Spanish Word for stew  

English Word: stew

Spanish Word: estofado, guiso
The Spanish Word for stew
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What's Irish Stew like?
¿Cómo es el estofado irlandés?
I will have cooked the stew before the guests arrive.
Yo habré cocido el estofado antes de que lleguen los invitados.
Mother would never serve me dessert if I didn't eat my stew first.
Mi mamá nunca me servía el postre si no me comía el guisado primero.

We are thus in a right old stew!
¡Está organizado el lío!
While apples and oranges perhaps both produce a good fruit stew, that is completely the wrong approach to take in politics.
Y aunque con peras y manzanas se puedan hacer buenas tartas, esta comparación es totalmente errónea en política.
People stirred all this up into some extraordinary stew, and everyone tried to extract the best bits of it to advance the cause they defended.
Se ha hecho una sopa extraordinaria, cada cual intentando conseguir las mayores ventajas para la causa que defendía.
Now we can see the substance of the new French socialist government - good French cooking - which is a macho stew, yes it is macho, Mr President-in-Office.
Como no le echemos un poco de sustancia del nuevo Gobierno socialista francés -de buena cocina francesa- es un guiso machista, aún es machista, señor Presidente en ejercicio del Consejo.
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