pichanga

  • 1 pichanga — (De or. quechua). 1. f. NO Arg.) Vino que no ha terminado de fermentar. 2. Col. Escoba de barrer. engaña pichanga. amb. Arg. engañabobos (ǁ cosa que engaña o defrauda con su apariencia) …

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  • 2 pichanga — sustantivo femenino 1. Uso/registro: coloquial. Origen: Chile. Juego de fútbol entre amigos en cancha improvisada. 2. Origen: Chile. Picadillo con varias carnes o cecinas …

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  • 3 pichanga — ► sustantivo femenino Argentina ENOLOGÍA Vino que no ha terminado de fermentar. * * * pichanga (del quechua; Col.) f. *Escoba. * * * pichanga. (De or. quechua). f. NO …

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  • 4 pichanga — 1. fútbol callejero; juego de pelota improvisado en la calle; partido de fútbol menor y de mala calidad; cf. pichanguero, pichanguera, pichanguear; llamemos algunos amigos y armemos una pichanguita , el partido del Colo con la Católica se… …

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  • 5 pichanga — {{#}}{{LM SynP42584}}{{〓}} {{\}}SINÓNIMOS Y ANTÓNIMOS:{{/}} {{[}}pichanga{{]}} {{《}}▍ s.f.{{》}} {{※}}esp. mer.{{¤}} = piscolabis (col.) • {{SynA02964}}{{↑}}aperitivo{{↓}} …

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  • 6 Pichanga (plato) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda La pichanga es un picadillo que puede ser frío o caliente que se vende en comercios de cecinas (o embutidos) y fiambres en Chile. Sus ingredientes no son estrictos ya que es a gusto del chef, puedes agregarle o… …

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  • 7 Pichanga (food) — Pichanga is a dish consisting of a common table from where people pick small beef pieces or other food similar to a picadillo. It has a mix of different ingredients, these are often french fries, ground beef, chicken meat, cheese, egg and sausage …

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  • 8 engaña pichanga — pop. Añagaza, artificio para engañar, embaucamiento …

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  • 9 Congreso (banda) — Congreso Datos generales Origen Quilpué, Chile Información artística …

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  • 10 Charqui — Peruvian combo plate: from lower left, clockwise: Cau cau, rice, Olluquito with charqui and chaunfainta (diced beef lung with potatoes) Charqui or charque, is a form of jerky common in South America made from dried and salted meat, originally… …

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  • 11 San Antonio de Pala Asistencia — The modern capilla (chapel) at Pala Mission. Location San Diego County Name as founded Asistencia de la Misión San …

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  • 12 Curanto — served in Valdivia Origin Place of origin Chile Region or state Chiloé …

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  • 13 Cola de mono — Monkey s tail redirects here. For the @ symbol, see At sign. Cola de mono (literally, monkey s tail) is a traditional Chilean drink[1] served around Christmas time, very much like the tradition of serving eggnog during Christmas in North America …

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  • 14 Chilean salad — or ensalada chilena is a salad containing tomato, onion, coriander and olive oil, and sometimes with chilli peppers. The onion may be soaked in boiling salted water, to soften it and reduce its sharpness. It may also be soaked in cold water for… …

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  • 15 René Ríos Boettiger — (Concepción, 15 December 1911 14 July 2000), also known as Pepo, was a Chilean cartoonist, creator of the famous character Condorito.Although he studied medicine at the Universidad de Concepción, Rios abandoned his studies in the early 1930s to… …

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  • 16 Choripán — Street sale of choripanes in Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina during a political rally. There are no permanent choripán sellers in Plaza de Mayo …

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  • 17 Mote con huesillo — Mote con huesillos Mote con huesillo is a traditional Chilean summer time drink, known as the “refreshing national drink.” It is a non alcoholic beverage consisting of a sweet clear nectar like liquid made with dried peaches (huesillo) cooked in… …

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  • 18 Completo — Chilean Completo A completo italiano Origin Place of origin Chile Dish details …

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  • 19 Murta con membrillo — (English: Chilean guava (Ugni molinae) with quince) is a typical dessert from southern Chile where the Chilean guava shrub is common. It is made by boiling the quince and the Chilean guava berries together with sugar …

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  • 20 Murtado — (from Murta the Spanish name for Ugni molinae) is a typical liqueur from southern Chile where the endemic Ugni molinae grows. It is made by conserving Ugni molinae inside a bottle with aguardiente for some weeks and then mixing it with syrup …

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