In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Pizza boxes would be kicked to knock out the roaches and the mice droppings before being used for a delivery.
- And they've also found two new mutations that make the roaches more resistant to pyrethroid and related insecticides.
- I see a roach making its way toward the closet door.
- He was certain there were roaches scurrying about.
- But once we started asking questions, none of those women would say that they had ever had pests, rodents, or roaches in their homes.
- At the back of the drainboard, smack in the middle of the dishcloth, a small brown roach waved his antennae sluggishly-sick, no doubt, confusing his nights and days.
- Sofia tells them about the horrid and rancid conditions in which she lives, with fleas, vermin, roaches, and about her job cleaning the dirty sheets.
- All we could see was a small roach crawling up the wall.
- When I was a graduate student, the room we were staying in had roaches.
- For your gaming pleasure, a whole new assortment of mutant insects have been created including killer roaches, acid-shooting houseflies and fire ants.
- Wouldn't you at least make the slightest noise when there's a roach climbing up your leg?
- A roach crawled out from under the bed, making her scream.
- She told me that he refused to kill roaches and that she had seen them walking in and out of his sugar bowl.
2slang(butt of marijuana cigarette)colilla de canuto feminine informalcolilla de porro feminine informalpito masculine Chile informalchicharra feminine Colombia informalbacha de toque feminine Mexico informal
- I went from car to car in the lot, going up to people's windows when they pulled in, even people I didn't know, but nobody even had a roach.
- I had had about 10 good quality roach when I struck into a real fly away bite.
- A shoal of small roach will appear as a black cloud suspended in mid water.
- I caught another two nice roach before catching a few bream up to over five pounds.
- Both had a single bream plus plenty of small roach on feeder tactics.
- I loved to fish there and caught roach and perch as well as the odd boot.
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