Spanish Word for bowl  

English Word: bowl

Spanish Word: escudilla
The Spanish Word for bowl
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Translated sentences containing 'bowl'
Did you already wash this bowl?
¿Ya lavaste este tazón?
We will use a bowl for mixing the ingredients.
Utilizaremos un bol para mezclar los ingredientes.
I need a bowl.
Necesito un bol.
Could you teach me how to bowl?
¿Me puedes enseñar cómo jugar a los bolos?

I hope that satisfies the honourable Member and that we now find ourselves supping from the same bowl.
Espero que mi respuesta satisfaga a su Señoría y que podamos ahora comer todos del mismo plato.
In Warsaw I see a line of people queuing for a bowl of soup every day.
En Varsovia, veo como las personas hacen cola a diario para poder comerse un plato de sopa.
Mr President, in the 30 years since Mugabe took power, Zimbabwe has changed from the breadbasket to the begging bowl of southern Africa.
Señor Presidente, en los 30 años que han transcurrido desde que Mugabe llegó al poder, Zimbabue ha pasado de ser la cesta del pan a ser el platillo para las limosnas del África Meridional.
(EL) Madam President, certainly no European, and hence no Greek, likes to go round with a begging bowl.
(EL) Señora Presidenta, es evidente que a ningún europeo y, por ende, a ningún griego le gusta andar por ahí pidiendo limosna con un platillo.
This time, where codecision applies quite clearly under Article 152 of the Amsterdam Treaty, it has used this procedure to bowl us out a second time.
En esta ocasión, en la que conforme al artículo 152 del Tratado de Amsterdam rige sin duda alguna la codecisión, el Consejo nos ha dejado fuera por segunda vez mediante este procedimiento.
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