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curdle

División en sílabas: cur·dle
Pronunciación: /ˈkərdl
 
/

Definición de curdle en inglés:

verbo

Separate or cause to separate into curds or lumps: [no object]: take care not to let the soup boil or it will curdle [with object]: making cheese by curdling milk
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The curd which is half curdled has been considered as a totally unwholesome food item.
  • There are records of cheesemakers is the Scottish Highlanders, Cheshire and Gloucestershire using Lady's Bedstraw to curdle milk and colour their cheese.
  • If the tub can be left for a decent period of time in direct sunlight, so the cream begins to separate and curdle, all the better.
Sinónimos
clot, coagulate, congeal, solidify, thicken;
turn, sour, ferment

Origen

late 16th century: frequentative of obsolete curd 'congeal'.

Frases

make one's blood curdle

1
Fill one with horror.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Thinking back, it makes my blood curdle because I played without a helmet and with little padding.
  • The '68 original remains the one to make your blood curdle.
  • And what we get is responses that just make your blood curdle when you get them back.

Derivados

curdler

1
Pronunciación: /ˈkərdlər, ˈkərdl-ər/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Used at night, the curdler unit can produce a voodoo effect used to break up chanting, singing and clapping.
  • The squawk box or sound curdler uses two loudspeakers of 350 watt output to emit two slightly different frequencies which combine in the ear to produce a shrill shrieking noise.
  • The most dangerous blood curdlers are anger and stress.

Palabras que riman con curdle

engirdle, girdle, hurdle, nurdle

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