boiling

listen to the pronunciation of boiling
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} kaynama

Sami'nin öfkesi kaynama noktasına ulaştı. - Sami's rage reached boiling point.

Ben geldiğimde, anlaşmazlık kaynama noktasına ulaşmıştı. - When I arrived, the dispute had reached its boiling point.

(Tekstil) 1. kaynama 2. kaynatma
{s} çok sıcak
kaynar

Yumurtayı kaynar suya koy. - Put the egg into boiling water.

Kaynar suya, baharat, baharatlı yağ ve biber ekleyin. - Add seasoning, seasoned oil, and chili, to the boiling water.

{s} kavurucu
kaynayarak
kaynatan
(Gıda) kaynama noktası

Ben geldiğimde, anlaşmazlık kaynama noktasına ulaşmıştı. - When I arrived, the dispute had reached its boiling point.

Sami'nin öfkesi kaynama noktasına ulaştı. - Sami's rage reached boiling point.

kaynatma

Italya'nın Reggio Emilia kasabasında istakozları kaynatmak yasa dışıdır. - Boiling lobsters is illegal in the town of Reggio Emilia, Italy.

Havuçları kaynatmayı bitirin. - Finish boiling the carrots.

kaynayan

Makarnayı kaynayan suya katın. - Add the pasta to the boiling water.

Kaynayan suyu bardağa boşalttı. - She poured boiling water into the cup.

{f} kayna

Kaynayan suya biraz tuz koy. - Put some salt into the boiling water.

Kaynayan suyu bardağa boşalttı. - She poured boiling water into the cup.

(isim) kaynama
{s} kızgın
{s} köpüren
(Askeri) KAYNAMA (HV. ): Vücut sıvılarında, son derece düşük basınca (47 mm. veya daha az civa) maruz kalındığı zaman meydana gelen buharlaşma
kaynıyor

Çaydanlık kaynıyor olmalı. - The kettle must be boiling.

Kahve demliği kaynıyor. - The coffeepot is boiling.

galeyan
boil
kaynamak
boil
{f} haşlamak
boil
çıban

Bir yüz çıbanım var.Bir burun deliğinin arkasında acılı bir yumru var. - I have a facial boil. There's a painful lump at the back of one nostril.

boiling point
(Otomotiv) kaynama sıcaklığı

Normal şartlar altında, suyun kaynama sıcaklığı 100 santigrat derece. - Under normal conditions, the boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius.

boiling point elevation
(Gıda) kaynama noktası yükselmesi
boiling range
(Kimya) kaynama aralığı
boiling temperature
(Gıda) kaynama derecesi
boiling tub
kaynatma kazanı
boiling point
kaynama çekidi
boiling temperature
kaynama sıcaklığı
boiling frog syndrome
Haşlanmış kurbağa sendromu: Kişinin etrafındaki değişikliğe yavaş yavaş alışması ve bu değişikliğin yavaş yavaş kendine zarar verdiğiini farketmemesi durumu
boiling house
pişirme istasyonu
boiling over
coşkun
boiling point elevation
kaynama noktası yükselimi
boiling stone
taş kaynatma
boiling up
kadar kaynar
boiling water reactor
kaynar su reaktörü
boiling citric acid
(Kimya) kaynar sitrik asit
boiling fastness
(Tekstil) kaynatma haslığı
boiling flask
kaynatma kabı
boiling hot
kavurucu sıcak
boiling hydrochloric acid
(Kimya) kaynar hidroklorik asit
boiling of sand
kum kaynaması
boiling off
(Tekstil) zamkını giderme
boiling plant
(Tekstil) kaynatma tesisi
boiling point
kaynama noktası

Ben geldiğimde, anlaşmazlık kaynama noktasına ulaşmıştı. - When I arrived, the dispute had reached its boiling point.

