Translation of incinerate in Spanish:


incinerar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈsɪnəˌreɪt//ɪnˈsɪnəreɪt/

transitive verb

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    • And, you know, is it best to be incinerating that waste material or putting it in landfill, which is what's going on at the moment.
    • At the end of 1945, five million anthrax-infected cattle cakes were incinerated in one of Porton Down's furnaces.
    • CoCo View incinerates its garbage, and the strong smoky smell often permeated the rooms.…
    • I was assured that as Bolton incinerates its rubbish, and the incinerator is used to produce electricity as a by-product, that in effect this waste is being recycled.
    • Now modern cities appropriate millions of dollars a year to incinerate garbage and even more money to recycle it.
    • Similarly, it used to be perfectly in order to incinerate confidential papers.
    • I was incinerating papers in the back yard one day when the wind changed and my hand was badly burned.
    • Usually, wood is incinerated by fire when a bolt of lightning strikes it.
    • Instead of incinerating the waste, hospitals should reduce the use of PVC and mercury products, as safer alternatives are easily available.
    • After sorting the refuse at a central depot any waste that can be incinerated should be.
    • Safe, cheap alternatives to incinerating hazardous waste are easily implemented.
    • Just incinerating them, destroying them - they were lost forever.
    • If, however, the plant will be able to incinerate the material within a reasonable time, and can store it in the meantime, then it is not a misuse of language to say that the plant currently has incinerating capacity.
    • The proposed plant will mass incinerate waste but it will use thermal treatment as part of its separation and treatment process.
    • It had also been permitted to incinerate garbage, but the company has suspended the activities on its own, the officials said.
    • The incineration process converts the matter being incinerated into energy.
    • The group have pointed out that a section of the Kildare Waste Management plan has suggested that Kildare could incinerate their waste in the Midlands.
    • The remainder, which includes body parts and the cytotoxic material, will be incinerated abroad.
    • But best of all, this new form of reactor can incinerate waste from other reactors, turning today's noxious stockpiles into energy.
    • And incinerating the chemical along with other hazardous waste generates dioxins and other pollutants.