Hay 2 traducciones principales de dredge en Español

: dredge1dredge2

dredge1

dragar, v.

Pronunciación /drɛdʒ//drɛdʒ/

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    (channel/river) dragar
    • But residents said that, in the meantime, the agency should dredge the river to speed up the flow and reduce the risks.
    • He pointed out that the Ministry of Defence was only surveying and investigating what might happen if the approaches to the harbour were dredged.
    • ‘We are also aiming at improving the quality of the environment by organizing a number of programs to dredge rivers, and reduce foul water and vehicle emissions,’ he said.
    • They should not have waited so long when the rainy season is upon us to dredge rivers and prepare for flooding.
    • Now related departments are working on a feasibility report to determine which parts of the river should be dredged and how to treat the sediment.
    • A deep water basin will be dredged in the Thames to ensure vessels do not ground at low tide and the new jetty will be extended forward by about ten metres.
    • To increase barge traffic and nitrogen transport, the Mississippi River needs to be dredged and locks need to be rebuilt.
    • They have even begun dredging rivers to remove the dumped bodies of cars.
    • York resident David Harrison said the agency should be spending its time dredging rivers rather than producing ‘poor quality’ calendars.
    • Some people have suggested that to alleviate flooding the river should be dredged.
    • The harbour is to be dredged, and a pontoon will be built across the middle, the better to accommodate sailing cruisers.
    • Certain highly influential lobby groups have been arguing that, in order to preserve wildlife habitats, rivers should not be dredged or kept clear of trees and other obstructions.
    • This includes servicing lights, channel markers and dredging the river which is becoming increasingly shallow because not enough vessels use the port to churn up the mud.
    • He added: ‘If everything goes ahead as planned, we will dredge, maintain and deepen the harbour.’
    • The final task of dredging an area large enough to accommodate the vessel is expected to be completed by the end of this month, Mr Gibson said.
    • At a cost of $133 million, the harbour was dredged and a dock constructed, abandoned oil wells were plugged and petroleum infrastructure relocated.
    • Others have to be dredged often because the rivers that feed them carry so much silt and sediment that the deep shipping channels slowly fill in.
    • The area is to be dredged and the access channel will be deepened.
    • If more effort were put into ensuring rivers and watercourses were properly dredged and cleared of weed and vegetation, it may have helped to contain the water, he said.
    • Mrs Ball believes the situation could be improved significantly if the River Bourne was dredged.

verbo intransitivo

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    (in river, canal)
    dragar
    • To begin, it is important that everyone realize that this boat was originally built to dredge for oysters.
    • As such, there is limited information on this topic, although as noted, most recreational fishers dive rather than dredge for scallops.

nombre

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    (net)
    red de arrastre femenino
    • An oyster dredge - basically a flat, steel basket about one yard wide - is dragged along the bottom to harvest the oysters.
    • As the dredge dropped to the seafloor, instruments attached to its cable measured the temperature and optical properties of the seawater.
    • I remember when I wanted to find out what happened to a particular dredge and he could tell me.
    • Old dredges stood ready to open the navigation channels should there ever be enough water.
    • The sludge from the bottom of the swamp that the dredge hauls up dripping and oozing at least has substance: you can dry it out, look at it through a microscope, describe it, or flush it down the toilet.
    • The soundings indicated a modest depth of only 525 fathoms and there was no expectation of anything out of the ordinary when the dredge was sent down at 10 o'clock that morning.
    • A similar fate confronts hundreds of small recreational ports where boating and sportfishing businesses could dry up because the plows - in this case, the dredges - may not come.
    • Around 1976, a dredge was brought in to deepen the harbor.
    • The dredge returned from 1,600 meters under the sea filled with live mussels and fresh sulfide minerals.
    • He said a dredge is being used to bring up wreckage submerged under 11m of water.
    • The dredge, one of the few left outside of Alaska, has been restored.
    • At 4 A.M., they deployed the dredge in the hope of getting something before the weather got too bad but had to pull it up before it passed 1,300 fathoms.
    • But after mechanical fishing dredges destroyed the oyster reefs early in the 20th Century, the water became increasingly turbid and oxygen deficient.
    • She could spend a morning describing how the Army Corps of Engineers, with massive dredges, keeps the rivers flowing along the paths shown on maps.
    • These employees, like the rest of the on-shore mining personnel, worked long shifts, the dredges being lit up at night with high wattage floodlights.
    • What goes on up here at The Labs is marine biology, where students learn to appreciate what the dredge brings up from the muddy bottom.
    • Steam driven clamshel dredges finished the last in 1930.
    • As they were pulling in the dredge, the rope snapped.
    • Hydraulic dredges are still in use although the effort directed on razor clams has declined.
    • Scallop, oyster and crab dredges consist of steel frames and chain-mesh bags that plow through the seabed to sift out target species.
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Hay 2 traducciones principales de dredge en Español

: dredge1dredge2

dredge2

rebozar, v.

Pronunciación /drɛdʒ//drɛdʒ/

verbo transitivo

Cocina

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    (cover completely)
    rebozar
    • Stuff the zucchini blossoms with mixture and dredge in flour, egg wash and panko; repeat process.
    • Season the fillets with salt and pepper, and dredge them lightly in flour shaking off the excess.
    • Brush the pie with milk and dredge with caster sugar.
    • Spread mustard around lamb; dredge in herb crumbs.
    • Dredge all vegetables and seafood in flour and pat off excess, then dredge all but the peppers in batter.
    • Cut chicken into 1/2 inch pieces and dredge in all-purpose flour.
    • Roll potato into one-and-a-half-inch balls, dredge in flour, then in the other beaten egg, then in crumbs.
    • Season the catfish and dredge in flour, patting off any excess.
    • For the soft-shell crab: season the crabs and dredge in flour, shaking off any excess.
    • Season the frog's legs with salt and pepper and dredge in the flour.
    • Season chicken thighs with salt and pepper to taste and dredge in flour.
    • Season sweetbreads with salt and pepper and dredge in flour.
    • Do not dredge the pasta in flour to prevent sticking, as the flour turns to glue when cooked and, ironically, causes the pasta to stick together (using semolina flour from Italian delis instead will help).
    • Drain on kitchen paper and roughly pile on to warm plates, dredging with icing sugar while they are still warm.
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    (cover top of)
    espolvorear
    dredge the cake with sugar espolvorear el pastel con azúcar