In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1chip de tortilla masculinetotopo masculine Mexico
- But when she pushes the swinging door open, she's aghast to find her father sitting at the table, eating some taco chips and reading the newspaper.
- There is even a bin that, I assume, is intended to hold taco chips.
- If you go easy on the cheese and choose your extras carefully (salsa instead of sour cream and taco chips, for example), you could end up with a decent, interesting salad.
- It's my usual: peanut butter and jelly, taco chips, baby carrots, and an apple.
- My husband returns home, finding his spellbound wife still seated on the couch gazing at the TV, mindlessly stuffing taco chips into her face.
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