Definición de soot en inglés:

soot

Silabificación: soot
Pronunciación: /so͝ot
 
/

sustantivo

A black powdery or flaky substance consisting largely of amorphous carbon, produced by the incomplete burning of organic matter.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Diesel particulate matter consists of soot mixed with anything from volatile organic compounds to sulphur and nitrous oxides.
  • What impact, if any, does soot and black carbon from fires have on the glaciers of Kilimanjaro?
  • Very low particulate, soot, and volatile organic emissions are released when it is burned.

verbo

[with object] Volver al principio  
Cover or clog (something) with soot.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The tremendous heat has consumed all vegetation, destabilized ground areas, sooted the work environment and caused burned trees to become unsafe.

Origen

Old English sōt, of Germanic origin; related to German dialect Sott, from an Indo-European root shared by the verb sit.

Frases

(as) black as soot

Intensely black.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The skin was black as soot, and smooth as if not really skin at all.
  • And I never would have believed it a military unit, even one from the North, cause every face I saw was as black as soot.
  • He pulled back his hood with a hand as black as soot.

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