Translation of cinder in Spanish:

cinder

carbonilla, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɪndər//ˈsɪndə/

noun

  • 1

    (ember)
    carbonilla feminine
    carboncillo masculine
    • An eight-year-old boy threw coal cinders to drive away dogs threatening his friends.
    • One day when I was growing up, a train went by and a cinder from the steam engine blew up on the roof and started a fire.
    • Even the finest of rookies may be fated to burn out and plummet to earth as a cold cinder within a season or two.
    • Two years ago, a couple claimed their child was burned by a flying cinder from a train.
    • The sky was black, blanketed in rolling clouds of smoke that glowed with patches of baleful red, from burning cinders.
    • She alone has the presence of mind to remove a burning cinder from a table full of explosives.
    • Flipping a lighter, Peter lit the crumpled sheet and watched the flickering ball of fire slowly turn to a cinder in his hand.
    • A hot cinder from my cigarette dropped onto my foot.
    • She looked a positive wreck: covered with smoking cinders, several burn marks adorning her loose denim pants.
    • Firewalking refers to the activity of walking on hot coals, rocks or cinders without burning the soles of one's feet.
    • The night had been long and cold and the smouldering fire at the front of the camp was burning its final cinders around midday.
    • Just when the flame got large enough to burn the entire leaf, it stopped abruptly - not even a cinder left.
    • When I awoke the fire had burnt down to the last cinder.
    • His presence seemed to add a cinder or two to the dying fire of the winners' performance.
  • 2cinders plural

    (ashes)
    ceniza feminine
    rescoldo masculine
    • Inside the town, the cottage bursts into flame and quickly burns down to cinders.
    • A hint of cinders and burnt tobacco might very well add to the complexity of a wine and make it all the more pleasing.
    • Defeat came as a red blast of heat and a blizzard of ash and cinders.
    • Lincoln's schoolyard was covered with tiny black cinders that stung the flesh in a fall.
    • The place was a mess; all the tables were either broken or burnt to cinders.
    • We made our ascent on pony, winding our way over cinders and ash.
    • Spread an inch of gravel or cinders on the bottom for drainage and set pots in.
    • To cut the cost, savvy bosses burnt firewood, chaff and coal cinders in addition to the coal briquettes and balls.
    • The wheels are exposed to a lot of corrosive elements such as the dust, salt, stones, and cinders.
    • I too spent happy times wandering round the ‘field’ which was mostly of dirt and cinders.
    • You have to stand next to the barbecue, though, and lift the grill up occasionally, otherwise your meat will end up as cinders.
    • Gas-rich lavas, particularly those that are of high viscosity, form large quantities of cinders and ash which collect in a cinder cone.
    • The courthouse was shelled and burnt to cinders - along with all its documents.
    • They emerge from the cinders to feed and mate when the sun has warmed the rock surfaces.
    • Within a week the government started to send the displaced persons back to their homes, which are now cinders and ashes.
    • Many loose materials are sold by the cubic yard, including cement, dirt, sand, rock, landscaping bark, gravel and cinders.
    • Coarse, clean sand and small sifted cinders placed round the bulbs will also ward off attacks.
    • In the end, all that remains are ashes, cinders.
    • They grew in cinders, rubble, scrap, and clay across St. Louis-barren, sunny spaces where nothing else would grow.
    • I hurried my breakfast, cleaned the fire, riddled the cinders, chopped the sticks and filled the coal bucket.
  • 3

    Geology
    toba (volcánica) feminine
  • 4

    (slag)
    escoria feminine
    • Years ago this was the way Rowntree's disposed of its cinder waste from its incinerator - it had waiting lists of people wanting this material.
    • The members flattened coal cinders for a runway and built a hangar from scrap wood.
    • Eventually we find a new little bike path of dirt and cinder that follows the Little Patuxent river.
    • The ship was transporting coal cinders from Malaysia to Shanghai.
    • The concrete balcony stairs, however, were constructed of poorly consolidated cinder concrete and needed extensive repair.
    • We are going a roundabout way to the village via an abandoned rail line with a cinder trackbed.
    • The high school parking lot has a cinder surface instead of asphalt, wooden ties instead of concrete for the curbs.
    • The four shop tracks had a coaling plant, sand house and cinder plant as well.