Translation of absorbent in Spanish:


absorbente, adj.

Pronunciation /əbˈzɔːb(ə)nt//əbˈzɔrbənt//əbˈsɔrbənt//əbˈsɔːb(ə)nt/


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    • In a bag of platelets or plasma, the psoralens break down after a day, and an absorbent resin wafer in the bag removes the byproducts.
    • Clothing should be light-colored and lightweight and limited to one layer of absorbent material to facilitate evaporation of sweat.
    • The first material is acrylate, a highly absorbent material that gels with exudate fluid and is capable of absorbing up to 300 times its own weight.
    • Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus and protective suits laid sheets of absorbent material on the slick to soak up the chemicals.
    • If necessary, wipe your lens with a dry, lint-free absorbent cloth.
    • Some furnishings are made of absorbent materials that make them ‘sinks’ for other pollutants.
    • For successful printing, you need paint of the right consistency (not too thick, not too thin), absorbent paper and plenty of newspaper to cover your floors!
    • He took out the bacon from the skillet and placed it on three sheets of absorbent paper towel.
    • Layer very wet, sloppy materials (fruit wastes, etc.) with absorbent ingredients such as sawdust or shredded dry leaves.
    • Green campaigners say home laundered cloth nappies save parents money and they are made mostly from natural fabrics while disposable nappies are made of paper pulp, absorbent chemicals and plastic.
    • Cloth diapers are made of an absorbent material, such as cotton.
    • After doing several areas, dry off excess moisture with soft absorbent cloths or towels, which can be laundered and reused.
    • Lining the jambs between the inner and outer window with a soft, absorbent material such as felt will result in even greater noise reduction.
    • In the mid-1860s, he succeeded in mixing it with an inert absorbent material.
    • Lay an absorbent cloth soaked in hydrogen peroxide directly over the stain; put an ammonia-saturated cloth on top of this.
    • This is the style of germination test best suited to the home garden, since all you need is a paper towel (or similarly absorbent paper product) and a zip-lock bag.
    • Before laying your liner, compact the soil and cover it with a layer of sand or an absorbent material such as old carpeting or newspaper.
    • Hensen says absorbent fibres successfully soaked up the bulk of the oil that covered the dam like a sheet last week.
    • The bottom of the cage was covered with absorbent paper; this paper was soaked with distilled water three times per week.
    • Blot excess oils with an absorbent paper towel or terry cloth rags.