- [liquid] hervir* a fuego lento; [controversy/dispute] fermentar she was simmering with resentment/anger estaba a punto de estallar de resentimiento/iraMore example sentences
- As controversy simmers this summer about problems in wheat production, some are reminded of the role a row about wheat played in the turbulent events of 1277.
- Well, the tension's been simmering a long time.
- This had been simmering a long time - his grandparents are Islander fans.
- [liquid/food] hervir* a fuego lentoMore example sentences
- The resulting cooking liquid is simmered, seasoned, and served as the accompanying sauce.
- He's standing at the stove, simmering spaghetti sauce.
- For the young, brought up on MTV and quickie meals and express lines, will spending hours and hours lovingly simmering a pot of degchi mutton be something futile and unimaginable?
- (no plural/sin plural) to keep sth at a o on the simmer dejar que algo hierva a fuego lento bring it to a simmer and add the carrots cuando rompa el hervor, añada las zanahoriasMore example sentences
- Reduce your boiling water to a simmer, and plop two raw bagels in the water.
- But just knowing her little brother was inside was enough to make her blood heat to a simmer.
- Once at boiling point, lower to a simmer, cover and cook for about 25 minutes or until tender, then liquidise and check seasoning.