Translation of concoction in Spanish:
- 1.1 countable or uncountable (food, drink) See examples: I'm not eating/drinking that concoction [pejorative]one of Pierre's delicious concoctionsyo no me como ese mejunje/bebo ese brebaje [pejorative]una de las exquisitas creaciones de PierreExample sentences1.2 uncountable (of story, excuse)
- In so doing, the group sounds like the sort that practices deep in the Appalachians, brewing strange concoctions that evoke the Other so easily - both exotic and primitive.
- The New Yorkers said that, while it was first thought the attacks relied on high end military grade explosives, they later proved to be homemade concoctions made of mundane ingredients.
- The two concoctions were viable elements for either permanent brain damage or death.
- ‘It's really getting to be a series of concoctions and fabrication,’ Estrada's chief of staff said in reaction to the report in The Nation.
- But I will put my trust in the American system, where fabrication and concoction may work for awhile, but sooner or later the calumny is exposed.
- Or maybe the story about Seagal was a concoction to start with, and he won't be needing to peruse The Echo's real estate classifieds.
- Designer Sergio Ciucci served his body-hugging concoctions mostly in black leather, while he also cut jackets and coats into black pony skin and delivered noteworthy fur numbers with side bands.
- Maud Martha's refusal to purchase the millinery concoction, even at a substantially discounted price, reaffirms her sense of self.
- He did not see the man, belted in a gothic concoction of black and crimson, as he dived gracefully from the rooftop above.
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