Translation of sear in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 [flesh/arm] quemar, chamuscar* [meat] [Cookery/Cocina] [ dorar rápidamente a fuego muy vivo ] [wound] [Medicine/Medicina] cauterizar*Example sentences
Example sentences1.2 (wither) [heat] secar*, achicharrar, abrasar; [frost/wind] secar*
- Even though the sun was near the horizon, it still sent out waves of intense heat that seared the ground until it was bone dry.
- But the effect of her forgetfulness was that her successor, Stephen Lander, took the heat of some searing criticism for decisions for which he had no responsibility.
- How will those hardy minions survive the summer blasts of arctic air conditioning in between the bouts of broiling street heat beneath searing serge?
Example sentences1.3 (mark, scar) marcar*
- This cooking method allows small pieces of food to be seared and cooked very superficially, thus retaining their texture and flavour.
- He offers this simple tenderloin - quickly sautéed to sear the outside but not melt the marbling inside - for a special holiday meal.
- The unique characteristic of this charcoal is that it can heat up to a very high temperature, which helps sear the meat and lock in its juice.
- Scattered along fertile valleys, between sands and snows, most Afghan people farm land which is seared by 40 Centigrade summers, and is snowbound by the long, cold winters.
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