In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of person)piel femininemasculine cutisfeminine pielfeminine tezfeminine piel(cream) para la piel(disease) de la piel(disease) cutáneoI can't wear wool next to my skin — no puedo soportar la lana en contacto con la piel
- she has good/bad skin — tiene muy buen/mal cutis
- his dark skin — su tez / piel oscura
- they're sisters under the skin — en el fondo son muy parecidas
- he really gets inside the skin of his characters — se identifica totalmente con sus personajes
- by the skin of one's teeth — por los pelos
- she caught the plane by the skin of her teeth — no perdió el avión por un pelo / por los pelos
- it's no skin off my nose — ¿a mí qué me importa?
- it's no skin off her nose / back if you don't see a doctor — no es ella la que se perjudica si tú no vas al médico
- to be all skin and bones — estar en los huesos
- to get under sb's skin — crisparle los nervios a algn
- to have a thick skin — ser insensible a las críticas
- to have a thin skin — ser muy susceptible a las críticas
- to have sb under one's skin — estar loco por algn
- to give sb some skin — chocar las manos con algn — para celebrar
- to jump / leap / be frightened out of one's skin
- I nearly jumped out of my skin when ... — casi me muero del susto cuando ...
- skin care — cuidado de la piel / del cutis
- skin wound — herida superficial
- His lightly muscled tanned bare skin glistened in the sun and he felt very much like an article on display.
- His fair skin was burned on his cheeks because they were very rosy.
- Robert tried to fight the creature with his gun, but the bullets couldn't penetrate its thick skin.
- Typical teen problems like zits had not touched his flawless pale skin.
- The woman turns around, her dark brown skin glowing with the warmth of her smile.
- "In the past lasers couldn't safely penetrate darker pigmented skin, " Dr Weiss said.
- Her smooth ivory skin glistened with passion induced perspiration.
- Long thin scars and old bite marks were scattered over the dark leathery skin of the demons' bodies.
- The light never touched his soft, tan skin.
- In simple terms, these products won't block pores or irritate sensitive skin.
- His caramel colored skin glowed when he was happy.
- She paused, looking up so Yuko was looking at the creamy pale skin of her throat.
- Her exposed skin tingled against the cold, and she was so fervently trembling she was certain she would faint.
- A tuberculin skin test result is positive in less than 50 percent of patients.
- Sarah felt the warmth in her cheeks and the soft carpet caressing the sensitive skin between her bare toes.
- If moisturizer doesn't cure your itchy dry skin, schedule an appointment with your doctor.
- An assortment of bruises in varying shade of purple and blue speckled my usually smooth, olive colored skin.
- Every time his hands touched the bare skin of her neck, it sent shivers throughout her whole body.
- He leaned in towards her, caressing her exposed creamy skin with uncharacteristic gentleness.
- Every inch of exposed skin was tanned from the sun, but not to an extreme.
1.2(of animal, bird, fish)piel feminine
- The wearing of skins as normal clothing was unknown for both the Saxons and the Vikings.
- The ambitious divorcee noted how he made the skins of these dead animals so soft and supple.
- It is no coincidence that the process of turning animal skins into leather is called tanning.
- But does this change of heart over furry fashions mean that real fur and skins are here to stay?
- The Inuit made all their clothing from various animal skins and hides.
- In many places in India the traditional Coracle is made by blowing up the skin of a dead buffalo, stitching it together and sitting on it like using a large float.
- It had fresco brick wall sides peaking upward as if inside a tent, there were tanned pelts of animal skins as tapestries on the wall.
- At first Pryce thought they were wearing furs or skins of a striped animal, but then determined that their bodies were painted.
- Tanning, the process that converts raw hides or skins into leather, utilizes hazardous substances such as chromium and phenol.
- Here's one that's really important because we've got a lot of sports fans in this town: touching the skin of a dead pig makes one unclean.
- Leopard skins, neo-traditionalist insignia, made frequent appearances at the installation of chiefs.