Sami'nin öfkesi kaynama noktasına ulaştı. - Sami's rage reached boiling point.

boiling point diagram
kaynama noktası diyagramı
boiling range
kaynama derecesi
boiling temperatare
(Tekstil) kaynama ısısı
boiling test
pişirme deneyi
boiling tub
(Tekstil) kaynatma kazanı, pişirme kazanı
boiling up
fokur fokur
boiling water
kaynar su

Kaynar suya, baharat, baharatlı yağ ve biber ekleyin. - Add seasoning, seasoned oil, and chili, to the boiling water.

Yumurtaları kaynar suyun içine koyun. - Put the eggs into the boiling water.

boiling water absorption
kaynar su soğurması
boiling water reactor
(Nükleer Bilimler) kaynar sulu reaktör
boil
{i} kaynama

Kestaneler en azından on beş dakika kaynamalı. - Chestnuts have to be boiled for at least fifteen minutes.

Su kaynamaya başladı. - The water began to boil.

boil
(Tıp) İçi cerahatle dolu deri lezyonu, çıkan, füronki
boil
kaynatmak

Suyu kaynatmak sadece üç dakika sürer. - It takes only three minutes for the water to boil.

Italya'nın Reggio Emilia kasabasında istakozları kaynatmak yasa dışıdır. - Boiling lobsters is illegal in the town of Reggio Emilia, Italy.

boil
fokurdatmak
boil
pişmek
boil
pişirmek

Yumurtaları pişirmek için suyu kaynatırsın. - You boil water to cook eggs.

Biz spagetti pişirmek için su kaynatıyoruz. - We boil water to cook spaghetti.

boil
kaynatma

Su kaynatman gerekebilir. - You may need to boil water.

Tom su kaynatmayı bilmiyor. - Tom doesn't know how to boil water.

boil
(Tıp) kan çıbanı
boil
kısaltmak
boil
buhar durumuna dönüşmek
boil
galeyan etmek
boiling hot
cehennem gibi
kier boiling
(Teknik,Tekstil) pişirme
boil
kaynama çekidi
concentrate by boiling
kaynatarak koyulaştırma
elevation of boiling point
kaynama noktası yükselimi
high boiling
yüksek derecede kaynatma
high-boiling
yüksek derecede kaynar
initial boiling point
başlangıç kaynama noktası
kier boiling
kazanda pişirme
kier boiling fastness
pişirme haslığı
kier boiling jigger
pişirme jiggeri
kier boiling liquor
pişirme çözeltisi
kier boiling plant
pişirme tesisi
close to boiling
kaynamaya yakın
close to boiling
kaynamak üzere iken
fast to boiling
kaynatmaya karşı has
hard boiling
yavaş pişirme, zor pişirme
keep boiling
kaynama devam
pan boiling
pişirme
poach, cook in boiling
kaynar kaçak avlanmak, yemek
slow boiling
yavaş pişirme
boil
(Tekstil) 1. kaynatmak, pişirmek 2. kaynamak, pişmek
boil
boil away kaynayarak buharlaşıp yok olmak
boil
{f} haşlanmak
boil
{f} köpürmek
boil
{i} son radde
boil
{f} fokurdamak
boil
özü kalan
boil
boil down kaynayarak suyunu çekmek
boil
kaynar gibi kabarmak veya köpürmek
boil
{f} galeyana gelmek
boil
{i} kızışma
boil
{i} galeyan
boil
(Diş Hekimliği) genellikle bir kıl folikülü civarında olan lokalize deri absesi
concentrate by boiling
kaynatarak koyulaştırmak
departure from nucleate boiling
(Nükleer Bilimler) çekirdek kaynamasından uzaklaşma, çekirdekli kaynamadan sapma,kaynama krizi
fastness to boiling
(Tekstil) kaynatma haslığı
fastness to kier boiling
(Tekstil) kazanda pişirme haslığı
film boiling
(Nükleer Bilimler) film kaynaması
film boiling
(Fizik,Teknik) film kaynama
film boiling
ince yüzey kaynama
laboratory boiling flask
laboratuvar kaynatma kabı
nature of boiling
kaynama karakteristiği
nucleate boiling
(Nükleer Bilimler) kabarcıklı kaynama
onset of nucleate boiling
(Nükleer Bilimler) habbecikli kaynama başlangıcı
partial boiling
(Tekstil) yarı kaynatma
resistant boiling
kaynatmaya karşı dirençli
resistant to boiling
(Tekstil) kaynatmaya karşı has
resistant to boiling
(Tekstil) kaynatmaya karşı dirençli
soda boiling
soda ile kaynatma
transition boiling
(Nükleer Bilimler) geçiş rejimi kaynaması
İngilizce - İngilizce
Extremely

