Blenderized

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how do you say blenderized in spanish''''

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updated MAY 27, 2008
posted by Maria-Alvarado

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Or, to be even more explicit, you could say "pasado por licuadora."

updated MAY 27, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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A blender in Mexico is a licuadora (I bought mine in Mexico and carried it back), which comes from the verb licuar, to liquefy. So, if you want to use a participle that means "has been passed through a blender," you could use licuado/a/os/as.

updated MAY 27, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Possibly you meant "blend"?

it woudl be "mezclar" I guess.

updated MAY 27, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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If my sweetheart said that to me I'd be so confused . . . although quite happy to have him cook steaks! I agree with Maggie. It's not a word.

What word do we really want to translate? Blend? Pulverize? Mash? Mix? Puree'

updated MAY 26, 2008
posted by Natasha
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I think maybe the real question is how do you "-ize" a verb in Spanish?

Could you just use the regular noun and add -izar?

It's easy enough for me in English to make up a word in order to convey an idea that will still be understood. "Hey honey, could you please blenderize the drinks for me while I cook the steaks'" It's a nonsense word but conveys the meaning very well.

updated MAY 26, 2008
posted by Difster
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that's not even a word

updated MAY 26, 2008
posted by maggie