Translation of bun in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (sweetened) → ovenExample sentences1.2 (bread roll)
- Good Friday is celebrated with a traditional breakfast of codfish cakes and hot-cross buns.
- Imagine children having tea, inevitably squabbling over the buns, teacakes, muffins and - this being a British expression - crumpets.
- There were sack races, a tea in the marquee with cakes, buns and sandwiches for 200, and a lad who won the prize for his branch-covered fancy dress of Boots.
- They all indulged in the delicious Bar-b-cue food of sausages, burgers on buns and hot dog rolls.
- Ring the changes with pitta bread or sesame buns, instead of the usual sliced bread.
- Serve on whole-wheat buns or Kaiser rolls, or spread on top of rice.
- 2 (hairstyle) she wears her hair in a bunlleva el pelo recogido en un moño ( or rodete etc)Example sentences
- If local women venture onto the dusty streets at all, they sport ankle-length dresses, buttoned-up blouses and 1930s hairstyles with buns and pompadours.
- Smiling, she tidied up her hair into a tight bun, with a thin, wooden chopstick going through it.
- I quickly pulled my hair into a tight bun, not wanting to bother with a swim cap.
- 3also: buns plural(American English) [colloquial]hustle your buns!¡muévete! [colloquial]Example sentences
- It takes a very secure individual to call their buttocks, buns.
- The only reason, he adds, that I don't have women walking by me and with a sexy glance saying, "Nice Buns", and smiling knowingly, is because I do not use the Bowflexor.
- Tight, toned and shapely buns and thighs can be yours with this energetic new yoga program.
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