кислый; терпкий; едкий; резкий; колкий;
домашний торт; проститутка ; фруктовое пирожное; пирог
- "He's got the vote now - he's out of our jurisdiction," Otley said eating a custard tart I'd Just bought.
- Without saying a word, Geoffrey proceeded to place a tart in every section of the tart tin and then said, "See, there's one left."
- She was out every evening, sometimes staying away all night and coming back in the afternoon only to tart herself up for the next evening away.
- I STILL CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU INTEND TO CARRY ON SEEING THE TART BEHIND LAURA'S BACK!
- She's no tart; certainly not wor Robbie's type."
- In theatres all over the rest of the country The Tart and the Vicar's Wife packs them in, and has been ever since it opened in Preston in February 1986.
- He agreed he had once told journalists he was "a male tart" but said this was a reference to his many relationships with women, not men.
- LEMON TREACLE TART
- Neither was listening to the other talk and I thought it would be a good moment to fetch the rhubarb tart.
- The tart, he typed (as Harsnet had written).
- He put the cold sausage and the slice of tart in his pocket.
- However, by the time the apple tart stage had been reached, Ruth spoke.
- Mr Charsley's socio-anthropological pen leads us exhaustively through history, rites and recipes; no bannock, tart or biscuit is left unturned.