Definition of 'boiler'
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District schemes are seen as environmentally friendly because they provide heating for neighbourhoods from one central boiler. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Check to see if boiler heating systems require a special endorsement. Christianity Today (2000)The company is gearing up for production of its first fuel cell boilers towards the end of the year. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The company also manufactures the Ideal range of domestic gas boilers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So, is it worth looking at replacing your old oil or gas boiler? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Heat pumps will displace gas boilers, but that will be a slow process. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Don't attempt to remove a back boiler or a gas fire in the home. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Breathe easy Many people going abroad worry about the safety of gas boilers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The domestic boilers wouldn't boil. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)Costs have been cut by changing the crude mix and switching the plant's boilers to burn gas rather than more expensive fuel oil. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I want to know why those gas boilers were not identified, why they were not serviced regularly. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The lifespan of gas boilers is about 12 years, so yours could be considered well into middle age. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Gas powered the boilers, which drove a turbine at the car's rear linked to the back wheels. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Last week I got a whopping discount on a new gas boiler, on account of my age. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My advice for people is: watch out, get three quotes on the insulation and keep the new gas boiler running for another decade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Tenants are benefiting from a range of new technologies, including double glazing and communal gas boilers with intelligent controls, which result in lower heating bills. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'boiler'
British English: boiler /ˈbɔɪlə/ NOUN
A boiler is a device which burns fuel to provide hot water.
- American English: boiler
- Arabic: مِرْجَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: caldeira
- Chinese: 锅炉
- Croatian: grijač za vodu
- Czech: kotel
- Danish: centralvarmefyr
- Dutch: boiler
- European Spanish: caldera
- Finnish: höyrykattila
- French: chaudière
- German: Boiler
- Greek: βραστήρας
- Italian: caldaia
- Japanese: ボイラー
- Korean: 보일러
- Norwegian: kjele
- Polish: bojler
- European Portuguese: caldeira
- Romanian: boiler
- Russian: котел
- Spanish: caldera
- Swedish: panna värme
- Thai: หม้อน้ำ
- Turkish: kazan
- Ukrainian: котел
- Vietnamese: nồi hơi
Definition of boiler from the Collins English Dictionary
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