Nata meaning spanish

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Análisis sencillo, rápido y preciso de grasa, proteína, lactosa, sólidos no grasos, sólidos totales

[...]

y depresión del punto de congelación en leche;

[...] y grasa, proteína, lactosa, sólidos no grasos y sólidos totalesen nata.

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foss.es

It provides a simple, rapid and accurate analysis of fat, protein, lactose,

[...]

solids-non-fat, total solids and freezing point

[...] depression in milk and cream - all* from one sample and in one operation.

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foss.us

Bajarseen Nata-Satsunai y coger nuestro autobús [...]

de recogida que te llevará hasta el albergue, 750 JPY (6,51€).

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hihostels.com

2] Take the Tokachi Bus No.11 for

[...] Hiroo 50min, get off at Nata-Satsunai and take our [...]

pick-up bus there to YH, 750JPY.

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Montar la crema de lecheen nata,añadir el azúcar en polvo [...]

y poner de lado la mitad de esta preparación.

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frutidor.com

Beat the cream toobtain a whipped cream, add the caster [...]

sugar and keep half this mixture.

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frutidor.com

La actual situación en el mercado de la mantequilla

[...]

justifica adelantar al 1 de marzo la fecha de las operaciones

[...] de entrada en almacén de la mantequilla y lanata en2005.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

The current situation on the butter market justifies bringing the entry

[...] date for butter and cream storage operations in 2005 forward [...]

to 1 March.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

Las vitaminas liposolubles A y D (esta última en pequeña cantidad), al

[...] estar presentesenlanata,se eliminan al [...]

desnatar la leche.

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eufic.org

Vitamin A and a small amount of vitamin

[...] D are found in the cream as they are fat [...]

soluble vitamins, so are removed when milk is skimmed.

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eufic.org

El calcio, las proteínas y la mayoría

[...]

de los demás nutrientes de la leche

[...] casi no están presentesenlanata,porlo que al eliminarla [...]

permanecen en la leche.

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eufic.org

Calcium, protein and most other

[...] nutrients in milk are hardly found in the cream, so are retained [...]

when this is taken away.

eufic.org

eufic.org

Y no deja de ser curioso que la

[...]

especialidad de MUE se encuentre aún en esta

[...] situación nonnata enEspaña cuando [...]

se trata de una especialidad necesaria y querida.

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semes.org

It is strange that the specialty of EM still finds itself in this

[...] situation non nata in Spain, considering [...]

that it is both necessary and desired.

semes.org

semes.org

n) emulsiones deshidratadas en

[...] spray divididasen nataslíquidas, espumadores [...]

y decoraciones

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

(n) spray dried

[...] emulsions separated into creamers, foamers [...]

and toppings

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

4. En el caso de una declaración hecha de conformidad con el párrafo 3) supra, la oficina de aduanas clasificará los artículos sujetos a

[...]

derecho en la partida Nº

[...] 04.02-03 del Arancel de Aduanas Comercial ("lecheynata enpolvo, impropias para el consumo humano, estén o no [...]

desnaturalizadas, sin

[...]

adición de azúcar"); en una cláusula que se insertará en el formulario de declaración, la oficina de aduanas estipulará que, en virtud de las disposiciones de la presente Directiva, se prohíbe todo uso de los artículos antes de llevar a cabo la desnaturalización u otro procedimiento destinado a hacerlos impropios para el consumo humano.

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wto.org

4. In the case of a declaration according to paragraph 3 above, the dutiable goods will

[...]

be classified by the

[...] customs office in headingNo. 04.02-03 of the Trade Customs Tariff ("Powdered milk and cream, unfit for human consumption, [...]

whether or

[...]

not denatured, not containing added sugar"); and in a clause inserted on the declaration form, the customs office stipulates that in accordance with the provisions of the present Directive, it is prohibited to use the goods before carrying out denaturing or otherwise making the goods unfit for human consumption.

wto.org

wto.org

En el centro de cada plato se puede hacer un hueco

[...] con un vasoyenél ponernatamontada y una guinda.