- He doffed his cap, also made from the skin of a dead animal - I later learned it was a raccoon.
- Equally important this season are textures, so there are generous lashings of exotic skins, suedes, leathers and horsehair.
- They attempt to kill the bigger crocodiles for their skins, but this is a dangerous profession; it's difficult to bag a full grown male.
- In Masume he sold chamois skins to tanneries and there began his interest in leather.
- When Galster happened upon a stall with three adult clouded leopard skins on display, he knew he was on to something.
- The Sun Dance ceremony practised by Plains Indians required the skins of dead animals in order to glorify the spirit of the wolf.
- Millions of us manage to make a living every day without wearing the skins of dead minks.
- The court martial comes quickly and my newly sewed on stripes are ripped from my sleeve like the skin of a dead catfish.
- Handbags and clothing are crafted from animal skins.
1.3feminine pielfeminine pielfeminine cáscara
- If you dried out banana skins, and smoked them, you would hallucinate immediately.
- Wheat bran and the skins of fruits and vegetables are sources of insoluble fiber.
- The fruit is eaten as a vegetable, the inner skin is ground into meal, and oil is extracted from the seeds.
- Peel the skin from the roast pepper halves and cut the stem off the aubergine halves.
- The skins were peeled from frozen berries to avoid mixing with pulp.
- The skin itself contains more tannin and, in black grapes, a colouring pigment.
- Simply peel away the outer skin of the kiwi and place in a hard-cooked egg slicer.
- Remove the tomatoes with a slotted spoon, and peel off the skins while still warm.
- The skins provide red wine with its colour and contain the highest concentration of polyphenols, potent antioxidants.
- Fruit skins were prepared fresh without eliminating physiological stress reactions prior to testing.
- Pull out the stems and peel the skins off the peppers.
- Making their way through the fruit skins and the heaps of garbage they start out towards the bus stand.
- I bit into the peach and the fragile skin broke, filling my mouth with juice and peach meats.
- Kitchen garbage, like the parts of vegetables that are not eaten and discarded fruit skins, may be utilized as compost.
- Then, using a swivel vegetable peeler, peel off the skin.
- The next day I began taking hardcore drugs - dried banana skins.
- The fruit is shaped like but smaller than a pear, and has a shiny brown scaly skin.
- The skins and zest were peeled and the clementines were sectioned.
- However, wine yeast occurs in honey and the skins of sugar-rich fruits, and fermentation would have set in quickly in the hot climate.
- The dried fruit skins are ground and provide a cheap alternative to coffee.
1.4(of sausage)piel feminine
- Peel the skins from the sausages - this is easiest if you slit the skin with the point of a knife then pull off the skins.
- In another casserole, put the luganica sausage, free of skin and reduced to crumbs, and a little oil and fry until it starts to brown.
- Squeeze the sausage meat out of the sausages and discard the skins.
- After less than a minute, the mixture was ready for the sausage machine, where skins (sheep and pig casing) are filled and the links twisted by hand.
- In developing countries gut skins dominate the sausage market.
- It is a pudding in the old sense of something enclosed in a sausage skin.
- Then, I imagine, it is pumped into sausage skins and served in a bun smothered in ketchup and mustard.
- Nicknamed bangers because of their tendency to explode if the skins are not pierced before frying, sausages have come a long way.
1.5feminine natafeminine capa dura
- It is chilly enough that where the water is calm a skin of ice has formed.
- Galaxies of lights festooned the vessel, and the living skin of gold covered the gaping holes of cannon-barrels.
- The skin is covered with small denticles, or scales, pointing backwards.
- Symbolic skins are the surfaces that we encounter in our daily lives - on the surfaces of our bodies, in our homes, at work, and on the street.
- The distinctive bumpy skins are used to cover up wounds and to protect them from infection while they heal.
- Air must be excluded from the can by a tight-fitting lid, or a skin can form in the can.
