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Detailed Translations for boiling from English to Spanish

boiling:

boiling [the ~] nom

  1. the boiling (cooking)
    el hervor
  2. the boiling (cooking)
    el brebaje

Translation Matrix for boiling:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
brebaje boiling; cooking brew; concoction
hervor boiling; cooking
- simmering; stewing
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- cooking; making

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Related Definitions for "boiling":

  1. extremely1
    • boiling mad1
  2. cooking in a liquid that has been brought to a boil1
  3. the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas1

Wiktionary Translations for boiling:

boiling
adjective
  1. of a thing: extremely hot
  2. that boil(s)

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
boiling ebullición; hervor ébullition — bouillir sur le feu

boil:

boil [the ~] nom

  1. the boil (furuncle)
    el forúnculo; el absceso; el furúnculo
  2. the boil (festering wound; sore)

to boil verbe (boils, boiled, boiling)

  1. to boil (scald)
  2. to boil (start boiling; seethe; reach the boiling point)

Conjugations for boil:

present
  1. boil
  2. boil
  3. boils
  4. boil
  5. boil
  6. boil
simple past
  1. boiled
  2. boiled
  3. boiled
  4. boiled
  5. boiled
  6. boiled
present perfect
  1. have boiled
  2. have boiled
  3. has boiled
  4. have boiled
  5. have boiled
  6. have boiled
past continuous
  1. was boiling
  2. were boiling
  3. was boiling
  4. were boiling
  5. were boiling
  6. were boiling
future
  1. shall boil
  2. will boil
  3. will boil
  4. shall boil
  5. will boil
  6. will boil
continuous present
  1. am boiling
  2. are boiling
  3. is boiling
  4. are boiling
  5. are boiling
  6. are boiling
subjunctive
  1. be boiled
  2. be boiled
  3. be boiled
  4. be boiled
  5. be boiled
  6. be boiled
diverse
  1. boil!
  2. let's boil!
  3. boiled
  4. boiling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for boil:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
absceso boil; furuncle abscess; festering wound; sore
forúnculo boil; furuncle
furúnculo boil; furuncle
herida supurando boil; festering wound; sore
hervir boiling up; seething
- boiling point; furuncle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bullir boil; reach the boiling point; seethe; start boiling anneal; boil with rage; bubble up; cook; reach the boiling point; rise; seethe; start boiling
cocer boil; scald bake in; cook
extraer hirviendo boil; scald
hacer hervir boil; reach the boiling point; seethe; start boiling anneal; boil with rage; cook; reach the boiling point; seethe; start boiling
hervir boil; reach the boiling point; scald; seethe; start boiling anneal; boil with rage; cook; reach the boiling point; seethe; start boiling
- churn; moil; roil; seethe

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Related Definitions for "boil":

  1. the temperature at which a liquid boils at sea level1
    • they brought the water to a boil1
  2. a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus1
  3. immerse or be immersed in a boiling liquid, often for cooking purposes1
    • boil potatoes1
    • boil wool1
  4. bring to, or maintain at, the boiling point1
    • boil this liquid until it evaporates1
  5. come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor1
    • Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius1
  6. be in an agitated emotional state1
  7. be agitated1

Wiktionary Translations for boil:

boil
verb
  1. cook in boiling water
  2. heat (a liquid) until it begins to turn into a gas
noun
  1. accumulation of pus
  2. point at which fluid begins to change to a vapour

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
boil cocer koken — vloeistof verwarmen totdat er zich in de hele vloeistof bellen vormen die naar boven stijgen en openspringen
boil buba; chichón BeuleAnschwellung der Haut
boil forúnculo FurunkelMedizin: eine tiefe, eitrige Entzündung des Haarbalgs und des umliegenden Gewebes
boil hervir; estar en abullición siedentransitiv: etwas kochen, zum Kochen bringen
boil hervir; bullir bouillir — Être dans l’état d’ébullition. Se dit proprement des liquides, lorsque la chaleur ou la fermentation y produit un mouvement et qu’il se forme des bulles à la surface.
boil forúnculo furoncle — médecine|fr Petit phlegmon douloureux, qui a son siège dans les parties profondes de la peau et caractériser par la formation d’une escarre ou bourbillon.
boil ebullición; hervor ébullition — bouillir sur le feu

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