spain.info

spain.info

Make a well in the centre of each dish using a glass, and

[...] place the whipped cream and a cherry in it.

spain.info

spain.info

Es como en estos horribles

[...] restaurantes donde ponennataoperejilentodoy al final estropean [...]

todos los platos.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

It is rather like those awful

[...] restaurants where they put cream or parsley on everything and in the end ruin [...]

every dish.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

Por ello, se han introducido varias medidas de comercialización

[...]

para apoyar el consumo total de

[...] materia grasa de origen lácteoenforma de mantequilla, mantequilla concentradaynata.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

Various disposal measures supporting the total

[...] consumption of milkfat in the form of butter, butter concentrate and cream have therefore been [...]

introduced.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

Mezclarenun bol lanatalíquida y la yema de huevo.

france.fr

france.fr

In a bowl, mix the crème fraîche and the egg [...]

yolk together.

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france.fr

Síntesis de estudiosen NATOInvestigación Avanzada [...]

kinematica de Taller sobre mar para conclusiones y recomendaciones para

[...]

determinar dirección de futura investigación.

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rwcl.co.uk

Synthesis

[...] of discussions at NATO Advanced Research [...]

Workshop on water kinematics by conclusions and recommendations to determine direction of future research

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rwcl.co.uk

La materia

[...] prima utilizadaenel proceso de fabricación denataymantequilla de consumo es lanatasobrante de la operación [...]

de desnatado-normalización

[...]

del proceso de elaboración de la leche de consumo.

cprac.org

cprac.org

The raw material used in the industrial production of butter and cream for consumption is cream remaining from [...]

the operations of skimming

[...]

and standardization during the processing of fresh milk.

cprac.org

cprac.org

Transcurrido este tiempo, añadirle

[...] el queso, disueltoenel Oporto y lanataydejar reducir durante [...]

30 minutos.

spain.info

spain.info

After this time, add the

[...] cheese, dissolved in the port and the cream and allow to reduce [...]

for 30 minutes.

spain.info

spain.info

a) que prohíban

[...] o limiten la puestaenel mercadoensu territorio de leche crudaonatacruda destinada al consumo [...]

humano directo; o

droit-aliments-terre.eu

droit-aliments-terre.eu

(a) prohibiting or restricting

[...] the placing on the market within its territory of raw milk or raw cream intended for direct [...]

human consumption; or

droit-aliments-terre.eu

droit-aliments-terre.eu

Enun cuenco recogéis lanata,el Coñac, las salsas [...]

kétchup y Worcester y amalgamáis todo.

lericettedizialalla.it

lericettedizialalla.it

In a bowl pickup the whipped cream, the Brandy, [...]

the sauces ketchup and Worcester and amalgamate everything.

lericettedizialalla.it

lericettedizialalla.it

Para inactivar los

[...] virus presentesenla leche y lanatadestinadas al [...]

consumo humano se utilizará uno de los procedimientos siguientes

oie.int

oie.int

For the inactivation of

[...] viruses present in milk and cream for human consumption, [...]

one of the following procedures should be used

oie.int

oie.int

En respuesta a las observaciones de la interviniente, la demandante precisó que la oposición se

[...]

dirigía contra la totalidad

[...] de los productos de la clase 29 designadosenla solicitud de marca, incluyendo«natayyogur».

oami.europa.eu

oami.europa.eu

In reply to the observations of the intervener, the applicant stated that the opposition

[...]

was directed against all

[...] of the goods in Class 29 designated in the trademark application, including 'cream and yogurt'.

oami.europa.eu

oami.europa.eu

Vierteenun vaso con asa y remata con abundantenatamontada

lavazzamodomio.es

lavazzamodomio.es

Pour into a coffee glass and finish with a generous helping of whipped cream

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lavazzamodomio.com.au

Engastronomía destacan el queso denata,lastruchas [...]

y el salmón.

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turismodecantabria.com

29 Los demás hechos de Salomón,

[...]

primeros y postreros,

[...] ¿no están todos escritos en los libros del profetaNatán, enla profecía de Ahías silonita, y en las profecías [...]

del vidente Iddo contra Jeroboam hijo de Nabat?