He was boiling mad.

That boils or boil

boiling oil.

Present participle of boil
Very hot

It's boiling out today!.

Extremely hot

The radiator is boiling – I'm going to turn it down a bit.

The process of changing the state of a substance from liquid to gas by heating it to its boiling point
Feeling uncomfortably hot

I'm boiling – can't we open a window?.

{n} the act or state of boiling
a process in which a yarn or garment made from staple fibre containing wool or animal hair is left in boiling water so that the original fabric construction is obscured by the felted surface
cooking in a boiling liquid
Boiling water is an inexpensive and very effective way to kill bacteria in your water However, note that boiling will only disinfect water For problems like lead, bad tastes and odours, boiling will actually concentrate them
Exposure to the action of a hot liquid
{s} of the temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas
The act of ebullition or of tumultuous agitation
A water-forming technique in which leather is immersed for a short time in boiling water, causing the leather to bend and pucker When dry, the leather is extremely hard, though fragile
Something that is boiling or boiling hot is very hot. `It's boiling in here,' complained Miriam Often the food may be bubbling and boiling hot on the top, but the inside may still be cold. = baking
If you say that you are boiling or boiling hot, you mean that you feel very hot, usually unpleasantly hot. When everybody else is boiling hot, I'm freezing! = sweltering. very hot   freezing. Cooking of food by immersion in water, stock, or other liquid heated to its boiling point. Boiling is used to cook meats, vegetables, and some grain foods (pasta, for example). Scalding, accomplished by heating to about 185 °F (85 °C), is commonly used to prepare milk to be used as an ingredient in various dishes. At just above the scalding temperature, fish and eggs may be poached. At the simmering point, just below that of boiling, soups, stews, and pot roasts may be prepared. Many foods, especially vegetables, are steamed in a rack placed above boiling water
The change of phase from liquid to gas that occurs beneath the surface in the liquid The gas forms bubbles that rise to the surface and escape
{i} act of changing from a liquid to a gas; poaching
Cooking food by placing it in water that has been heated to boiling temperature (212 degrees F at sea level)
The process of changing the state of a substance from liquid to gas by heating it past its boiling point
Preparation method which cooks a liquid at a temperature of 212F or 100C
Heated to the point of bubbling; heaving with bubbles; in tumultuous agitation, as boiling liquid; surging; seething; swelling with heat, ardor, or passion
cooking in a boiling liquid the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas extremely; "boiling mad
When boiling, a mixture should have bubbles rising constantly to the top and breaking on the surface
The step in brewing at which hops are added and the wort is bittered
The rapid subsurface vaporization of a liquid
is the change of state from a liquid into a vapour occurring at a constant temperature
the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas
extremely; "boiling mad"
{s} aboil
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid boils, with the vapor pressure equal to the given external pressure
boiling points
plural form of boiling point
boiling chips
Boiling chips, also known as boiling stones, boileezers or anti-bumping granules, are small, irregularly shaped stones added to liquids to make them boil more smoothly. They provide nucleation sites so the liquid boils easily without becoming superheated. Without boiling chips, a liquid heated in a smooth container can become superheated and "burp" in a sudden, sometimes violent release of vapor. This sudden burp of gas can cause the solution and reagents to be thrown out of the container, possibly causing severe burns, ruining an experiment, or simply making a mess
boiling stone
Boiling stones, also known as boiling chips, boileezers or anti-bumping granules, are small, irregularly shaped stones added to liquids to make them boil more smoothly. They provide nucleation sites so the liquid boils easily without becoming superheated. Without boiling chips, a liquid heated in a smooth container can become superheated and "burp" in a sudden, sometimes violent release of vapor. This sudden burp of gas can cause the solution and reagents to be thrown out of the container, possibly causing severe burns, ruining an experiment, or simply making a mess
boiling flask
vessel for boiling fluids in a laboratory
boiling hot
extremely hot
boiling milk
milk which has been heated to the boiling point
boiling point
A liquid turns rapidly to its vapour at a fixed temperature called the boiling point, which varies with pressure The lower the pressure the lower the boiling point
boiling point
Temperature of equilibrium between the liquid and vapor phases of a substance at a given pressure
boiling point
n the temperature at which a liquid will vaporize
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid becomes equal to the pressure exerted on the liquid by the surrounding atmosphere The boiling point of water is 212°F or 100°C at atmospheric pressure (14 7 psig)
