bleeding cold or beaming cold?

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rich7

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Venezuela español
I was watching animal planet the other day when the host said something like that. he was in Russia and it was very cold, what exactly did he say?
By the way the host was Nigel Marven the wild life expert from England.


PS. another question, is "expecting mother" or "expected mother" when bearing a child?


Thanks a ton in advance...............
 
  • garryknight

    Senior Member
    UK, English
    rich7 said:
    PS. another question, is "expecting mother" or "expected mother" when bearing a child?
    It would have been better if you'd asked this question in a new thread with a title reflecting the contents.

    In British English we say "expectant mother".
     

    mzsweeett

    Senior Member
    USA
    USA, American English
    rich7 said:
    {..............}PS. another question, is "expecting mother" or "expected mother" when bearing a child?

    Thanks a ton in advance...............
    Well over my way there are MANY different ways to say a woman is expecting a child.

    Pregnant / expecting / preggers/ bun in the oven / stork is on the way.

    I seem to remember a thread a few months ago with a similiar ring to it. Worth checking on, no??

    Sweet T.
     

    cuchuflete

    Senior Member
    EEUU-inglés
    garryknight said:
    In British English we say "expectant mother".
    I suppose we must speak a little British English on this side of the puddle, too.

    'Expectant mother' is very common here also.

    If the mother in question is a camel or llama, perhaps it would be expectorant as well? And the offspring would be the spittin' image of the mother.
     
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