In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vorazhe's a voracious eater — tiene un apetito voraz
- Because of their voracious appetites, bats function as extremely effective and pesticide-free pest control.
- Moles have a voracious appetite and can eat 70-100 percent of their weight daily.
- The method helps the cuckoo chick secure the food supply it needs to satisfy its voracious appetite.
- Harnessing the voracious appetites of microorganisms could potentially provide an economical route to remediate contaminated soils.
- As a three-year-old with a voracious appetite, he can easily down 15 mint brownies in one sitting.
- I was a little disturbed that he had a voracious appetite for potato chips and would leave the empty wrappers all over the floor.
- Now steroids are used all the time in medicine, and they are very useful, but they give you the most voracious appetite.
- So voracious is China's appetite for turtle that it has all but eradicated its own turtle population before turning to the export market.
- One more tragedy caused by the voracious appetites of men determined to consume all the diminishing resources of fish left in the seas.
- Hedgehogs have a voracious appetite for the birds' eggs.
- Apart from their voracious appetite for native species, another worry is that they will burrow into riverbanks, adding to the problem of erosion.
- With their voracious appetite for stored cereals and nuts, the red flour beetle and its kin cause millions of dollars of damage annually.
- His voracious appetite forces my wife to get up at all times of the night to feed him.
- The combination of brisk weather and glacier hikes can stir a voracious appetite, and Argentina is a country of culinary delights.
- There will never be another Pavarotti, he believes, never again that combination of angelic face, voracious appetite and a voice to die for.
- The titbits his own hunting skill provided were insignificant when set against his voracious appetite, and it was the duty of his parents to make up the difference.
- Working day and night, I had a voracious appetite, perhaps a psychological reaction to the pressure.
- Rearing enough host insects to satisfy the predators' voracious appetites, after all, doesn't come cheap.
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