- 1.1 (mitten) mitón (masculine)More example sentences1.2 (in baseball) manopla (feminine), guante (masculine) (de béisbol)
More example sentences1.3 (hand) [colloquial/familiar] manaza (feminine) [colloquial/familiar], manota (feminine) [colloquial/familiar] keep your (dirty) mitts off the food quita esas cochinas manos or esas manazas de la comida [colloquial/familiar]
- And chintz tea towels and oven mitts that are anything but chintzy.
- A few seconds later, Sam arrived at the door, face red and hot and clad in an apron and oven mitts.
- Dressed in an apron with oven mitts to match, she noticed him and smiled.
More example sentences
- For the love of a glove: a baseball mitt just isn't a necessary piece of equipment, it's a part of life for many players
- You just don't see 10-year-old kids throwing around a rugby ball or kicking a soccer ball in the States; they've either got a baseball mitt on their hand or are throwing around a basketball or football.
- I wanted a baseball mitt so bad a sweet hurt blossomed in my stomach whenever I thought about it…
- This big grumbly rumbly bear of a man with shoulders wider than most airline seats and mitts so big that my kitty Abby could probably sit comfortably in his palm likes my silly pet name for him.
- They're trying to get their grubby mitts on our big cars and mansions in Pondok Indah and Bintaro.
- Tickets for the 200-capacity date next month may have been snapped up within hours of going on sale but we have managed to get our mitts on a pair of the coveted items.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
Pulque is a thick, white, Mexican alcoholic drink made from fermented maguey juice; the sacred drink of the Aztecs. It is drunk without being aged, sometimes with added fruit or vegetable juice. Pulquerías are bars where it is drunk.