In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(lust/appetite) saciar literaryto be sated with sth — estar ahíto de algo literary
- People suffering from Prader-Willi need half as many calories as normal but have an appetite that cannot be sated, which usually means that they are clinically obese.
- His hunger was sated for the time being, but he decided to continue browsing.
- After everyone had sated their hunger, the group all climbed into Kevin's car.
- The soldier was exhausted, and the meager food failed to sate his gnawing hunger, but he wasn't alone or afraid any longer.
- Two years before, he had begun writing to them, asking for photos, information, anything to sate a schoolboy's appetite for space exploration.
- I want some real food; something to sate my hunger and soothe my stomach.
- Successful gladiators are those who not only sate the crowd's desire for blood, but do so in an entertaining fashion.
- Valerie tossed him the flask of juice, which he drank just as quickly, sating his thirst.
- However, eating nuts helps to sate the appetite, and studies suggest this tends to lead to a reduction in our intake of other foods.
- My savoury yearnings were sated by now, though the whole Camembert fondu with Chablis and garlic was very tempting.
- Since he had sated his hunger he found that his senses were even sharper.
- As always, there's a lot more than multiplex fare to sate your cinematic desires this season.
- Just a warning for light eaters, the generous portion should be shared by at least two persons as this particular dish will quickly sate your appetite as it is incredibly rich.
- It's a wealth of extras that should sate any fan's desire for supplemental material.
- When you fuel yourself with foods that your body is craving, make a note of how they've sated your appetite or how you felt after eating them.
- He was hungry all the time and nothing could sate his appetite.
- Nuts are high in monounsaturated ‘good’ fats and a handful may sate an overzealous appetite.
- Maybe if they gave her something to sate her hunger, she'd finally be silent.
- The result would sate media appetite for star content while saving the studios huge sums of money.
- Champagne was ready, along with flowers and a menu designed to sate the finest appetite.
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