In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(time)la hora del téla hora de merendarla hora de onces Andesla hora de cenar Britishla hora de comer British Latin America
- At least I had missed the worst of the teatime traffic.
- They looked as if they were in a film, and indeed many of them were on the teatime newsreels.
- This is causing chaos on the road, especially in the mornings and at teatime, and creating a huge traffic build-up.
- Afternoon teatime, in particular, draws people out their offices and away from their solitary pursuits.
- By teatime on Friday he had not received a response.
- I hope you enjoy looking back through the teatimes of your childhood.
- We want to speak to anyone who thinks they might have seen him or spoken to him after teatime on Wednesday.
- Use tiered serving stands to show off your teatime delectables.
- He set off in the afternoon and was meant to meet Margaret in the bed and breakfast at teatime but did not turn up.
- Some teatimes, if the weather is fine, I pile the boys in the van and fry rashers overlooking the beach at Sandycove, a 15-minute-drive from the house.
- It sounded to me very much like a relative of the traditional boil-and-bake fruitcake, an old teatime favourite that is deliciously quick and easy to make.
- By teatime on Tuesday the phone was working again but I still can't get broadband.
- If you are partial to a Sunday teatime serial that unfolds on a dark winter's night then this is ideal viewing.
- If we get some good ones, we may run a couple of the others on the teatime programme that day too.
- We don't really know who'll be watching on a Saturday teatime and have even less idea which members of that unknown audience will be the people who bother to pick up the phone and vote.
- Until teatime, yesterday was a day without parallel for Europe's golfers in the first major championship of the year.
- These can even be stored in an airtight container and served later as a teatime snack.
- They met in the post office at teatime one afternoon as they were picking up their copies of the newspaper, which arrives in the village too late for morning collection.
- Her Mediterranean vegetables with chicken and sweet potato was judged the tastiest of thousands of entries and is now a teatime treat with babies from seven months up.
- And the partners hope the famous teatime treat will back on store shelves next month.
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