a. la nuez moscada. (f) means that a noun is feminine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol). (F) I'm going to put some nutmeg in the filling of the pumpkin pie.Voy a poner un poco de nuez moscada en el relleno de la tarta de calabaza.
Nutmeg is the British English name for this technique. In Spanish speaking countries like Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Spain and Mexico, it is called "caño" (spout, pipe), "túnel" (tunnel), or "cocina" (kitchen). In Albania it is called "Kaush" (Cornet) or "Mes Shalëve" (Between the Thighs). In Algeria it is called "قرعة", meaning "bottle".
nutmeg n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. informal (sports: between-legs pass) caño nm nombre masculino : Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural.
When the player makes a nutmeg, the Spanish speakers call it, "a túnel" (tunnel).
nutmeg translate: nuez moscada, nuez moscada. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary.
The Guardian has a juicy story, thanks to the book Football Talk – The Language And Folklore Of The World’s Greatest Game by Peter Seddon. Seddon links the term to sneaky practices in the nutmeg trade in the 1870’s. Back then, nutmeg was such a precious commodity that traders would mix wooden replicas into sacks of nutmeg shipped to England.
The striker’s astonishing nutmeg of a trio of her rivals was among the highlights of the LaLiga Women's champs' trouncing of Bilbao. Hermoso, 31, pulled off the stunning four-second feat in the first half of an 8-0 drubbing of their opponents at the Johan Cruyff Stadium. The Spain ace then dinks the ball through their legs with ease near the ...
A successful nutmeg in soccer elicits cheers and oohs and ahhs from the crowd, but when it’s unsuccessful, it’s often a big let down to one’s team in general and can lead to a counter attack or even change the momentum of the soccer game.
Watch: Liverpool target Danjuma pulls off stunning backheel nutmeg. Videos. Planet Football. 26th October 2021. Liverpool are apparently eyeing up Villarreal’s former Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma – and is his latest bit of skill was anything to go by, he more than merits the attention. Danjuma moved to reigning Europa League champions ...