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29 Now the rest of the acts of Solomon, first

[...]

and last, are they

[...] not written in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonite, and in thevisions [...]

of Iddo the seer against Jeroboam the son of Nebat?

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Si el distrito múltiple tiene un directorenfunciones, será miembronatodel comité.

lionsclubs.org

lionsclubs.org

Any international

[...] director then serving from the multiple district shall be an ex-officio member of the committee.

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lionsclubs.org

Se invitó a la UNAMA

[...] a participarenla formación de personal militar de laNATOantes del despliegue.

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daccess-ods.un.org

UNAMA was invited to participate in NATO predeployment training for military staff.

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Para lograr un mayor tiempo de conservación

[...] puede emplearsenataU.H.T.Enestecaso, recomendamos [...]

utilizar únicamente productos

[...]

de marca, pues no todas las natas U.H.T. son aptas para montarlas de manera satisfactoria.

mussana.net

mussana.net

When using long-life cream, it is possible to [...]

have longer durability but it is recommendable to purchase well-known products

[...]

as not all long-life creams whip up satisfactorily.

mussana.net

mussana.net

La temperatura media en estos meses oscila alrededor de los 20 ºC, por lo que puedes

[...]

disfrutar del sol del verano mientras estás haciendo un

[...] picnic con fresas connata enuno de los numerosos [...]

parques de Oxford.

kaplaninternational.com

kaplaninternational.com

The average temperature within these months are around the mid 20Cs,

[...]

so you can enjoy the summer sun while you are having a picnic with

[...] strawberries and cream in one of Oxford's many parks.

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Spanish-German translation for "nata"

"nata" German translation


  • Sahnefemenino | Femininum f

    nata

  • Rahmmasculino | Maskulinum malemàn del Sur | süddeutschAl.d.SSuiza, alemán de Suiza | schweizerische VarianteSuiza

    nata

  • Obersneutro | Neutrum nAustria, alemán de Austria | österreichische VarianteAustr

    nata

examples

  • nata agria

    saure Sahnefemenino | Femininum f

  • nata líquida

    flüssige Sahnefemenino | Femininum f

  • nata batida/montada

    geschlagene Sahnefemenino | Femininum f

  • nata batida/montada

    Schlagobersneutro | Neutrum nAustria, alemán de Austria | österreichische VarianteAustr

  • heladomasculino | Maskulinum m de nata
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  • Hautfemenino | Femininum f

    natasobre la leche

  • natasfemenino | Femininum fplural | Plural plarte culinario y gastronomía | Kochkunst und GastronomieGASTR → see „natillas“

    natasfemenino | Femininum fplural | Plural plarte culinario y gastronomía | Kochkunst und GastronomieGASTR → see „natillas“

  • (das) Beste

    nata(≈ lo mejor)en sentido figurado | figurativ, in übertragenem Sinnfig

    nata(≈ lo mejor)en sentido figurado | figurativ, in übertragenem Sinnfig

examples

  • la (flor y) nata

    die Spitzenfemenino | Femininum fplural | Plural pl (der Gesellschaft)

  • leche, calostro, lactosa, cuajada, crema, caseína, cuajo, látex, caucho, goma
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Meaning of "nata" in the Spanish dictionary

nata 

  cream ; skim.

 The article 'Skim milk masquerades as cream: the myth of online data base searching' discusses some of the barriers which need to be overcome if on-line data base searching is to become fully integrated with everyday reference services.

 Her husband went out to buy a gallon of whole milk and then poured the skim down the kitchen sink!.

bocadito de nata 

cream puff

Cream puffs begin with a baked puffed shell of choux pastry which is then filled with cream and dusted with a thick coating of powdered sugar.

codearse con la crema y nata de la sociedad 

rub + shoulders with the rich and famous

 If you want to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, Marbella is the place for you.

flor y nata de la sociedad, la 

cream of society, the

 But in reality, those invited either want to mingle with 'the cream of society' or make sure their children marry into money.

la flor y nata  

the cream of the crop

crème de la crème

 He has surveyed 'the cream of the crop' for this book; people who have credibility and experience in various fields of scientific inquiry.

