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polenta

  
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1      (Andes, Cono Sur)   (=maicena)   cornflour, cornstarch   (EEUU)     
(=sémola de maíz)  
ground maize, polenta
2    tener polenta      (=entusiasmo)   to be enthusiastic   (=calidad)   to be first-rate  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

polea, polen, poeta, polera

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to be enthusiastic
exp.
to be first-rate
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"polenta": examples and translations in context
Tómate un descanso, Pancho, la polenta casi se enfría. Take a break, Pancho, the polenta's almost gone cold.
Papá, no hay más polenta. Papa, there's no more polenta.
Mi vecino ha estado robando mi polenta. My neighbor been stealing my cornmeal.
La polenta está en la plancha, el maíz en el pan. The grits on the griddle, the corn's on the pone.
Un poco polenta con rúcula en la parte superior. A little polenta with arugula on top.
Ben nunca había hecho polenta antes. Ben had never made polenta before.
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