Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1(container)panera femininethe breadbasket of Europe — el granero de Europa
2slang(stomach)panza feminine informaltripa feminine Spain informalguata feminine Andes informal
- There were no punches landed to the breadbasket during this bout.
- I'd like to put a knee into him, right in the breadbasket.
- This is a classic gnome placement that has a Midwestern sensibility as well as a minimalistic charm that hits you right in the breadbasket.
- They would sometimes run from me, kick me in the breadbasket, or spray me with irritating chemicals, but in the end I almost always won them over.