 Bibliometric analysis has identified the crème de la crème in legal medicine in a quantitative and objective way by citation analysis .

montar nata 

whip + cream

 Always chill the bowl and whisk attachment before whipping the cream.

nata batida 

whipped cream

 Place one shortcake on a plate, top with about half of the peaches and whipped cream .

nata cuajada 

clotted cream

 To most people in Britain, the phrase 'clotted cream' instantly summons up an image of teatime.

nata de la leche  

milk fat

butterfat

 An account is given of the manufacture of caramel, toffee and fudge products, which contain milk solids and milk fat as basic ingredients.

 Both fatty acids were provided as a natural component in butterfat.

nata montada 

whipped cream

 Place one shortcake on a plate, top with about half of the peaches and whipped cream .

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Traditional Nata

Traditional Nata

One of the best things to come from raw milk is nata.  Nata is the cream that thickens and congeals from boiling raw milk.  It’s naturally sweet, creamy, silky, and tastes absolutely fabulous dolloped on top of toasted homemade, European style bread.

Today, many people that drink raw milk are under the assumption that its a traditional practice.  Really, the way its gone mainstream specifically within various health groups is quite modern.

Traditionally, the people that drank raw milk were farmers – those that owned their own dairy cows.

In most other countries and cultures, raw milk has always been boiled first to kill off any pathogens or bacteria before being consumed.  This is true for my family in Spain as well as my cultural friends that have come to live in the United States from various locations throughout the world.  They have each grown up drinking raw milk; however, it has always been boiled before being consumed.

One of the things that brings the biggest smiles to their faces is when I mention raw milk.  Not for the milk, but for the nata. It’s one of those treasured flavors that can only come from boiling milk with cream.  Either raw or non-homogenized pasteurized milk.

Many people would never think to boil their raw milk; however, one thing to note is that when most people boiled their milk at home, they would only bring it just to a boil – A temperature of about 110F – 120F.  At that temperature, although some of the beneficial bacteria and enzymes are destroyed, many are still preserved and the danger of any pathogens present in the milk are destroyed. 

Today, the lowest temperature of pasteurized milk that we can find at the market is VAT at 185F.  As you can see, raw milk boiled over the stove top at home is a more nourishing alternative with the added benefit of being able to enjoy nata.

My family currently drinks raw milk, but in truly learning what has been traditional to my family I am thinking about starting to boil our milk before consuming it.  Although I completely endorse anyone that makes the decision to feed their family raw milk, stories like this help me understand why my family in Spain took the time to boil their milk first.

Currently, I boil VAT pasteurized, non homogenized milk when I make my families homemade yogurt.

Traditional Nata

We go through about a gallon a week of yogurt that all of my children enjoy to eat plain with a drizzle of honey.  I raise the temperature to 185F using a culture from plain, organic, whole milk yogurt I buy at Trader Joes.  Once the temperature reaches 185F, I turn off the heat and allow the milk to cool down on the stovetop.

While it starts to cool, a thick, congealed, cream will start to form on the top of the milk.

Traditional Nata

This is the nata.

With a spoon, you can scoop it out.

Traditional Nata

It tastes absolutely best, freshly scooped, nice and warm, spread on toasted bread.

I think this is why most mothers enjoy nata.  Because it was she who would boil the milk for her family and indulge in the nata 😉

Traditional Nata

Traditional Nata

Nata is the cream that thickens and congeals from boiling raw milk. Its naturally sweet, creamy, silky, and tastes absolutely fabulous dolloped on top of toasted homemade, European style bread.

Ingredients:

  • Vat pasteurized, non-homogenized milk or raw milk

Method:

  1. Bring non-homogenized milk or raw milk to a boil.
  2. Turn off the heat and allow to cool on the stove top.
  3. While it starts to cool, a thick, congealed, cream will start to form on the top of the milk.
  4. Scoop it off with a spoon and dollop onto toasted bread.
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Spanish nata meaning

nata

Si Lisboa fuera un sabor, sería un pastel de nata.

