kind in English
adj. gentle, good-hearted, benevolent; understanding, compassionate
n. child, baby, young person, kid, youngster; son
Seffa is made with broken vermicelli (the thin kind, the type you normally find in soups), which are steamed and sweetened with powdered sugar and crushed nuts.
The fish there is one of the tastiest kinds I have ever tried, you are eating the fish pretty much moments after it has been caught by the local fishermen.
What kind of “big” party could take place in a place that little? The mystery continued.
One of the things we loved the most was a very special kind of bar that only exists in Spain (or so I think): the chiringuito.
Of course, in the States there´s also these kind of shops.
Something very curious, is that in Spain is that there are many kinds of churches with all sorts of names: cathedral, basilic , hermitage…
Our experience in Spain discovering wonderful places was great, but discovering these venues where they only sell one kind of product or stuff, and their names, was very funny!
For example, one day in the north of Spain we ordered a tapa called “callos”…I don’t know how to explain what it is, but it’s a kind of pig’s meat that I didn’t like at all, because it was a bit…viscose.
Kids are doing many kinds of jobs in the summer, such as working in bars, restaurants, and entertainment clubs for young children.
I was tired of just hanging out and was ready for some kind of action.
1. class: variety, character, set, sort, breed, genus, race
2. good-hearted: compassionate, humane, benevolent, good, sympathetic, gentle, friendly