Translation of dry rot in Spanish:

dry rot

noun

  • 1

    putrefacción de la madera producida por un hongo
    • But by the time Walter took it over, the condition of the house was already deteriorating due to dry rot.
    • However, it was forced to send out an emergency appeal for help and funds after dry rot was discovered in part of the building and floods threatened to destroy the garden area.
    • It is possible that a spark smoldered in dry rot in the aging timber under the house and later reignited, setting off a chain of terrible events leading to the children's deaths.
    • The former home of world-renowned novelist Elizabeth Gaskell in Plymouth Grove is another building which is in dire need of work due to subsidence and dry rot.
    • However, the sellers ended up giving back a huge chunk of their profits when a termite inspection revealed that there was extensive dry rot in the internal framing.
    • There are more unknowns with conversions, and you could have dry rot, for example, which will have to be dealt with despite the financial implications.
    • Bannisters have been stripped and eroded by the rain and Elaine's door has been penetrated by dry rot.
    • Even so, the building has dry rot in places and the roof still leaks.
    • By 1952 about two thirds of the house was taken down to cope with a dramatic reduction in the number of staff available, a number of dry rot outbreaks and the bleak financial outlook at the time.
    • If it has dry rot, whether you knew about it or not, you are responsible for getting rid of it.
    • Weir Baptist Church needs to raise £300,000 to develop a building on the site of the former Doals Church, in Burnley Road, which was demolished in 1996 after it was found to have dry rot.
    • There was other, direct, evidence of dry rot in the timbers of the building.
    • Apparently the building is full of dry rot and has to come down.
    • Ironically, the rest of the building is in good condition apart from some dry rot in the North Aisle where a temporary floor has been put down.
    • The frame is all cracked now and if it stays like that it could get dry rot.
    • Mr Thompson said money raised in a matter of months to repair the old church had been spent on re-roofing, tackling dry rot, re-plastering and re-decorating.
    • A surveyors' report revealed that the 18-year-old prefabricated building had dry rot and a collapsing floor.
    • She alludes to the ease with which dry rot spreads in wood.
    • There are also unsafe parts of the building as the stairs have dry rot and the main beam is rusting badly.
    • The new visitor centre will replace the current crumbling museum building, which is suffering from damp and dry rot.