In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(food)comida femininemanye masculine Southern Cone slangthey do good, cheap nosh here — aquí se come bien y barato
- Even if they were semicircle instead of full-circle, my pancakes managed to survive as a decent nosh.
- Start-of-season trout fishermen cast their flies across the crystal water as I strode past, hungry for the good nosh at the Abbey Tearooms.
- It's a Mexican themed night with lots of moustaches, tequila, comedians, spicy nosh, raffles, dancing and DJs.
- This week, we have teamed up with the John Barras pub group to give away £140 of top notch nosh at the excellent Ainsty.
- If you really want to, as it were, push the boat out, you can hire a private room on this boat, which means you get some nosh as well.
- I felt the need of posh nosh today so I fired up the little blue Ford and motored down to Taunton, intent on spending an obscene amount of my weekly housekeeping on goodies from Marks & Spencer.
- You'd not go there for posh nosh but if all you're after is a reasonable cup of coffee and an honest-to-goodness everyday nibble then it does very nicely.
- Owner Kenny is planning a monster bash with heaps of free nosh (pork pies, pasta and chicken) to make his wife Star's 23rd and his daughter Nadine's 21st birthdays a time to remember.
- It is No 26 on the ‘Inn Way’ and was chock-a-block with walkers shovelling down the all day nosh.
- Nothing sours a social function like some people getting all the nosh.
- I'd just finished loading the weekend posh nosh into the boot.
- No, what used to be reasonably priced restaurant food is now expensive nosh.
- It's not posh nosh, just slightly more upmarket pub grub, so anyone after a real culinary experience should perhaps steer clear.
- For more than 20 years she has been a volunteer on the special White Rose Pullman, where diners pay as much as £60 for top nosh.
- There will be hot roasted chestnuts and other nosh from Christmas past, as well as traditional ornament-making.
- If you're like me and will be dining in glorious isolation on St Valentine's Day, your best option might be to order in some posh nosh - double helpings, of course.
- And as a result, the village has been jam-packed all week by people in posh cars coming to sample the local nosh.
- Lovely parents came back and fitted my car battery for me which has fixed the problem, so we decided to drag ourselves out and eat at Dukes which was painful but worth it to get some decent nosh in our tummies.
- Of course, I've had to ignore the fact that I don't see the point in posh nosh when a mixed grill or fry-up tastes better and costs less.
- There were hundreds of them, scoffing the free nosh and hoovering down the drink and wittering on as if they were the saviours of the world.
- Driving out to Thorganby, in York's satellite belt of wealthy commuter villages, I'd vaguely expected a fairly traditional country pub, hopefully with a nice line in posh nosh.
- After a quick nosh at Balans with Tom and Nick, the three of us set off for the Retro Bar for the quiz.
- And they are typically sad and relatively reserved events, and then afterwards you have a nosh and people tell some funny stories.
- They grab some nosh at the food court and then undertake a thorough examination of the software departments of stores all in and around the mall.
2(meal)we had a good nosh — nos dimos una comilona informal
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