallowed a mouthful of food and looked over at Cat as she sat down on the couch next to Matthew.
- Elissa plonked her books on a space beside her and took a mouthful of rice.
- Ideally, no matter how small a journalists' salary, he should not sell his integrity for a mouthful of rice.
- Yes, in the moment of passion and with a mouthful of Chinese food you said you'd be my shield and sword.
- A mouthful of peanuts with some salt and vinegar crisps, that works just fine.
- Pete shortly reappeared with a grin and a mouthful of freshly cooked sausage.
- Anna dipped her spoon into the bowl and took a mouthful of soup.
- Rocky smiled with a mouthful of food and gave a thumbs up, oblivious to his mother, who was frowning across the table.
- The coffee he would accept, but though he tried, he could not swallow a mouthful of food.
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