Traducción de mildew en Español:


mildeu, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɪlˌd(j)u//ˈmɪldjuː/


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    (on plants) mildeu masculino
    (on plants) mildiu masculino
    (on wall, fabric) moho masculino
    • They collect dust and become an ideal environment for mould and mildew to grow.
    • They'd see damp and dirt and mildew and mushrooms.
    • To help prevent mildew, space plants to allow good air circulation between them.
    • The buildings are shells with walls covered in mildew and grass growing through the floors as high as the ceilings.
    • If a plastic tub is the only option, make sure it is of the sanitized type to prevent mildew and bacteria from growing.
    • He pulled open a door, damp with mildew and half-rotted away.
    • Watch out for mildew while the plants are dormant; if it shows up as a white or brown powder, dust with sulfur.
    • For example, mold and mildew grow in moist areas, causing allergic reactions and damaging buildings.
    • Could this constant moisture cause mildew to grow on and up through the concrete slab?
    • Also keep an eye on walls which adjoin the bathroom - mildew can grow on a closet wall adjacent to the bathroom, for example.
    • In winter, ventilation pulls out interior moisture, which tends to collect in attics and may saturate insulation or cause mold and mildew to grow.
    • The mold and mildew grow because of the presence of sufficient moisture.
    • Add another $5 for a gallon of deck cleaner that removes mildew, fungus, and grime.
    • Three rooms have old wallpaper that is now covered with mildew because of the damp.
    • Other problems that could be bothersome include mildew, leaf spot, and bacterial blight.
    • It reeked of mildew and mould, like damp left in the corner of a room to fester until it sprouted life.
    • At the top of the well hung a limp brown rope covered in damp mildew.
    • Because your bathroom is the dampest and warmest area of your home, it's the most likely to grow mold and mildew.
    • Spraying rooms with an aerosol material will not eliminate mildew problems.
    • And the rainwater leaking into homes now could cause health problems months from now when mould and mildew grow in the carpets and air-conditioning ducts.

verbo intransitivo

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    (plant) cubrirse de mildeu
    (plant) cubrirse de mildiu
    (fabric/wall) enmohecerse
    (fabric/wall) cubrirse de moho
    • Loose tiles clinked underfoot and I glimpsed spoiled frescoes which had faded, mildewed or simply disappeared under whitewash.
    • The spare clothes I took with me look like mildewing rags.
    • Truckloads of clothing mildewed and had to be burned because they were simply unusable.
    • Use 100% polyester thread to help prevent the thread from mildewing.
    • Most roses grown in too much shade will quickly mildew.
    • Acid-free and treated with a fungicide to prevent mildewing, the sheets are offered with cold press, hot press and rough surface textures, and are available in 140-and 300-pound weights.
    • Carefree is made of recycled gallon milk jugs and detergent bottles, and won't mildew or stain.
    • Then, she came back, and I told her it was going to mildew since it was all wet.
    • Water accumulation can cause straw bale walls to mildew and eventually decompose, and earthen walls to deteriorate and collapse.
    • About 3 months into moving here, we noticed that every time there was a heavy rain the ceiling of our master closet would get sort of wet and look vaguely like it was mildewing.