- 1 1.1 (container) tarro (m), bote (m)More example sentences1.2 (drink) (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] we had a couple of jars nos tomamos un par de cervezas or (Esp tb) un par de cañas
- They are urging residents to bank and not bin their festive food jars and bottles to boost glass recycling.
- Each household will receive a black box to store glass bottles, jars, plastic bottles, cans, foil, aerosols, and textiles.
- Glass containers such as soda bottles and food jars are easy to recycle because they are free from impurities and have similar melting points.
Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.
- 1.1 (clash) desentonarMore example sentences1.2 (irritate) enervar her laugh jars on my nerves su risa me crispa los nervios 1.3 (grate) chirriar*; (vibrate) vibrar to jar
- She gave a history lesson that jarred with many Europeans who heard it, dating the birth of the relationship between Europe and the US to World War II.
- I arranged the leaves on the cushions in order, but that jarred with me, so I added a bit of chaotic stitching.
- She was right to ditch the passage since it would have jarred with the spirit of reasoned debate.
againststh rozar* algo (produciendo un sonido discordante)More example sentences
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- While the air system is good, it fidgets badly over sharp intrusions like potholes, jarring and jolting the passengers.
- The whole room jarred as a sudden jolt reverberated up through the earth.
- Rob throttled the giant turbines up, and once again the aircraft was beginning to jolt and jar as it raced ahead faster and faster across the rocky terrain.
- There shouldn't be anything disturbing or jarring in a bedroom, even if you're using the most modern style of design.
- First impressions are so important yet at the height of the holiday season in East London there is a blight on the city's Esplanade beachfront that jars and jolts.
- I think total silence would be far too jarring - people wouldn't want to stay in a place where all they can hear is their tinnitus.