There are 2 translations of ferment in Spanish:

ferment1

vt

/fərˈment; fəˈment/
  • 1.1 [Chemistry/Química] [Cookery/Cocina] (hacer*) fermentar
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    • Without lactase, milk and other lactose-rich foods ferment in the intestine, releasing excessive gas.
    • Next, the juice is placed in stainless steel tanks or oak barrels where the wine will ferment following the addition of yeast.
    • When milk ferments, naturally or aided by chemicals in the dairy, the milk changes into a solid fraction and a watery fraction (whey).
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    • People in ancient China, India and the Mediterranean region employed biochemistry for making bread with yeast, fermenting beer and wine, and treating diseases with plant and animal extracts.
    • The starch stored in natural plant sugars is harvested and then the sugar is fermented into lactic acid.
    • In this case, the beer is fully fermented, then filtered to remove the yeast, then carbonated and stored in a tightly sealed keg, ready for immediate drinking.
    1.2 (stir up) [trouble/unrest] fomentar
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    • I would not want anything to be said in relation to that that would ferment any problems.
    • The problem is, that we can't ferment the democratic revolution ourselves, because most of the democratizers seem to be saying to us, keep your distance.
    • ‘The principal and his henchmen blamed us for fermenting trouble and putting dangerous ideas in the heads of young people,’ he says.

vi

/fərˈment; fəˈment/

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In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.

There are 2 translations of ferment in Spanish:

ferment2

n

/ˈfɜːrment/
  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (turmoil) agitación (feminine) to be in ferment estar* agitado or conmocionado
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    • That suggests greater ferment - and more excitement - in Singapore's arts scene.
    • Hollenstein's education also went on outside the studio classroom, for Munich was a major site of artistic ferment in the first decade of the twentieth century.
    • There is still the sense of scientific, political and religious ferment, although Pears is a much more literary writer.
  • 2 2.1 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable (substance) fermento (masculine) 2.2 uncountable/no numerable (process) fermentado (masculine)
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    • They have a slightly gamy flavour, due to the enzymes or ferments from the gut.
    • In my opinion, the albuminous materials were never the ferments, but the nutrients of the ferment.
    • The recent literature on ferments seemed to indicate that enzymes were a more likely candidate.

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Word of the day insensible
adj
insensitive …
Cultural fact of the day

In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.