polenta translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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
to be first-rate
to be enthusiastic
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"polenta": examples and translations in context
Mientras ponen el agua para la polenta, voy y vuelvo. While you put the water for the polenta, I'll be right.
Vamos a poner el agua para la polenta. Come on. Let's put on the water for the polenta.
Entonces los espero esta tarde para la polenta. I'll wait for you tonight to eat polenta.
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.
Cuando se doren, sírvalas calientes con polenta. When browned... serve on a hot plate with the cornmeal.
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