Translation of tea bag in Spanish:

tea bag

bolsita de té, n.


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    bolsita de té feminine
    • Pour 1 cup of boiling water over a tea bag and steep, covered, for 15 minutes.
    • She fished out a cup, a bag of sugar, and a tea bag.
    • The tea bag is fished out from the first ‘brewing’ mug, and placed in the bottom of the empty ‘warm’ mug, where a small splash of milk is poured over it.
    • The pile of Earl Grey on the left comes from a tea bag.
    • For puffiness, place a wet tea bag over your eyes (uh, close 'em first) for 10 minutes.
    • After his request for a cup of tea fell on deaf ears, by way of protest, he is reported to have sent a cross letter to Central Office with a tea bag attached.
    • She placed the tea bag into the water and pushed it to the bottom of the cup with her spoon, turning the water dark brown.
    • Connie asked to have whatever would be the least trouble, and ended up with a tea bag and a microwaved cup of water.
    • These farms could have a small processing plant on site which could take the dry ingredients and put them in a form familiar to the patients who use traditional healers: in other words, the humble tea bag.
    • He poured equal amounts of hot water into the mugs and stuck a tea bag in each.
    • They're round, square or pyramid-shaped, but surely a tea bag should be T-shaped - a branding dream, simple.
    • She reached around into a cupboard behind her and grabbed a tea bag, dispensing it into the scalding water.
    • Mullen is lean and balding, favors tight, short-sleeved shirts, and can usually be found steeping a tea bag in hot water.
    • These are contained within a retrievable tea bag.
    • Russell, who in his tea-drinking pomp would get through 20 cups a day, used to dip the tea bag in once, add plenty of milk, then hang it on a nail ready for subsequent use.
    • She peered over his shoulder as she grabbed a tea bag.
    • Enjoying tea involves far more than just boiling water, adding a tea bag and gulping.
    • Place the tea bag on the eyes for ten minutes or more.
    • But he just sat gazing down at the message on his tea bag: Marriage is when there are two bodies but only one soul.
    • I never have supplies of anything in preparation for running out of it, and consequently visitors to my flat huddle in partial darkness, sharing a tea bag.