If Lisbon were a flavour, it would be pastel de nata.

El Zoggs Predator Polarized es la versátil máscara de nata.

The Zoggs Predator Polarized is the versatile swimming goggl.

Esto indica que la tortuga es una superviviente nata.

This indicates that the turtle is a born survivor.

Una pequeña cantidad de brandy se añade a la nata montada.

A small amount of brandy is added to the whipped cream.

En un cuenco grande poner el puré, la nata y la vainilla.

In a large bowl put the puree, and vanilla lanata.

Productos que deben incorporarse a la nata: fórmula B

Products to be incorporated into cream — formula B

Pastéis de nata en Lisboa, Portugal 13.

Pastéis de nata in Lisbon, Portugal 13.

De hecho, Jordan tiene todas las cualidades de una líder nata.

In fact, Jordan has all the qualities of a natural born leader.

La nata en la segunda cocción no es habitualmente.

The skin in the second cooking usually does not happen.

No tienes que aguantar a la flor y nata.

You don't have to listen to the boring gentry-folk.

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There are 2 main translations of nata in Spanish

: nata1ñata2

nata1

skin, n.

Definition of skin ( US English | UK English )

Other words for skin

feminine noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(sobre la leche hervida)

      skin

      • Unir suavemente y por último añadir la nata montada.
      • Añadir la nata y hervir hasta que este cremoso.
      • Añadir la nata a la pasta anterior y mezclar.
      • Añadir un chorrito de nata liquida y una pizca de azafrán.
      • En otro pote calentar la nata liquida hasta que empiece a hervir.
      • Montar la nata y mezclarla con la mermelada de cerezas.
      • Montar la nata y mezclar con el puré de ciruelas.
      • Incorporar una cucharada de nata y pimienta molida con el molinillo.
      • Incorporamos 2 cucharadas de nata para espesar y trituramos bien.
      • Puedes aderezarla con una cucharada de nata y espolvorearla con perejil picado.
      • La ignorancia hace nata a la hora de opinar.
      • El clasismo hace nata en Chile en todos los estratos sociales.
      • En ese momento añadimos medio litro de nata y seguimos cociendo cinco minutos.
      • Incorporar un cuarto de litro de nata montada.
      • Un cuarto de litro de nata para montar. 4 claras de huevo.
      • Agregamos la nata liquida y vertemos sobre una fuente de horno.
      • Agregar la nata a la mantequilla y dos cucharadas de masa.
      • Una vez frío agregar la nata y reservar el conjunto.
      • Es entonces cuando incorporamos la nata y mezclamos todo bien.
      • Incorpora la nata y mezcla bien cuando vayas a servirla.
      • Incorporar la nata y el perejil y un poco de cayena.
      • Agregar el licor de mandarina, 100 ml de nata y el zumo.
      • Calentar 50 ml de nata, incorporar la gelatina escurrida y mezclar bien.
      • A continuación agregar 100 ml de nata y continuar la cocción durante 5 minutos.
      • Estaba presente la crema y nata de la sociedad y varios amigos nuestros.
      • Junto a ellos, no faltó la flor y nata de la sociedad británica.
      • A su sombra empieza a relacionarse con la flor y nata de la sociedad romana.
      • Se mezcla con cuidado y sin batir la nata montada.
      • Batir la nata con el azúcar hasta que esté bien montada.
      • Batir la nata montada con el café soluble y el azúcar.
      • Batir los huevos con la nata y el queso parmesano.
      • Hacemos una salsa calentando la nata y el queso de Cabrales.
      • Seguidamente, incorpore la nata y el queso parmesano.
      • No seré yo quien eche sal a estas fresas con nata.
      • Comer fresas con nata en las gradas, otra vieja costumbre.
      • Un ideal disfraz de fresa con nata a punto de ser devorada.
      • Una vez blanda triturar con la nata y la mantequilla.
      • Quitar todo el agua de cocción y agregarle nata y mantequilla.
      • Sin leche fresca, yogur, nata y mantequilla.
