Definición de gelatin en inglés:

gelatin

Silabificación: gel·a·tin
Pronunciación: /ˈjelətn
 
/
(also chiefly dated gelatine)

sustantivo

1A virtually colorless and tasteless water-soluble protein prepared from collagen and used in food preparation as the basis of jellies, in photographic processes, and in glue.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In a bowl over an ice water bath, combine asparagus juice with gelatin and whip until it becomes a stiff foam.
  • When you think of a black-and-white photograph, you probably envision a silver gelatin print.
  • Return to the blender and add the softened gelatin and blend again.
1.1 (usually blasting gelatin) A high explosive consisting chiefly of a gel of nitroglycerine with added cellulose nitrate.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Since that time - and even more since Nobel's development of nitroglycerin-based blasting gelatin in 1875-its impact on the mining and construction industries has been profound.
  • One thing that sprang to mind was blasting gelatin.
  • One of Nobel's last significant discoveries was closely related to his work with blasting gelatin.

Origen

early 19th century: from French gélatine, from Italian gelatina, from gelata, from Latin (see jelly).

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