boiling point
the temperature at which a liquid boils at sea level; "the brought to water to a boil
boiling point
temperature at which a substance becomes a gas; situation during which one loses control
boiling point
Temperature at which the vapour pressure of a liquid is just above the total pressure of its surroundings At this stage, the liquid is rapidly converted into the vapour state MORE
boiling point
being highly angry or excited; ready to boil over; "after an hour of waiting I was at the boiling point"
boiling point
The boiling point of a liquid is the temperature at which it starts to change into steam or vapour. For example, the boiling point of water is 100° centigrade. The boiling point of water is 373 K Heat the cream to boiling point and pour three quarters of it over the chocolate
boiling point
temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equivalent to the surrounding atmospheric pressure, and the liquid rapidly becomes a vapor Flammable substances possessing low boiling points are considered fire hazards
boiling point
The temperature at which a substance in the liquid phase transforms to the gaseous phase; commonly refers to the boiling point of water which is 100°C (212°F) at sea level
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid turns into a gas Each kind of matter has its own boiling point
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equal to the pressure on the liquid
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid changes from a liquids to a gas, at normal atmospheric pressure
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a vapor state at a given pressure
boiling point
The temperature at which the pressure of the vapor is equal to the pressure exerted on the liquid The normal boiling point is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is 14 7 psia (1atm)
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid boils and changes rapidly to a vapor (gas) state at a given pressure (see Evaporation) Expressed in degrees Fahrenheit (F) or Centigrade (C) at sea level pressure
boiling point
temperature at which a liquid is converted to vapor or gas
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid atmospheric pressure or at which the liquid changes to a vapor The boiling point is usually expressed in degrees Fahrenheit If a flammable material has a low boiling point, it indicates a special fire hazard
boiling point
The temperature at which the equilibrium vapor pressure between a liquid and its vapor is equal to the external pressure on the liquid Compare ice point
boiling point
Temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is just slightly greater than the total ambient pressure The liquid, as a consequence, is rapidly converted from the liquid state to a vapor
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid equals atmospheric pressure or at which the liquid changes to a vapor The boiling point is usually expressed in degrees Fahrenheit If a flammable material has a low boiling point, it indicates a special fire hazard
boiling point
The temperature at which a liquid changes to a vaporous state The temperature at which the equilibrium vapor pressure between a liquid and its vapor is equal to the external pressure on the liquid The boiling point of pure water at standard pressure is 100°C or 212°F
boiling point
the temperature at which a liquid boils at sea level; "the brought to water to a boil"
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid equals that of the surrounding gas or vapor
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid is equal to the pressure on the liquid (usually atmospheric pressure)
boiling point
If a situation reaches boiling point, the people involved have become so angry that they can no longer remain calm and in control of themselves. The situation is rapidly reaching boiling point, and the army has been put on stand-by. Temperature at which a liquid is converted to vapour when heated. At the boiling point, addition of heat results in the transformation of the liquid into its vapour without an increase in temperature. A liquid's boiling point varies according to the liquid's characteristics and the applied pressure. Water at standard atmospheric pressure, or sea level, boils at 212 °F (100 °C), while ethanol boils at about 172 °F (78 °C). At higher altitudes, boiling points are lower and foods can take longer to cook; pressure cookers can be used to increase the pressure so that the boiling point is raised
boiling point
The temperature at which a substance boils, or is converted into vapor by bubbles forming within the liquid; it varies pressure
boiling point
The temperature at which a substance in the liquid phase transforms to the gaseous phase; commonly refers to the boiling point of water which is 100°C (212°F) at sea level
boiling point
The temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid equals the pressure of the atmosphere
boiling temperature
temperature at which a liquid becomes a gas
boiling water
water that is being heated so as to bubble and then vaporize
boiling water reactor
a nuclear reactor that uses water as a coolant and moderator; the water boils in the reactor core and the steam produced can drive a steam turbine
boil
To heat (a liquid) to the point where it begins to turn into a gas

