In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(thick mixture)pasta femininemeat/fish paste — paté de carne/pescado masculine
- Mosquito and ant bites can be relieved by the application of a moist bicarbonate of soda paste.
- The pizza tasted much better than it looked, tangy tomato paste, nice, moist pan-style dough.
- Michael sat her down on a stool before the fire and told her what he needed, and she produced a little stone jar of thick amber paste.
- Place the coriander, walnuts, garlic, juice and Parmesan in a food processor with half a tsp salt and some pepper, whizz and add oil until a thick paste has formed.
- Drain and make into a thick, smooth paste by adding a little water.
- The artist holds your hand, painting the moist paste with a steady stroke, building the design element by element.
- Next add the ginger, turmeric and oil and work the ingredients into a thick brown paste.
- When slightly thick, add the paste of milk powder and ghee.
- Dissolve the ground paste in thick buttermilk; add salt and pumpkin.
- The sweet version is also delicious, as the soft rice and bean paste seem to melt together.
- As with all the Deities of this pilgrimage, it is covered in a thick coating of sandalwood paste which is re-applied several times a day.
- Add all the other ingredients except the tomato paste and herbs, bring to the boil, then simmer gently, stirring occasionally for two to three hours.
- The small bits of fruit had disintegrated into a sweet, thick paste, just right to hold the tart surprise of the larger pieces.
- The skin is tacky, and quickly gives way to a thick, stringy paste of sugar.
- The most special offering to Lord Ganesha is the modakam, a ball of sweet coconut/jaggery fill, covered with a thick rice paste.
- Inquiries regarding the basic ingredients of the meat paste were not addressed directly, rather the previous comment was reissued.
- One of the biggest changes that Hogwarth has seen over the years is a move away from royal icing to softer sugar paste.
- In the past, stone presses inefficiently coaxed oil from thick olive paste.
- Its thick, sweet paste of a sesame sauce overwhelmed the innocent vegetable.
- Ginger shrimp smacked of iodine and were burdened with a thick, harshly bitter paste of a sauce.
- You must also carefully rinse the entire wall surface so there are no traces of paste or wallpaper stripper remaining behind, before you paint.
- Most professionals apply paste even to pre-pasted wallpaper.
- It was a brilliant speck of chilli in a sea of wallpaper paste.
- I could see a few election posters here and there and some people hanging around those tables that you use to put paste on the back of wallpaper.
- Aidan launched himself at me, squeaking, and covered me in flour and something that looked suspiciously like wall-paper paste.
- We had boiled potatoes and steamed cod, served with sauce that could have passed for wallpaper paste.
- You can buy the wallpaper paste at your hardware store.
- Like visitors pretending they hadn't noticed the damp odour of fresh wallpaper paste, the opposition averted their eyes and didn't mention a thing.
- I'm not sure if the tape they provide have any thermal conductivity properties, but you can easily use your favorite thermal epoxy or paste.
- A handy tip is to give the walls one or two coats of emulsion or a coat of paste before you wallpaper.
- For newer plastic-coated papers, ask your wallpaper store for the correct paste.
- Once they reach the house, however, it's back to normal as Charlie all but smothers his boss in wallpaper paste and leaves the house in ruins.
- Use an Electric Steamer: An electric steamer can be used as an alternative to a chemical remover for softening the wallpaper paste.
- Halfway through the meal the pasta is congealed - a rubbery blob of gooey stuff fit only for use as paste to stick fliers to subway walls.
- The sticky nature of gluten has been utilized as a paper and fabric glue, as in making papier-mâché and wallpaper paste.
- Developed by Watts over five years, the product comes in rolls and is applied with wallpaper paste, so it is easy to strip off later if required.
- On the contrary, the appearance of the soggy paper and paste looked rather ugly.
- Is it magic, ghosts, or a weird adhesive concocted from ancient wallpaper paste, tobacco smoke and grime?
- The main weapon used in the battle against leaves is a substance called Sandite. It looks like gritty wallpaper paste and it helps trains to get a better grip on the rails.
- Just about every one of your favourite bands at one point was standing on a street corner with a bucket full of wallpaper paste and a paintbrush.
- His daughter Queen Elizabeth I was the first to wear paste jewellery to make herself look richer that she really was.
- The shop was promoting gold brooches from six shillings and sixpence, and gilt paste brooches from one shilling.
- In its original sense enamel is glass or vitreous paste fused to a prepared surface, usually of metal, by means of intense heat.
- The necklace shown in Plate VII is set with paste stones replicating emeralds.
- They jumped as a lady dressed in rags and paste jewels stepped inside the room.
2(glue)engrudo masculineflour-and-water paste — engrudo masculine
- wallpaper paste — pegamento
3(imitation gem)estrás masculineall her jewels are paste — todas sus joyas son de fantasía / bisutería
- before noun paste diamond — estrás
1(wallpaper) aplicar pegamento a(wallpaper) aplicar cola ato paste sth into / onto sth — pegar algo en algo
2slang(beat)he got pasted in the final set — en el último set lo hicieron bolsa Southern Cone informal
- the critics pasted her novel — los críticos le pusieron la novela por el suelo / por los suelos
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