In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(liquid) hervir a fuego lento(controversy/dispute) fermentarshe was simmering with resentment/anger — estaba a punto de estallar de resentimiento/ira
- But she was unwilling to stir up the resentment she knew was simmering in him, and she, too, remained silent.
- They set him up with a variety of jobs after his dismissal, but the resentment was simmering inside him.
- The whole thing was simmered in a mild broth, with plenty of garlic and maybe some white wine.
- This had been simmering a long time - his grandparents are Islander fans.
- He thought of the letter and his father, anger simmered so close to the surface.
- That was really the beginning of the point at which you could see this resentment that had been simmering for three decades really coming to the surface.
- At the same time, resentment simmers beneath the surface.
- But the emotions that simmered behind my carefully casual jokes and comments was not shared.
- Add chicken stock, season liberally and then simmer the soup for about 40 minutes until all the ingredients are cooked and soft.
- There must be a lot of anger and distrust simmering in the melting pot right now that isn't being reported.
- I stifled a cry, my anger simmering and beginning to subside.
- Ten years later, resentment was still simmering as Concord prepared to celebrate its bicentennial.
- And then made sure I simmered the sauce long enough to ensure the potato was cooked.
- Passing from deep snowbanks and icy air into a small narrow room with a low ceiling, a bare bulb, and a woodstove upon which simmered a pot of rose-hip tea, we commenced to be steam-cooked with hospitality.
- He's standing at the stove, simmering spaghetti sauce.
- The slightly sweetened pumpkin is simmered until very tender, then covered with garlic-flavoured yoghurt.
- Pappa al pomodoro is just what the name suggests - a pap, or mush, made by soaking and simmering stale bread in a tomato sauce.
- Skim off any froth that builds on the top - simmer them until they start to break up, then pour the lentils into the vegetable mixture.
- Don't ever underestimate the public anger still simmering over this issue.
- Well, the tension's been simmering a long time.
- The anger simmering underneath the voice was evident.
- And as he reached the door he could feel his anger still simmering beneath his calm exterior.
- Always remember to simmer the soup, not boil it.
- The meat is gently simmered for hours and hours until very tender.
- As controversy simmers this summer about problems in wheat production, some are reminded of the role a row about wheat played in the turbulent events of 1277.
- It can also lead you to erupt into violent behavior if your anger has been simmering without an outlet.
- The election for the chairman in year 2000 gave rise to these ego clashes that have continued to simmer.
- Her voice became silent as the emotions simmered, and soon, Zoe's face emerged again, and she was drying her tears.
- Name all your ingredients with the correct measurements given and the length of time you would simmer the stew.
- During the whole process I pretended to be engrossed in the novel, although a strong sense of indignation was simmering within.
- If you like a lighter, thinner sauce that tastes like the tomatoes weren't simmered for hours, it's worth a trip to a natural food store like Whole Foods to find this line.
- Second, simmer the sauce for as long and over as low a heat as possible.
- The natural cycle of a charcoal fire in a kettle barbecue matches the stages of cooking paella: browning the chicken, simmering the broth, and cooking the rice.
- The resulting cooking liquid is simmered, seasoned, and served as the accompanying sauce.
- Try simmering it in chicken stock before you mash it, or perhaps adding it in small cubes to a bean soup.
- But anger is still simmering, and policymakers would be wise to heed it.
- For the young, brought up on MTV and quickie meals and express lines, will spending hours and hours lovingly simmering a pot of degchi mutton be something futile and unimaginable?
1(food/liquid) hervir a fuego lento
1to keep sth at a / on the simmer — dejar que algo hierva a fuego lento
- bring it to a simmer and add the carrots — cuando rompa el hervor, añada las zanahorias
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