Boil some water in a pan.

boil
Of a liquid, to begin to turn into a gas, seethe

Pure water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.

boil
Said of weather being uncomfortably hot

It’s boiling outside!.

boil
To feel uncomfortably hot. See also seethe

I’m boiling in here – could you open the window?.

boil
The point at which fluid begins to change to a vapour

Add the noodles when the water comes to the boil.

boil
A dish of boiled food, especially based on seafood
boil
{v} to bubble through heat, to dress meat
Boil
whitlow
Boil
furuncle
boil
When you boil food, or when it boils, it is cooked in boiling water. Boil the chick peas, add garlic and lemon juice I'd peel potatoes and put them on to boil. boiled eggs and toast
boil
To steep or soak in warm water
boil
v to turn liquid to gas by raising the temperature of the liquid
boil
be agitated; "the sea was churning in the storm"
boil
be in an agitated emotional state; "The customer was seething with anger"
boil
To cook in water or a liquid in which bubbles rise continually and break on the surface Boil also means to heat a liquid or mixture until bubbles rise continually and break on the surface The boiling temperature of water at sea level is 212 degrees F
boil
used only in progressive tenses Of a person, to be uncomfortably hot
boil
If you are boiling with anger, you are very angry. I used to be all sweetness and light on the outside, but inside I would be boiling with rage
boil
To be moved or excited with passion; to be hot or fervid; as, his blood boils with anger
boil
bring to, or maintain at, the boiling point; "boil this liquid until it evaporates"
boil
the temperature at which a liquid boils at sea level; "the brought to water to a boil"
boil
To bring a liquid to boiling temperature and to maintain it throughout the cooking time
boil
A hard, painful, inflamed tumor, which, on suppuration, discharges pus, mixed with blood, and discloses a small fibrous mass of dead tissue, called the core
boil
To form, or separate, by boiling or evaporation; as, to boil sugar or salt
boil
To remove bones from poultry, meat or fish
boil
To cook food in boiling liquid, usually water A liquid is boiling when the bubbles of its vapor continuously rise to the surface and break The boiling temperature of pure water at sea level is 212Æ’ F (100Æ’ C )
boil
To cook in boiling water
boil
healt until bubbles rise continuously and break on the surface; for rolling boil, bubbles form very rapidly
boil
To be agitated like boiling water, by any other cause than heat; to bubble; to effervesce; as, the boiling waves
boil
The collective noun for a group of hawks
boil
Act or state of boiling
boil
When you boil a kettle or pan, or put it on to boil, you heat the water inside it until it boils. He had nothing to do but boil the kettle and make the tea Marianne put the kettle on to boil
boil
as, to boil meat; to boil clothes
boil
To be agitated, or tumultuously moved, as a liquid by the generation and rising of bubbles of steam (or vapor), or of currents produced by heating it to the boiling point; to be in a state of ebullition; as, the water boils
boil
v [to heat a liquid until it changes to a gas (Please boil the water for 20 minutes )] merebus (rebus) [(Tolong merebus airnya dua puluh menit )]
boil
tender, swollen areas that form around hair follicles
boil
To subject to the action of heat in a boiling liquid so as to produce some specific effect, as cooking, cleansing, etc
boil
A localized accumulation of pus in the skin, resulting from infection
boil
a painful sore with a hard pus-filled core
boil
