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It was not just the weather that reached boiling point that summer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Just boil and add the meat juice to serve. The Sun (2016)Bring to the boil over high heat. The Sun (2016)Bring to boil for ten minutes to reduce sauce. The Sun (2016)Heat the olive oil in a medium pan over a medium heat and put a full kettle on to boil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Meanwhile, halve and boil the beans al dente. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No one wants to waste time waiting for a week's worth of rice to boil. The Sun (2016)His game remains on ice, the guessing games are back to boiling point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Boil the kettle and measure off 1 litre. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Some make one's blood boil. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Quickly reduce the liquid by half by boiling hard without a lid. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The mixture resulted in an impressively boiling liquid indistinguishable from the real thing. Campbell, Eileen & Brennan, J. H. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit (1994)Slowly heat to just below boiling point. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Watch this boiling action inside the center! Thompkins, Peter, Bird, Christopher Secrets of the Soil (1990)What do you see when a kettle boils? The Sun (2012)The pressure to recycle has reached boiling point. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The dressing room is tiny and boiling hot. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir sauce leftovers through pasta with boiled green beans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When it comes to the boil add the spuds and put on the lid. The Sun (2013)Which brings me to the second story that made my blood boil. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Remember to use a large saucepan to boil split peas as they bubble up when cooking. Elliot, Rose Cooking with Beans and PulsesMost of us let anger fester and boil until it becomes rage and hostility. Christianity Today (2000)Swap white boiled rice for wholegrain to increase your fibre intake. The Sun (2014)The classes were held outside in the boiling heat with no shade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Bring the soup to the boil for a minute. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It all boils down to hard work. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Strain the liquid and boil until reduced by half. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is noted for his exuberant style and previously caused uproar by boiling lobsters live on the show. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are just a few shows left so the heat has been ramped up from simmering point to almost boiling over. The Sun (2013)

Sinónimos de boil

bring to the boil, cook, simmer
be furious, storm, rage, rave

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terms used in cookery

Tendencias de boil

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Traducciones de boil

Inglés británico: boil /bɔɪl/ VERB
food When you boil food, you cook it in water that is boiling.
  • Inglés americano: boil
  • Árabe: يَسْلُقُ
  • Portugués brasileño: ferver
  • Chino: 煮沸
  • Croata: kuhati
  • Checo: vařit
  • Danés: koge
  • Holandés: koken aan de kook brengen/houden
  • Español europeo: cocer
  • Finlandés: keittää
  • Francés: faire bouillir
  • Alemán: kochen
  • Griego: βράζω
  • Italiano: lessare
  • Japonés: 沸かす
  • Coreano: ...을 끓이다
  • Noruego: koke
  • Polaco: zagotować się
  • Portugués: ferver
  • Rumano: a fierbe
  • Ruso: варить
  • Español: cocer
  • Sueco: koka
  • Tailandés: ต้ม
  • Turco: kaynamak
  • Ucraniano: варити
  • Vietnamita: đun sôi
Inglés británico: boil /bɔɪl/ VERB
water When water boils, it becomes very hot, and you can see bubbles in it and steam coming from it.
  • Inglés americano: boil
  • Árabe: يَغْلي
  • Portugués brasileño: ferver
  • Chino: 沸腾
  • Croata: kipjeti
  • Checo: vařit se
  • Danés: koge
  • Holandés: koken het kookpunt bereiken
  • Español europeo: hervir
  • Finlandés: kiehua
  • Francés: bouillir
  • Alemán: kochen
  • Griego: βράζω
  • Italiano: bollire
  • Japonés: 沸騰する
  • Coreano: 끓다
  • Noruego: koke
  • Polaco: ugotować się
  • Portugués: ferver
  • Rumano: a fierbe
  • Ruso: кипеть
  • Español: hervir
  • Sueco: koka
  • Tailandés: ทำให้เดือด
  • Turco: kaynatmak
  • Ucraniano: кип'ятити
  • Vietnamita: sôi
Inglés británico: boil NOUN
A boil is a red, painful swelling on your skin, which contains a thick yellow liquid called pus.

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