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By Charles Dickens
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Asked Scrooge. "To any kindly given. " asked Scrooge. " Spanish aprons: sendero. baker's: panadería. bearers: apoyos. blotch: mancha. chapel: capilla, iglesia. cooking: cocción, cocina. dinners: cena de gala, cena, banquete. doorway: puerta. fetch: traer, traemos, traed, trae, traéis, traes, traigo, traigan, traen, traiga, coger. flavour: olor, sabor, gusto. flocking: flocado, congregar. humour: humor. incense: incienso, encolerizar. innumerable: innumerable. inspection: inspección, visitación, registro, control.
Mistletoe: muérdago. obeyed: Obedecido, obedeció. oranges: naranjas. oysters: Ostiones. petrification: petrificación. poultry: aves, aves de corral, pollería. powerless: impotente. predicament: apuro. proclaimed: proclamado. red-hot: candente, salchicha, vigoroso. rhinoceros: rinoceronte. roaring: rugiente, rugido, rugir, clamoroso. sausages: salsichas, salchichas, embutidos. shuffled: barajado. tracing: trazado, calco. whence: de dónde. 42 A Christmas Carol seething bowls of punch, that made the chamber dim with their delicious steam.
Ebenezer! " Scrooge's former self, now grown a young man, came briskly in, accompanied by his fellow-'prentice. " said Scrooge to the Ghost. "Bless me, yes. There he is. He was very much attached to me, was Dick. Poor Dick! " said Fezziwig. "No more work to-night. Christmas Eve, Dick. Christmas, Ebenezer! " You wouldn't believe how those two fellows went at it! They charged into the street with the shutters--one, two, three--had 'em up in their places--four, five, six--barred 'em and pinned 'em--seven, eight, nine--and came back before you could have got to twelve, panting like race-horses.