In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(for pouring)jarra femininejarro masculinepichel masculine Central Americamasculine cántaro Britishlittle pitchers have big ears — hay moros en la costa
- I have a quart-sized Pyrex glass pitcher that's absolutely perfect.
- Wick downed the rest of the glass of beer and poured from the pitcher.
- Take an earthen pitcher or any suitable container which should be clean and washed properly.
- Each table had silverware and a clean glass pitcher of syrup.
- I took the small blue pitcher and began to pour the white liquid over my cereal.
- He walked to a large gold table and placed the contents on his tray-a few small cups and a pitcher of water-onto it.
- The handle in the shape of a hound dog was a popular treatment for mid-nineteenth-century pitcher handles.
- One thing I would recommend though, would be to serve the water from glass pitchers rather than white plastic.
- He poured a glass of water from a plastic pitcher and pressed it into my hands.
- The participants were then asked to sit alone in room for 12 minutes and then they were presented with a snack tray and a pitcher of water.
- Taking out a glass pitcher filled with a dark-reddish fluid, she places it on the table and then turns to the cabinets above the sink.
- She poured two glasses of iced tea from a glass pitcher.
- Her mother seated herself, pouring some water from a pitcher into her glass, before answering.
- I finally found the strength to move, I picked up the cream china pitcher and poured the cool water into the basin and washed my face.
- A 24-oz. glass and pitcher are other options, but not available at every unit.
- In front of him was a man holding a pitcher filled with some liquid.
- Under the rays of the burning sun Molly Hays ran forward carrying a large, full pitcher of water.
- Maralynne returned eventually with a full glass and a not-full pitcher.
- Dried wheat grass found in a drawer was artfully arranged in a blue glass pitcher and became a dining-table centerpiece.
- The first piece was a giraffe whose neck was the handle of a pitcher.
- Carrying a glass pitcher full of dark-brown liquid, with a healthy head of foam on it, he places it and two drinking bowls before us.
1(in baseball)lanzador masculinelanzadora femininepítcher feminine
- The catcher has to stay within the box until the pitcher delivers the ball.
- In the game, you take on the roles as the pitcher, fielder, batter, everyone with the simple control scheme.
- Most girls played softball, so finding baseball pitchers was often difficult.
- After all, the pitcher is the one player who can dominate and take control of a game.
- The Giants could be vulnerable, losing four everyday players and a starting pitcher.
- Few position players or pitchers maintain an even remotely uniform level of effectiveness.
- Then, after handing the ball over, the pitcher has to make that same march back to the dugout alone.
- Unlike a hockey goalie or a baseball pitcher, one dominant player is not enough to determine a game.
- It was a situation in which most pitchers would deliver a fastball to get the first strike.
- The pitcher threw four straight balls, and none of them were near the plate.
- The decision was made because there were no players left, no pitchers left.
- As the pitch came in, Shay and his teammate swung at the ball and together they hit a slow ground ball to the pitcher.
- See the accompanying chart for pitchers and position players with the most years of major league service.
- The pitcher fields the ball while running toward the line and flips it to the third baseman.
- No drug can eliminate that mental torment when a hitter is supposed to deliver or a pitcher is supposed to succeed.
- No matter how fast a pitcher can throw a ball, it always travels 60 feet, six inches before it is declared a strike.
- Only a handful of pitchers in major league history have struck out 19 batters in a game.
- Baseball's going to need to get a lot smarter on how to value players, especially pitchers.
- All eight patients were competitive baseball players (seven pitchers, one catcher).
- Can you tell me what the major league record is for most consecutive batters retired by a pitcher and who holds it?
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