- Islam is just the outer skin of an onion covering animism, Hinduism and other ancient mysteries.
- Meanwhile, thick layers of slate-colored skins began covering their exposed muscles.
- To make matters worse, spinach was often on the menu and there was a skin on the milk they served for breakfast.
2(of vehicle, plane, ship, building)revestimiento masculine
- It was going up to the 27th floor, so they had to peel the skin off of the building and peel the windows out.
- The longerons were good and did not need replacement but we did replace some skins on the lower fuselage.
- Lux Studios preserved its exterior skin and opted for all new interiors.
- Obviously, there's some damage to the exterior skin; a couple of panels that have come off.
- The stair and theatre foyers are complex folded volumes that reiterate the language of the building skin.
- The building skin has been constructed, conceptually, from a melding of the two.
- The hole in the floor was covered with a sliding panel flush with the aircraft's skin.
- The wing has been detached from the fuselage to facilitate repairs to portions of the wing skin.
- It takes only a few hours to apply the skin to the structures and to close the village off from the elements.
- This suggests that the explosive was placed directly on the aircraft's skin.
- With the wing structure complete, the wings were then covered with aircraft grade mahogany skin.
- Check for wrinkles in the fuselage skin where the main gear leg goes into the fuselage.
- Oddly enough, he could see sparks fly as the bullets impacted the skin of the aircraft.
- Along the fuselage belly, the skin exhibited extreme bulging typical of corrosion damage.
- It took four months to model the skin, a curvilinear structure and the auditorium interior and ceiling.
- If your home has cavity walls (two separate skins of brick), filling the gap with insulating foam halves the energy loss.
- Airlines including El Al are developing guns which will disable hijackers but not pierce the skin of an aircraft.
- The men swung axes and hammers into the aluminum skin on the tapering wings and fuselages.
- Herzog & de Meuron's abiding interest in building skins is aggressively advanced at the Walker.
- Originally, the aluminum skin of the building was not supposed to have color accents, says Stern.
3(for water, wine)odre masculinepellejo masculine
- He instead took the job of filling their water skins.
- He shakes his wine skin and hops off of the branch in which he was sitting and walks to a small stream and fills his skin.
- She found the vial, and poured it into one of the almost-empty water skins.
- He had finished washing his knife and had started filling up their water skins for the night.
- The water skin filled, quickly, and out of the top a stream of water burst out.
- The food supplies are gone and their water skins are empty.
- The three were given water skins and enough food for a week.
- They reached the food store, and Lydia immediately grabbed a few skins of water.
- Amarice refilled the water skins while a few others went off exploring.
- Three days passed, and the water skins were quite empty, the meager provisions long finished.
- A deep, clear lake centered the oasis, and the first thing both riders did when they arrived was fill their skins full of the life-giving water.
- She then filled the skins with it and hurried back to the campsite.
- Lin appeared with the skins used for canteens, two filled with water and two with ale.
- After Larken had refilled their water skins in the nearby creek, she began to build a fire.
- By then, help had arrived in the form of an annoyed looking healer, Julan and Wethin trailing him and holding water skins awkwardly.
- The company watered the horses and filled the water skins on the wagon with water, and everything was tied down and given a last check.
- At about noon we found another stream and refilled our water skins.
- It contained food for three lunches as well as some small water skins.
- For example, will it be possible to use custom skins or will you release tools to allow users to build custom levels?
- The white console is customisable too, with the ability to swap everything from the console's faceplate to the skins on the software interface.
- Not only can you download skins, but GQradio comes with a built-in skin editor so you can unleash your creative spirit.
- They swapped modding techniques and hundreds of custom skins over the website message board.
- Do you have any plans to offer support for the mod community that likes to create original skins and custom levels?
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1(animal) despellejar(animal) desollarto skin sb alive — arrancarle la piel a tiras a algn
- skin the tomatoes — quíteles la piel a los tomates
2(scrape)(elbow/knee) despellejar(knee/elbow) pelar
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