      • Diluir el sobre de flan en un vaso de nata.
      • Medio vaso de nata agria. 2 pepinillos en vinagre.
      • Separar medio vaso de nata y disolver en él el sobre de cuajada.
      • Mezclar la nata y las yemas con movimientos suaves y envolventes.
      • Preparar la crema de queso mezclando la nata y la leche.
      • Mezclar la nata con las yemas de huevo en un tazón.
      • Batir la crema o nata fresca hasta que este un poco espesa.
      • Para conseguirla, puede añadir a la nata fresca zumo de limón.
      • Seguidamente mezclar los huevos con la nata y la leche.
      • La nata y la leche condensada hace que el helado no cristalice.
      • Adornamos con el resto de la nata y las guindas.
      • Cubrirlo todo con el resto de la nata montada.
      • Desmoldarlo y servirlo con el resto de la nata montada.
      • Batir la nata con el azúcar hasta que esté bien montada.
      • Con una batidora montamos la nata con el azúcar.
      • Montar la nata con el azúcar glacé y reservar cuatro cucharadas.
      • La nata o crema es menos grasa de lo que creemos.
      • Añadirla esencia de vainilla y la nata o crema de leche.
      • Postre a base de planchas de merengue con nata o crema.
      • Se pone azúcar y una bola de helado de nata o nata helada.
      • Por ejemplo, un yogur desnatado en lugar de un helado de nata.
      • Mousse de chocolate blanco sobre sopa de fresas y helado de nata con curry.
      • Una taza de nata, mejor si es natural.
      • Por último, echar media taza de nata y un chorrito de vinagre.
      • Y no se donde se puede encontrar la nata agria.
      • Todo acompañado con cremas de nata agria y panes negros.
      • Los Demidoff se sirven con caviar y nata agria por encima.
      • Seguidamente mezclar los huevos con la nata y la leche.
      • Batir los huevos con la nata y el queso parmesano.
      • Batir los huevos con la nata y mezclarlo con la lechuga.
      • Se saca del molde y se adorna con nata.
      • Adornar con nata o con lo que se desee.
      • Adornar con la nata reservada y la trufa restante.
      • Decorar con nata montada y trocitos de fruta al gusto.
      • Decora con la nata montada con el azúcar restante.
      • Añadir 3 cucharadas soperas de nata espesa hasta la primera ebullición.
      • Los productos lácteos se transformaran en nata espesa, quesos.
      • Cubrir con la nata mezclada con el tomate y gratinar.
      • Se cubre con nata y se espolvorea tomillo por encima.
      • Colocamos la última capa de bizcocho y cubrimos con nata montada.
      • Hacer un puré muy fino y mezclar la nata.
      • Añadimos la nata y echamos todo sobre la base de chocolate.
      • Quitar todo el agua de cocción y agregarle nata y mantequilla.
      • La montamos igual que la nata, no necesita azúcar.
      • Los Demidoff se sirven con caviar y nata agria por encima.
      • Añadir la nata, salpimentar y dar un hervor.
    • 1.2Spain (crema)

      cream

      flor

  • 2Mexico

There are 2 main translations of ñata in Spanish

: nata1ñata2

ñata2

nose, n.

feminine noun

(ñatas)

informal

Latin America

  • 1

    • Ñata es hija de españoles y con sus hermanos se dedicó a administrar una finca en Santa Lucía.
Sours: https://www.lexico.com/es-en/traducir/nata

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See also:Nata, natà, ñata, ñāta, Natã, n-ata, n-atá, andAppendix:Variations of "nata"

Balinese[edit]

Romanization[edit]

nata

  1. Romanization of ᬦᬵᬝ
  2. Romanization of ᬦᬵᬣ

Bikol Central[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

nata (natà) (Bikol Legazpi)

  1. (interrogative)why
    Synonyms:tano, bakin, hadaw

Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin*natta, from Latinmatta.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

nata f (pluralnates)

  1. cream(dairy product)

Further reading[edit]


Finnish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈnɑtɑ/, [ˈnɑt̪ɑ]
  • Rhymes: -ɑtɑ
  • Syllabification: na‧ta

