In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1USCookingcaramelo masticable masculine
- Steel, even this thick, should have pulled apart like taffy.
- It felt like my mouth had a huge piece of taffy in it and just would not come unstuck.
- Carefully he pulled out a small velvet bag, which inside contained of variety of saltwater taffies.
- This is expected if extensive reconnection is occurring, because as the magnetic fields stretch, the reconnection layer also stretches, like taffy being pulled.
- Their bodies are nearly indestructible, and can twist and turn into any design, like taffy.
- They made one last stop at the small pink and white striped salt-water taffy shop that sold the best salt-water taffy that could be imagined.
- Looking at a paper, he found his locker; put his hand on the lock, only to realize there was taffy intentionally stuck there.
- We watched the flame-colored taffy spin in the dark puddles.
- She looked over to see Leslie giving a reluctant child a piece of saltwater taffy.
- The pages for January show children sledding with homemade wooden sleds, roasting apples over an open fire and pulling taffy.
- We gorged ourselves on boardwalk treats: caramel apples, cotton candy, salt water taffy, hot waffles and ice cream.
- By weight taffy is about 40% sucrose and hard candy is about 80%.
- Antonia would make cookies or taffy for them and then tell stories about her life on the country or what she remembered of Bohemia.
- His legs felt like taffy: thin, ropy strands that had been pulled too far.
- I felt like I was starting to fall into a vat of twisting, turning taffy; just like the kinds you would see at the fair.
- They visited a few obscure shops, that turned out to be awesome, including a little old-fashioned taffy shop, where they made fresh taffy each hour, in so many different flavours.
- Think of taffy: When it's cold and you try to bend it, it breaks.
- November featured both All Saints' Day and Saint Catherine's Day, during which it was a French Canadian custom to pull taffy.
- Heavyweight oil can take on the consistency of taffy in cold temperatures and drag down a battery in a hurry, so plan to switch to a lighter grade of oil if you're flying into sub-zero conditions.
- Good calamari is like good taffy: stretchy and tasty.
British derogatory, slang(Welshman)galés masculine
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