Translation: from spanish

to drink up

  • 841 ordeata

    adj.
    1 peeled barley.
    2 ptisan, a medical drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ordeata

  • 842 pinul

    f.
    an Indian drink made from maize.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pinul

  • 843 pinullo

    f.
    an Indian drink made from maize.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pinullo

  • 844 potar

    v.
    1 to puke (up) (informal).
    2 to drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > potar

  • 845 rebeber

    v.
    to drink often.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rebeber

  • 846 refresco gaseoso

    m.
    soda, soft drink, pop, soda pop.

    Spanish-English dictionary > refresco gaseoso

  • 847 tomar agua

    v.
    to drink water.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar agua

  • 848 tomar algo

    v.
    to have a drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar algo

  • 849 tomar café

    v.
    to drink coffee.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar café

  • 850 tomar leche

    v.
    to drink milk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar leche

  • 851 tomar vino

    v.
    to drink wine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar vino

  • 852 trago aperitivo

    m.
    aperitive drink, aperitif.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trago aperitivo

  • 853 trago fuerte

    m.
    stiff drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trago fuerte

  • 854 trago largo

    m.
    long drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trago largo

  • 855 bebedero

    (Sp. model spelled same [bepeðéro] < beber < Latin bibere 'to drink' plus Spanish derivational suffix - dero; drinking place)
       Hoy gives a general and a specific meaning for this term. Broadly, it refers to an artificial receptacle for watering animals. On the Sonoran Desert, it refers to "a concrete water trough, generally connected to a corral and windmill." The DRAE defines this term as a drinking place for birds. Santamaría indicates that in Mexico the term refers to a watering hole for all kinds of animals. The southwestern or borderlands cowhand was pleased to find a bebedero, whether manmade or natural, for his thirsty dogies.

    Vocabulario Vaquero > bebedero

  • 856 mesquite

    ( mezquite [meskíte], apocope of mizquicuáhuitl 'mesquite tree' < Nahuatl mízquitl 'tree that produces gum that can be used as dye' and cuáhuitl 'tree')
       1) DARE: 1805; Texas: 1834. A shrub or small tree of the genus Prosopis, especially P. juliflora. By extension, a thicket formed by these plants.
        Alternate forms: masketo, mesketis, meskit, mesquiet, mesquit, mesquito, mezquit, mezquite, moscheto, mosquito, musqueto, musquit, skeet.
       2) Texas: 1898. Referenced by the DARE as "a horsemint."
       3) Louisiana: 1913. A variety of huisache, including Acacia farnesiana.
       4) See mesquite grass. The DRAE defines mezquite as an American rubber-producing tree of the Mimosa family, similar to an acacia. An extract obtained from the leaves can be used to cure ophthalmia. Santamaría describes the tree in more detail than the DRAE. He gives the genus and species Prosopis juliflora (Cf. above) and indicates that it is a leguminous tree found in abundance in Mexico. It may grow to a great height, but ordinarily does not exceed seven to nine feet. Its branches are spread apart and don't provide a very complete shade; its leaves are composed of an even number of spiny leaflets; its fragrant white flowers grow in sprays or sprigs; and it produces a beanlike fruit. The tree grows in high altitudes and arid climates, especially in sandy ground near the edge of rivers. Its bark exudes a pungent gum used by some residents of Mexico as a food and as an adulterating agent for gum arabic when dissolved in sugar water. The tree is also valued for its compact heavy wood, which can be polished; its fruit and leaves, which are often used for forage; its seeds, which are toasted and mixed with coffee. When ground into a flourlike substance, the fruit makes a pleasant-tasting drink, and the leaves when boiled are used as a home remedy to cure inflammation of the eyes (the curative is known as bálsamo de mezquite).

    Vocabulario Vaquero > mesquite

  • 857 mesquite bean

       California: 1846. The seed or seedpod of the mesquite, which Blevins notes is prepared as a food by Indians and ground to form the basis of an alcoholic drink.

    Vocabulario Vaquero > mesquite bean

  • 858 rodeo cool

       Beer that is not cold, but considered cool enough to drink when one is especially thirsty, such as at a rodeo.

    Vocabulario Vaquero > rodeo cool

  • 859 tiswin

    ( tesgüino [tesgwíno], from Tarahumara tecuín [tekwín] < Nahuatl tecuino 'to beat fast [referring to the heart]' or 'to be hot')
       A mildly intoxicating drink brewed by the Apaches for religious ceremonies. Santamaría indicates that tesgüino is used in religious celebrations by the Tarahumara Indians who obtain it by fermenting liquid extracted from kernels of corn. Tecuín is another acceptable spelling, which Santamaría says preceded tesgüino. Cobos references tesgüín or tisgüín as "homemade corn liquor"; the OED also notes that it can be made from wheat or mesquite beans.
        Alternate forms: teshuino, tizwin.

    Vocabulario Vaquero > tiswin

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