In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1agradablea very palatable wine — un vino de muy buen paladar
- he tried to make the figures more palatable — trató de que las cifras resultaran más aceptables
- they present history to children in a palatable form — les presentan la historia a los niños de una manera agradable
- You can relish the palatable dishes while enjoying the panoramic view by the beach side.
- All the drinks below are very palatable, however, and have the ability to be cellared and drunk as required.
- The distillery's regular version delivers palatable flavours of red fruits, spice and vanilla.
- With the surprisingly palatable local wine, a three-course meal worked out at less than £8 a head.
- Apparently now they are more palatable but lacking in food value.
- There was a wide range of palatable food and several party pieces were forthcoming afterwards.
- Every Sunday, a palatable Champagne brunch is offered at the hotel's Garden Cafe.
- However, the mice did not eat the palatable food long enough or in sufficient quantity to maintain weight.
- He put the cup to his lips and swallowed a mouthful of surprisingly palatable coffee.
- My cancer-busting tea is tasting slightly more palatable and I also tried a session of acupuncture.
- If food is reasonably palatable, we tend to eat what is put in front of us.
- Only so much conference and hotel food is palatable and I was glad to be able to leave to set off home.
- Try telling any man that his meat's not palatable and see what happens!
- We're talking about very palatable foods, high in fat and high in sugar.
- They offer palatable meat, but have not been sought after in the same way as true lobsters or prawns.
- Any £6 wine from Italy that uses grapes from Old Vines should deliver a very interesting and palatable wine.
- So, the key to making palatable frozen food was to freeze it quickly.
- This is a very palatable wine that aims for broad appeal at a knockdown price.
- I actually had a menu from which to make my meal selection and the food was incredibly palatable.
- Most food is equally palatable hot or cold, apart from very high-fat foods, which stick around the mouth unpleasantly when cold.
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