The title of his address is 'How many drops to fill the bucket?'.
como dos gotas de agua
as alike as two peas in a pod
The core questionnaire asked for data on birth weight, age at first spoken word, and whether the twins were as alike as two peas in a pod.
gota a gota
drop by drop
The other helpful procedure is venoclysis, the slow drop-by-drop introduction into a vein, through a hollow needle, of a salt or a sugar solution.
gota de agua
drop of water
Catherine's eyes were focused on that which her ears failed to hear and she stared blankly at the drops of water as they streaked down the glass.
gota de lágrima
Putting all this together, we come out at a figure of two to three grains of salt in each teardrop.
gota de lluvia
We can call the growing droplet a raindrop as soon as it reaches the size of 0.5mm in diameter or bigger.
gota de sudor
bead of sweat
And the shirt was soaking wet, beads of sweat were forming on his forehead then coursing down to the end of his nose.
gotas para los ojos
So I tried using an eyebath and eye drops for a week with no change so I decided to try the ointment I had been prescribed but that also had no effect.
hacerle a Alguien sudar la gota gorda
give + Nombre + a hard time
give + Nombre + a hard ride
When she rejected him everyone around the table gave him a hard time and called him a loser.
It took me years to work out a relationship with him and trust me I gave him a hard ride along the way - I was suspiscious, untrusting.
hacer sudar la gota gorda
push + Nombre + to the edge
drive + Nombre + to the edge
But he was proved wrong as India pushed England to the edge and beat them hollow the following day.
In fact, very soon the people will show that when they are driven to the edge, they are as sharp as a razor.
la gota que colmó el vaso
the straw that broke the camel's back
They've had their differences of opinion, but recently there was a blow-up that was the straw that broke the camel's back.
no entender ni gota
not understand a (single) word
not understand a jot
be all Greek to
I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying.
He is an asshole because he is the typical idiot bragging that he knows something when he really did not understand a jot.
His one man show 'It's All Greek to Me' has enjoyed critical acclaim all around the world.
Seriously, the blobfish is the worst looking creature I've ever clapped eyes on.
ser como dos gotas de agua
be like two peas in a pod
They were like two peas in a pod but the only problem was that they did not like school and often played truant.
ser la gota que colma el vaso
bring + the situation to a head
But it was the government, rather than the workers and their bosses, who brought the situation to a head.
sin haber probado una gota de alcohol
Neither of us was charged because we were both stone-cold sober.
sudar la gota gorda [Inglés británico] [Inglés americano]
sweat + buckets
sweat + blood
work + Posesivo + butt off
slog + Posesivo + guts out
sweat + bullets
have + a hard time
work + Posesivo + tail off
work + Posesivo + ass off
work + Posesivo + arse off
work + Posesivo + proverbials off
All anyone really does is slump on the couch in their underwear, sweating buckets.
After spending a year sweating blood to write a novel, tossing it into a sock drawer isn't easy if you know it's good.
They've been working their butts off since the program was launched to appease the crowd.
It is a disgrace when you consider that there are people slogging their guts out and only getting paid a minimum wage of £3.70 per hour.
Though she was sweating bullets, her show went off without a hitch.
Scholars are going to have a hard time finding that reference.
A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills, and uses these skills to accomplish his goals.
What do you think of a woman expecting a baby working her ass off supporting a sorry ass man that will not work?.
She did what she could and worked her arse off to complete her assignment not only on time but to the best of her abilities.
To his credit, he's worked his proverbials off since he realised that reaching the 'Promised Land' was not just a daydream.
unas gotas de
a twist of
a drizzle of
With a hefty dollop of knowledge, a pinch of guidance and a twist of determination, every woman can learn the secrets to balancing her hormones.
The dish consists of potatoes, carrots, courgette, onion, garlic cloves, asparagus all thrown together and roasted with a weeny drizzle of olive oil.