Abrasador in english


pronunciation: bɜrnɪŋ part of speech: noun
In gestures

abrasador = burning ; searing ; blistering ; scorching ; baking hot ; sultry ; torrid ; sweltering. 

Example: A choking emotion, partly made up of incredulity and in part a burning resentment filled Drew Pope.Example: His searing and rigorously logical analysis of the '1949 ALA Rules for Entry' is one of my favorite pieces of writing on cataloging.Example: The best place to be on a blistering day is in the shade.Example: It is widely known that black robes help the Bedouins to keep cool in the scorching heat of the desert.Example: He slept on a camp bed in the baking hot room between 12-hour shifts and survived on leftovers brought to him by friendly chefs.Example: The day was sultry, and some of the party, being parched with thirst, left the line of march, and scrambled down the bank of the river to drink.Example: The impression in England was that Queensland was a torrid place, not suitable for white occupation, and very thinly occupied, mostly by blacks.Example: Her silver britches gleamed in the sweltering Saturday afternoon sun.


» calor abrasadorscorching heatblistering heatsearing heat .

Example: With scorching heat from above and hard labour in the fields, Mirza Kak felt pangs of hunger.

Example: Normally snow-covered in winter, the mountain range is bare now but offers some welcome shade from the blistering sun.

Example: As the searing heat in the region continues, wildlife's struggle for survival becomes more difficult each day.

» día abrasadorscorcher  ; a scorcher of a day .

Example: The room felt unnaturally warm for so early in the morning that it was apparent that today would be a scorcher.

Example: As Saturday morning dawned, it had the promise of being a scorcher of a day.

» fuego abrasadorblazing fire .

Example: What better way to take refuge from the cold than dinner in front of a blazing fire?.

» hacer un calor abrasadorbe boiling hot .

Example: Would you rather it was boiling hot all year round or freezing cold all year round?.

» sol abrasadorscorching sun .

Example: Despite the current heat wave, some people have no choice but to carry on with their work under the scorching sun.

Abrasador synonyms

burn in spanish: quemar, pronunciation: bɜrn part of speech: verb, noun ardent in spanish: ardiente, pronunciation: ɑrdənt part of speech: adjective alight in spanish: posarse, pronunciation: əlaɪt part of speech: verb fervent in spanish: ferviente, pronunciation: fɜrvənt part of speech: adjective lit in spanish: iluminado, pronunciation: lɪt part of speech: noun fiery in spanish: ardiente, pronunciation: faɪɜri part of speech: adjective torrid in spanish: tórrido, pronunciation: tɔrəd part of speech: adjective blazing in spanish: flameante, pronunciation: bleɪzɪŋ part of speech: adjective fervid in spanish: fervoroso, pronunciation: fɜrvəd part of speech: adjective painful in spanish: doloroso, pronunciation: peɪnfəl part of speech: adjective impassioned in spanish: apasionado, pronunciation: ɪmpæʃənd part of speech: adjective combustion in spanish: combustión, pronunciation: kəmbʌstʃən part of speech: noun perfervid in spanish: ardiente, pronunciation: pɜrfɜrvəd part of speech: adjective afire in spanish: un incendio, pronunciation: əfaɪr part of speech: adverb ablaze in spanish: ardiendo, pronunciation: əbleɪz part of speech: adjective flaming in spanish: llameante, pronunciation: fleɪmɪŋ part of speech: adjective aflame in spanish: inflamado, pronunciation: əfleɪm part of speech: adjective electrocution in spanish: electrocución, pronunciation: ɪlektrəkjuʃən part of speech: noun fueled in spanish: alimentado, pronunciation: fjuəld part of speech: adjective lighted in spanish: iluminado, pronunciation: laɪtəd part of speech: adjective on fire in spanish: en llamas, pronunciation: ɑnfaɪɜr aflare in spanish: aflare, pronunciation: ɑflɑr part of speech: adjective burning at the stake in spanish: ardiendo en la hoguera, pronunciation: bɜrnɪŋætðəsteɪk part of speech: noun
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