In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo intransitivoputrefies, putrefying, putrefied
- However, during the hot Polish summers, the bodies started to putrefy.
- Anything organic is going to putrefy or ferment very, very rapidly.
- ‘It means that liquid has sat in your ears long enough to putrefy,’ I explained.
- If these sugars cannot be broken down, they will sit in the large intestine and putrefy, leading to a bloated feeling and gas.
- When an extremity has been invaded by bacteria and the blood supply is choked off, the limb begins to putrefy.
- He believes that one important cause is ‘postnasal drip’ from the nose that accumulates and putrefies on the very back of the tongue.
- And the minute that the magnificent, multifaceted Crenshaw arrives to putrefy all around him, the scene is set for classic comedy.
- The taste was so putrefying that I felt as if I were about to double over.
- Tilden postulated that improper diet led to stagnation of food in the colon, which then putrefied and formed toxins.
- Ganges water does not putrefy, even after long periods of storage.
- If there is too much protein in our body it putrefies due to the long process of digestion required.
- His blood congealed, his heart putrefied and he knew he had to react sharply.
- It radiated a smell of freshness in putrefying ether.
- The putrefying smell carried through the broken compressed-air pipe to the trapped miners and, eventually, to the rescue workers.
- It had that taste of something vile that had been slowly putrefying in the hot weather.
- This protracted process resulted in a backlog of bodies that were often putrefying by the time they were cremated.
- The body starts to putrefy within a minute or two of death, and bubbles of gas come up through the mouth.
- As it putrefies and decays, your breath smells bad, your sweat smells bad, and your bowels smell bad.
- The bodies were left as a warning, to putrefy dangling in public.
- Raw meat putrefies because it is an ideal food for micro-organisms.
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