- 1.1(ice/butter)derretirse(metal/wax)the candy melted in his mouthfundirse1.2 (become mild, gentle)el caramelo se le deshizo or se le disolvió en la boca(person)ablandarse(anger)he melted in her armsse derritió en sus brazosExample sentences
Example sentences1.3to melt
- I would just look into his beautiful eyes and melt.
- Jadelyn followed his gaze and nearly melted at the tenderness with which he looked at his sister and how protective he was of her.
- It was a smile Elizabeth had never seen on her husband's face before; one so full of love and tenderness that her heart melted.
- Without another word, he vanished, melted away into the shadows, which slowly began to dissolve.
- Rowena's frown melted away as she sensed the air cooling dramatically.
- After listening to a five-minute speech outside County Hall - empty of staff for the bank holiday - they melted away as peacefully as they had come.
intosomethingher grimace melted into a smilethey melted into the crowdla mueca se le transformó en sonrisahe just melts into the backgroundse perdieron en la muchedumbrethe scenes melt into one anotherpasa desapercibidolas escenas se funden unas con otras
- 1.1 (liquefy)(snow/butter)1.2 (make gentle, compassionate) See examples: their cries melted her heartsu llanto la conmovióExample sentences
- This snow didn't melt as soon as it touched you… it stuck to your skin and sat there before slowly melting away.
- The blizzards had ceased three days ago and the remaining snow was swiftly melting away in the face of the late January sun.
- It was all covered in white frost, glinting and melting away with the first rays of the sun, making it a perfect picture for a postcard.
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In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.