Ablandar in english

Soften

pronunciation: sɑfən part of speech: verb
In gestures

ablandarse = go + soft. 

Example: As he approached a line of vehicles stopped at a light, he attempted to apply the brake, but it went soft and to the floor.

ablandar = soften ; tenderise [tenderize, -USA]. 

Example: This was so that the stuffing could be teased out and cleared of lumps, and so that the pelts could be softened by currying and soaking them in urine; the smell is said to have been revolting.Example: Brief details are given of a method for hanging mutton and lamb carcasses by the pubis to tenderise the meat.

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» ablandar la carnetenderise + the meat .

Example: Shoulder muscles are well-developed so they need slow cooking to tenderise the meat and make it rich, sticky and irresistible.

» ablandarsego + soft .

Example: As he approached a line of vehicles stopped at a light, he attempted to apply the brake, but it went soft and to the floor.
Ablandar synonyms:
break in spanish: descanso, pronunciation: breɪk part of speech: verb, noun yield in spanish: rendimiento, pronunciation: jild part of speech: noun, verb buffer in spanish: buffer, pronunciation: bʌfɜr part of speech: noun moderate in spanish: moderar, pronunciation: mɑdɜrət part of speech: adjective cushion in spanish: amortiguar, pronunciation: kʊʃən part of speech: noun damp in spanish: húmedo, pronunciation: dæmp part of speech: adjective relent in spanish: ceder, pronunciation: rɪlent part of speech: verb mince in spanish: picar, pronunciation: mɪns part of speech: noun, verb dampen in spanish: humedecer, pronunciation: dæmpən part of speech: verb weaken in spanish: debilitar, pronunciation: wikən part of speech: verb
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