Definição de 'drain'

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Our failure to qualify and the personal anguish my family has suffered has left me emotionally drained. The Sun (2017)Failing to manage your credit report and score can be like throwing money down the drain. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Remove to a board and drain away most of the fat from the roasting tin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Drain carefully and leave to cool in the colander. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Place two drained poached eggs in each bowl then spoon on the remaining yoghurt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then time passed and the colour drained from both cheeks and scoreboard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Press to drain off excess liquid. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was physically draining to watch. The Sun (2017)If we get a quarter of an inch of rain, the storm drains still overflow. Smithsonian Mag (2017)The green wash seems to drain the colour out of other effervescent aspects of our lives. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But they often drain your battery and incur huge internet fees. The Sun (2014)We have to find a balance of being enthusiastic and throwing money down the drain. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The liquid drains off until the walls are too thin to contain the air and pop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We felt physically and mentally drained at the end. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Then follows the biggest financial drain on their collective value. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This tube normally drains your tear fluid away. The Sun (2012)It drains the face and makes you look older than your years. The Sun (2012)They still need football if the stadium is not to be a drain on the public purse. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What gradually drains some energy from the show is the production. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Remove with a draining spoon and place in a colander to steam dry. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The vegetarian risotto looked as if it had been collected from the bottom of a storm drain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Drain carefully and leave to cool in the colander. The Sun (2012)When there is a surplus of the people resource it becomes a drain on profits. Torrington, Derek Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)Experts said doing extra homework was not enough to combat the brain drain caused by screen time. The Sun (2015)The bad blood may have drained away but their rivalry is still there. The Sun (2014)The colour drained away with immense slowness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Training without outcomes is throwing money down the drain. O'Connor, Joseph & Seymour, John Training with N.L.P. (1994)Stir the gelatine into the liquid drained from the fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The device has been well received, but has been a significant financial drain on the company. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The ferocious battle for good schools and good universities is so expensive and emotionally draining that no parent would want to endure it twice. Times, Sunday Times (2015)When worry takes on a life of its own, it becomes a huge and often pointless drain on our time and energy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

Sinônimos de drain

sewer, channel, pipe, sink
empty, unload, clear out, remove the contents of
flow out, leak, discharge, trickle
drink up, swallow, knock back, finish
exhaust, tire, wear out, strain

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Traduções de drain

Inglês Britânico: drain /dreɪn/ NOUN
A drain is a pipe that carries water or sewage away from a place, or an opening in a surface that leads to the pipe.
Tony built his own house and laid his own drains.
  • Inglês Americano: drain
  • Árabe: مَصْرَفٌ لِلمِيَاه
  • Português Brasileiro: dreno
  • Chinês: 排水沟
  • Croata: odvod
  • Tcheco: odpad odtok
  • Dinamarquês: dræn
  • Holandês: afvoerkanaal
  • Espanhol Europeu: sumidero
  • Finlandês: viemäri
  • Francês: égout
  • Alemão: Abzugsrinne
  • Grego: σωλήνας αποχέτευσης
  • Italiano: tubo di scarico
  • Japonês: 排水管
  • Coreano: 배수 펌프질 하다
  • Norueguês: avløp
  • Polonês: kanał rów odwadniający
  • Português Europeu: dreno
  • Romeno: canal de scurgere
  • Russo: дренаж
  • Espanhol: desagüe
  • Sueco: avlopp
  • Tailandês: ท่อระบายน้ำ
  • Turco: atık borusu
  • Ucraniano: водовідвід
  • Vietnamita: cống
Inglês Britânico: drain /dreɪn/ VERB
If you drain a liquid from a place or object, you remove the liquid by causing it to flow somewhere else. If a liquid drains somewhere, it flows there.
They built the tunnel to drain water out of the mines.
The water drained from the bath.
  • Inglês Americano: drain
  • Árabe: يُصَرِّفُ ماءً
  • Português Brasileiro: drenar
  • Chinês: 排放
  • Croata: iscijediti
  • Tcheco: vypustit vodu
  • Dinamarquês: dræne
  • Holandês: afvoeren
  • Espanhol Europeu: vaciar
  • Finlandês: tyhjentää nesteestä
  • Francês: égoutter
  • Alemão: entwässern
  • Grego: στραγγίζω
  • Italiano: drenare
  • Japonês: 排水する
  • Coreano: (...에서) 배출시키다 방출
  • Norueguês: tappe
  • Polonês: osuszyć
  • Português Europeu: drenar
  • Romeno: a scurge
  • Russo: осушать
  • Espanhol: escurrir
  • Sueco: tappa ut
  • Tailandês: ระบายออก
  • Turco: atık boşaltmak
  • Ucraniano: осушувати
  • Vietnamita: tháo nước


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