In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Cooking(eggs/mixture) batirwhisk a little cream in — agregue un poco de crema batiendo
- whisk the egg whites (up) — bata las claras
- For the dressing, whisk the tomatoes, shallot, oil, water and vinegar together with four pinches of salt.
- Taste for salt and pepper, whisk in the sour cream, and heat through without boiling.
- Meanwhile whisk the eggs, yolks, cheese and cream in a bowl and season with black pepper.
- At this stage you can whisk or stir in any chosen flavouring such as sweet chilli sauce.
- In a bowl, whisk the lemon juice and olive oil with the mint leaves, sea salt and pepper, and drizzle over the courgettes.
- Meanwhile, whisk the egg yolks and sugar until light and fluffy.
- Repeat flour and milk step until all has been whisked together.
- Heat gently, add the mussels, whisk in the cream and heat through without boiling.
- In another bowl whisk the cream until light peaks form.
- Using an electric whisk, whisk the whole egg, egg yolk and sugar together until pale and thick, then incorporate the chocolate mixture.
- Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl and whisk the egg and buttermilk in a liquid measuring cup.
- Kevin's wife poured a little milk into the bowl and continued whisking the eggs with a fork.
- Gradually add the milk, stirring or whisking to form a sauce.
- Pour in the cream and continue to whisk until the mixture forms soft, floppy peaks that just hold their shape.
- For the icing, melt chocolate then stir until smooth and whisk in cream.
- Warm a bowl and whisk the eggs, sugar and vanilla extract for five minutes.
- Most ices and sorbets require beating or whisking regularly as they freeze, to break up the ice crystals.
- Cook the mixture over a double boiler, whisking constantly until the egg yolks thicken.
- In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, salt and pepper together until combined.
- She would then whisk eggs in a bowl, adding small amounts of oil and water.
1.2(swish)(tail) sacudir(tail) agitarthey use their tails to whisk insects away — espantan / ahuyentan los insectos sacudiendo la cola
- he whisked the breadcrumbs off the table with his napkin — sacudió las migas de la mesa con su servilleta
- I asked Mr. Tobin a question, and he replied with another question - and before I could volley back yet another query, his aides whisked him away.
- Our most unusual New Year's Eve was in those heady, pre-parenting days when my husband whisked me off to Amsterdam for what Bridget Jones would call a mini-break.
- But in spite of the failing health and instructions from the doctors, some police personnel whisked him away to some unknown destination.
- But I was quickly whisked through to a private back room, where my new friend Kelly invited me to lie down and relax.
- A rail link whisks you into the heart of the action in about 15 minutes.
- Davellin has told the court the family was suddenly whisked to Miami and ordered not to watch Bashir's documentary when it was aired in the US.
- I am whisked through the doors to a chaos of people and boxes and props on the other side.
- The current whisks us quickly downstream, into country so empty of human artifacts that it seems as if we're the first people on earth: tundra, sky, a distant wisp of cloud.
- After a little hide and seek with the waiting pressmen, the authorities quickly whisked him into the casualty ward no. 2 at the ground floor through gate 1.
- He is quickly whisked back to his car and it speeds away to the next venue.
- We were whisked quickly through the spick and span Beijing Airport with hardly a question asked.
- The impresario lists them before whisking us off to the second half of the property: a bar in the process of being built.
- Suddenly, I was whisked back to my childhood and Sesame Street.
- After treatment there for gunshot wounds, he was whisked by the CIA to Thailand where he was housed in a small, disused warehouse on an active airbase.
- He was immediately whisked to the adjacent cardiac unit, suffering from what was described to me as ‘an angina attack’.
- From there, a cable car whisked us to the top of Lagazuio, which gave us spectacular views of the whole Sella Ronda region.
- It really felt as if the wind could snatch you up and whisk you away, and we almost hoped it would.
- She was then whisked off to town centre hairdressers Robert Michael to have her hair restyled and highlighted, followed by a visit to Snaith's Market Court beauty clinic for a full facial.
- Fortunately, I discovered that the Commonwealth team were arriving back from Melbourne, so we whisked Jack straight over to Glasgow International.
2.1(convey quickly)(rápidamente) llevarshe was immediately whisked off to another meeting — inmediatamente se la llevaron a otra reunión a toda prisa
- we were whisked back to the capital in a helicopter — nos llevaron de vuelta a la capital en helicóptero
2.2(take, remove)he whisked away the plates — retiró los platos rápidamente
- she whisked the cloth off the table — (de un tirón) quitó el mantel de la mesa
1car after car whisked past — los coches pasaban uno tras otro como una exhalación
- nurses whisked along the corridor — las enfermeras corrían por el pasillo
- Mix thoroughly using a whisk, but gently so as not to generate too much foam.
- In a medium bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ground cloves, and salt, and mix with a whisk to evenly blend.
- The mango parfait is made in minutes with the labour-saving help of an electric food mixer and a hand whisk.
- There are the usual pots and pans, whisks and spatulas as well as those gadgets such as food processors and blenders we cannot live without.
- With a small whisk or fork, beat 1 egg white in a medium bowl until foamy.
- Using a whisk, mix ingredients until smooth and warm.
- Beat egg white with a whisk or handheld mixer in a small bowl until just stiff.
- Mash the ingredients with a whisk to make a creamy soup.
- It doesn't take as long a time as you'd think to whip cream with a whisk.
- Using an electric whisk if you have one (if not, a hand whisk, a wooden spoon or even a fork will do) start to mix the egg into the flour.
- Meanwhile, put the yolks in a mixing bowl and, whisking vigorously (an electric whisk is best), add the 1 tbsp of reduced vinegar.
- Using a hand-held electric whisk, cream together the butter and caster sugar until light and fluffy.
- Swap the whisk for a wooden spoon as it thickens, and continue stirring occasionally for 5 to 10 min over medium heat.
- Place the egg and egg yolks with the sugar and cornflour in a heatproof bowl and beat until creamy and fluffy using an electric whisk.
- Cool until lukewarm then beat with a whisk or electric beaters until creamy.
- Gradually add the strained liquid, gently using a whisk to incorporate until smooth.
- Using a balloon whisk or small hand-held electric whisk, whisk slowly and steadily until the mixture starts to turn a pale cream colour.
- Use either a hand mixer, blender or whisk to beat the hot chocolate until it's frothy.
- With a clean whisk, beat the egg white till it stands stiff then fold into the mascarpone.
- Make the dressing by mixing the yoghurt, tahini paste and olive oil in a blender or with a small whisk.
1.2(small brush)escobilla feminine
- The nazir gave me a giraffe-tail fly whisk when I left.
- The Kongo quickly adapted European technology that they found useful: the Kongo king substituted an exotic horse tail for the elephant tail he had used as his own personal fly whisk.
- Seated on a figured rug, supported by a wooden armrest, he holds a fly whisk in one hand to signify his authority.
- Objects surround the two uniforms: a mop for the cleaner; a fly whisk, medicine containers, and a drum for the nanga.
- If you're nostalgic for gin slings, parasols and fly whisks, the White House Rose Garden was the place to be last week.
1.3fly whiskmatamoscas masculine
2(movement)sacudida femininewith a whisk of its tail — de un coletazo
- You see it all in a whisk.
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