Translation of lava in Spanish:

lava

lava, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɑːvə//ˈlɑvə/

noun

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    lava feminine
    • From deep crevices we could feel the heat where lava had not as yet cooled from the last flow.
    • Lightening crashed, thunder rolled, ash and molten lava spumed from the mountains.
    • From here, millions of years ago, volcanic eruptions spilled lava over the land.
    • The tuffs are associated with subordinate sandstones and siltstones and minor lava.
    • This can explain where the information came from that produces living organisms in hot lava coming from a volcano.
    • For volcanic rocks which cool from molten lavas, this would seem to be a reasonable assumption.
    • The sun was setting beyond dark cumulous clouds which took on the appearance of volcanoes edged with lava.
    • Bombs are pieces of molten lava that are thrown out of the volcano.
    • By contrast, lavas emitted by Hawaiian volcanoes can flow for upwards of miles - they flow like rivers.
    • Near-continuous volcanism has been occurring for at least the past 30 million years and continues to produce a wide variety of alkaline lavas and other volcanic products.
    • The volcanic pile built up above sea level so that lavas began to be erupted subaerially.
    • Much of the town is in flames as lava from a volcano began falling down on Thursday.
    • Located at the southern tip of the Korean peninsula, Cheju has been shaped by volcanic lava.
    • This landslide material was then embayed by lava when the central caldera was flooded.
    • Suppose that the mountain erupts, leaving lava around the countryside.
    • Other variants include feldspar-pyroxene-phyric lava and, rarely, aphyric lava.
    • The tuffs and lava were derived from a nearby andesitic volcanic centre.
    • They include lavas and volcaniclastic rocks of basaltic and andesitic composition together with cogenetic gabbros, plagiogranites and granites.
    • In Tokaj-Hegyalja the soils are volcanic with a topsoil of decayed lava.
    • Back then, the hot ash, lava and ensuing mud flows killed more than a thousand people.