Noun[edit]

nata

  1. (botany)fescue(Festuca)

Declension[edit]

Anagrams[edit]


Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

1257. Probably from the same origin as the Frenchnatte(“mat”).[1]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

nata f (pluralnatas)

  1. milkskin
    Synonym:tona
  2. cream

Related terms[edit]

References[edit]

  • “nata” in Dicionario de Dicionarios do galego medieval, SLI - ILGA 2006-2012.
  • “nata” in Dicionario de Dicionarios da lingua galega, SLI - ILGA 2006-2013.
  • “nata” in Tesouro informatizado da lingua galega. Santiago: ILG.
  • “nata” in Álvarez, Rosario (coord.): Tesouro do léxico patrimonial galego e portugués, Santiago de Compostela: Instituto da Lingua Galega.

Italian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

Participle[edit]

nata

  1. femininesingular of nato

Adjective[edit]

nata

  1. femininesingular of nato
  2. née

Etymology 2[edit]

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

  1. inflection of natare:
    1. third-personsingularpresentindicative
    2. second-personsingularimperative

Anagrams[edit]


Japanese[edit]

Romanization[edit]

nata

  1. Rōmaji transcription of なた

Latin[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

nāta f (genitivenātae); first declension

  1. femalechild, daughter
  2. (in general, informal)girl(poss. under Gaulish influence)[1]

Declension[edit]

First-declension noun.

Descendants[edit]

Verb[edit]

natā

  1. second-personsingularpresentactiveimperative of natō

Participle[edit]

nāta

  1. nominativefemininesingular of nātus
  2. nominativeneuterplural of nātus
  3. accusativeneuterplural of nātus
  4. vocativefemininesingular of nātus
  5. vocativeneuterplural of nātus

Participle[edit]

nātā

  1. ablativefemininesingular of nātus

References[edit]

  • nata in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short (1879) A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press
  • nata in Charlton T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary, New York: Harper & Brothers
  • nata in Charles du Fresne du Cange’s Glossarium Mediæ et Infimæ Latinitatis (augmented edition with additions by D. P. Carpenterius, Adelungius and others, edited by Léopold Favre, 1883–1887)
  • Carl Meißner; Henry William Auden (1894) Latin Phrase-Book[2], London: Macmillan and Co.
    • (ambiguous) according to circumstances: pro re (nata), pro tempore
  1. ^ Bilingualism and the Latin Language[1], Cambridge University Press, 9 January 2003, →ISBN, pages 196–

Old Norse[edit]

Noun[edit]

nata ?

  1. spear
  2. nettle

Descendants[edit]


Portuguese[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Medieval Latin*natta, variant of Latinmatta, from Punic or Phoenician (compare Hebrewמיטה \ מִטָּה‎ (mitá, “bed, couch”)).

Alternative forms[edit]

Noun[edit]

nataf (pluralnatas)

  1. cream (oily part of milk)
  2. (figuratively)cream of the crop (the best of something)
  3. the elite; high society

Etymology 2[edit]

Adjective[edit]

nata

  1. femininesingular of nato

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Frenchnatte(“mat”),[1] in the sense of cream covering milk as a mat covers a floor.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈnata/, [ˈna.t̪a]
  • Hyphenation: na‧ta

Noun[edit]

nata f (pluralnatas)

  1. (dairy)cream
  2. skin(on boiled milk)
  3. elite
  4. (in the plural)whipped cream; custard

Derived terms[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, Edward A. (2014) A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the Spanish Language with Families of Words based on Indo-European Roots, volume II, Xlibris Corporation, →ISBN

Further reading[edit]


Swahili[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

nata (invariable)

  1. sticky, spread on
    • Mapendekezo ya mada nata (Sticky topics suggestions)
    • Kukabiliana na mambo nata (To deal with sticky issues)

Verb[edit]

-nata (infinitivekunata)

  1. to be viscous,
  2. to stick, to adhere to
  3. to be concentrated on

Conjugation[edit]

Sours: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/nata


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