In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(consistency/mixture) espeso como jarabe
- I've had a lot of anticlimactic hot chocolate drinks lately: they're all syrupy, sickly and goopy.
- Just moments after he'd swallowed the syrupy liquid his coughing ceased.
- This condition causes your blood sugar to become so high that your blood actually becomes thick and syrupy.
- I'm a baby when it comes to Iced Tea: I like it syrupy and sweet.
- Stop when you have a rich, concentrated beefy sauce that is lightly syrupy but not too sticky.
- Bring to the boil and reduce it to a thin syrupy sauce consistency.
- I simmered fruit juices uncovered in a saucepan until they had a syrupy consistency.
- The sauce should be reduced to a thick syrupy consistency.
- The result will be thick, syrupy and intensely flavorful.
- Add the prunes and simmer at a slight bubble for 20 min, stirring occasionally, or until the prunes are soft and plump and the liquid reduces to a syrupy consistency.
- The different components of this strange dish are bathed in thick, syrupy sauces, so when you put them on the hibachi, the air over the table fills with the sugary smell of burnt marshmallows.
- A finger slid between his teeth and smeared something on the roof of his mouth, something thick and syrupy and bitter that melted and numbed his tongue and his raw throat when he had to swallow it.
- He took this in, gazing at the thick, syrupy surface of the inky waves below.
- If the mixture foams excessively, separates, or becomes syrupy, do not apply.
- And the sweet stuff has become sickly and syrupy.
- Prepare the glaze: put the confectioner's sugar in a small bowl, and pour in some lemon juice, a little at a time, whisking until the glaze gets to the right consistency, thick and syrupy.
- And there was also some thick, syrupy liquid that made me turn a bluish color and start shivering like mad.
- For the dressing, mix all the ingredients together and bring to the boil until it has a syrupy consistency.
- When cooked, the mescal is a fibrous, sticky, syrupy substance with a flavor similar to molasses.
- Poignant and performed without syrupy emotion, this is a lovely surprise.
- The tone is sweet without being syrupy; it's festive, unforced.
- He feeds his electronic pop with electric guitars, live drums and bass, punk influences and syrupy moments.
- It's a syrupy, drippy, cloyingly sweet story of a son's enduring love for his troubled father.
- Valentine's Day is no longer only about syrupy sentimentality.
- If it sounds like syrupy sentiment, he's unapologetic.
- The entire film is filled with moments that are supposed to invoke tears, complete with syrupy stringed accompaniment thanks to the musical score.
- The syrupy sweet voice passed through his ears and went straight to his brain.
- You'll find that tons of sentimental, syrupy hymns were written between 1850 and 1950.
- The essay continues in the style of its conception and her sentimental and syrupy excess will have you cringing throughout.
- What had felt so spirited and fresh back then feels disappointingly syrupy and cloying now.
- It's an often syrupy, overly sentimental movie that really wants you to like it.
- This is truly a family film that inspires and entertains without being cutesy or syrupy.
- The lyrics are unabashedly syrupy and therefore, cheesy.
- She'd inserted some syrupy sweet fake whining into her voice, which Ron always fell for, this time being no exception.
- Normally, if you see a bad review on a Christmas movie it's on some real syrupy, schmaltzy one.
- This applies to the concert as a whole; I knew right away that this was far too syrupy and sentimental for my taste.
- It was Zach, sounding all syrupy sweet and apologetic, like he always did after he screwed up.
- But its slices of summery California melody are so well-executed it's easy to forgive the disc's occasional swerves into syrupy sentiment.
- However, he is simply content to just play it out on his deceptively simple levels of broad comedy and syrupy sentiment.
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