In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(change into vapor)evaporarse
- The tank becomes cold as a result, and the pressure inside the cylinder remains essentially constant until all the liquid has evaporated.
- Check from time to time that the liquid has not completely evaporated - there should be just enough left to make a bit of a sauce with.
- It is a beautiful deep reddish brown liquid that evaporates easily, giving off strong fumes that irritate the throat and lungs.
- Similarly, when any liquid evaporates to a vapour the process demands heat.
- In this case, the liquid will eventually evaporate completely.
- The liquid evaporates in the heat pipe's evaporation section.
- The process of evaporating the liquid to a gas absorbs heat, and condensing it back to a liquid releases it.
- When the two processes are combined so a liquid is evaporated and then condensed the process is called distillation.
- Because of their heavier weight, heavy water molecules evaporate less readily than light water molecules.
- It turns out that all liquids can evaporate at room temperature and normal air pressure.
- Urey's approach was to collect a large volume of liquid hydrogen and then to allow that liquid to evaporate very slowly.
- As the liquid evaporates, its vapor replaces the air in the flask.
- If it is too hot, the liquid will evaporate not absorb.
- The heat of vaporization is the heat that is absorbed to transform a substance from its liquid state to its vapor, that is, to boil or evaporate the liquid substance completely.
- In this case, the liquid or solid will eventually evaporate or sublimate completely.
- Maple sugar is made by evaporating the liquid from maple syrup.
- Gas samples are injected directly into the column, but liquid samples are injected into a heating unit that evaporates liquid, which then enters the column as a vapor.
- At room temperature, kerosene is a thin liquid that evaporates easily and smells slightly sweet.
- Portions of the wick that are not evaporating the liquid fuel are themselves consumed in the flame, limiting the exposed length of the wick.
- As the liquid fecal material evaporates, it cools their legs.
2(disappear)(fear/hope) desvanecerse(support/opposition) evaporarse(opposition/support) esfumarse
- The goodwill and rapport that certainly existed before is simply evaporating.
- I think that the body ceases and the soul, like I said, evaporates.
- Now I don't exactly mind shops, and I'll visit clothes shops or cookery shops on those fleeting days when all the money hasn't evaporated from our bank account.
- Last July, when Pan went to withdraw some money from the bank, he was dumbfounded to find that all the money in his US and Hong Kong dollar accounts had evaporated.
- My point is that it bothers me that so many things we were assured of before and during the war seem to evaporate in its wake.
- The generosity of spirit that had existed between my co-diners during our starters evaporated.
- But when the President cut his losses and made it clear that even he no longer supported the mission, public resolve evaporated.
- Because the impression one gets is that there was a lot of vocal opposition and now that the building had been burnt down the opposition has evaporated and the mission in effect has been accomplished.
- Indeed, even the pitch invasion at the final whistle seemed more like a wake than a party and soon evaporated into memory.
- However, while he had some support going into Thursday's meeting, that has now largely evaporated in the wake of his comments about not acknowledging the vote.
- But at the same time, take a lesson from the union that not so long ago, voted in a new president and the $300,000 bank account suddenly evaporated.
- In the past, the police have often arrested or interrogated suspects in major criminal cases - cases that then evaporated without explanation.
- Ramirez smiled thankfully, some of his worries evaporating under the summary.
- I realized that at least an hour had evaporated in pleasant reminiscing.
- The good will that existed in the wake of a closely fought contest seems to evaporate.
- When the accounting shenanigans were exposed, the company's credibility evaporated, as did its sources of credit and cash.
- The railways might, in the words of Cabinet colleague Charles Clarke, ‘make or break’ him but they could also see Labour support among the travelling middle classes evaporate.
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