- 1.1 [sugar/flour] tamizar*, cernir*, cerner*; (sprinkle) espolvorearMore example sentences1.2 [facts/evidence] pasar por el tamiz or la criba
- Diamonds sparkle in the radiance of my headlamp as snow sifts from an ebony sky.
- Snow was sifting down at Tiffindell ski resort near Rhodes yesterday morning, adding to over 25 cm which had fallen since Friday.
- Watch any good fell runner descending from a summit and it's like sand sifting through an egg timer.
- we'll have to sift through all the applications carefully vamos a tener que pasar todas las solicitudes por el tamiz or la cribaMore example sentences
- Rummaging through a small compartment next to her, she began to sift through old cards and small papers that she might need later on.
- Lord Hutton was asked to do a specific job: to take evidence, sift it, and reach conclusions.
- For this reason, post-publication review is very important to sifting good theory from bad.
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Bullfighting is popular in Spain and in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. For some Spaniards it is crucial to Spanish identity. The season runs from March to October in Spain, from November to March in Latin America.