to make someone's blood boil: see blood. or furuncle or furunculosis Inflamed pus-filled swelling due to staphylococcus skin infection at a hair follicle. It is painful and feels hard. Boils usually occur in hairy areas exposed to friction and maceration. Scratching an existing skin disorder may introduce staphylococci on the skin into hair follicles and cause a boil to arise. A carbuncle occurs when several adjoining boils merge. Healing requires discharging the pus. Treatment involves antibiotics
boil
Heat liquid until bubbles rise continuously and break on surface (212 degrees F )
boil
Of a liquid, to begin to turn into a gas
boil
also known as a furuncle, it is a septic condition of a hair folicle with a characteristic single large head
boil
To heat to the boiling point, or so as to cause ebullition; as, to boil water
boil
a painful sore with a hard pus-filled core cook in boiling liquid; "boil potatoes" bring to, or maintain at, the boiling point; "boil this liquid until it evaporates" come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor; "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius
boil
cook in boiling liquid; "boil potatoes"
boil
used only in progressive tenses Of the weather, to be uncomfortably hot
boil
To pass from a liquid to an aëriform state or vapor when heated; as, the water boils away
boil
Boiling is heating a liquid on the stove top until bubbles form and burst on the surface
boil
The point a parent reaches upon hearing the automatic "yuck" before a food is even tasted
boil
An upward flow of water in a sandy formation due to an unbalanced hydrostatic pressure resulting from a rise in a nearby stream, or from removing the overburden in making excavations
boil
To heat liquid to 212° F; at this temperature the surface is covered with bubbles
boil
v to heat a liquid until it becomes very hot
boil
When a kettle or pan is boiling, the water inside it has reached boiling point. Is the kettle boiling?
boil
To heat liquids until bubbles form on the surface and steam forms
boil
{f} change from a liquid to a gas; make something change from a liquid to a gas; cook
boil
To heat liquid hot enough for bubbles to constantly rise and break on the surface To cook food in boiling liquid
boil
To be in boiling water, as in cooking; as, the potatoes are boiling
boil
A water current upwelling into a convex mound
boil
come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor; "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius
boil
come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor; "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius"
boil
When you bring a liquid to the boil, you heat it until it boils. When it comes to the boil, it begins to boil. Put water, butter and lard into a saucepan and bring slowly to the boil
boil
To cook in water or other liquid that is bubbling rapidly, @212 degrees F = 100 degrees C
boil
a painful sore with a hard pus-filled core cook in boiling liquid; "boil potatoes"
boil
{i} swelling, blister; changing of water from a liquid to a gas, point when water changes from a liquid to a gas
boil
a severe, acute inflammation beneath the skin, or of a gland or hair follicle; boils typically have a core formed by blood clotting within the vessels
boil
To heat liquids until bubbles form on the surface and steam is given off
boil
When a hot liquid boils or when you boil it, bubbles appear in it and it starts to change into steam or vapour. I stood in the kitchen, waiting for the water to boil Boil the water in the saucepan and add the sage a saucepan of boiling water
boil
A boil is a red, painful swelling on your skin, which contains a thick yellow liquid called pus. = cyst see also boiling
keep the pot boiling
work without becoming tired; earn money for sustenance
boiling