There are 2 main translations of mill in Spanish

: mill1mill2

mill1

molino, n.

Pronunciation /mɪl//mɪl/

noun

  • 1

    (building, machine)
    molino masculine
    it can take months for an application to go through the administrative mill el trámite de una solicitud puede llevar meses de papeleo
    • Derelict flour mills on the River Roach could become a new marine development, possibly including waterside homes and moorings.
    • Urban Splash will then turn its attention to other projects in the town - with renovations of old mills and the building of new apartments both likely.
    • Terrestrial centrifugal grinding mills and density-separation jigs can be adapted for this work.
    • Then, just a short distance from the church, the archaeologists discovered evidence of metalworking, a mill and farm buildings.
    • In flour mills and food processing plants, insects that survive an insecticide treatment could live on food or crumbs left by poor sanitation.
    • One older farmer, John, came into the mill today with a bag of wheat he's just harvested.
    • The co-op has also just purchased its own whole-wheat flour mill (albeit used).
    • Once upon a time, there was a handful of organic grain farmers in New York and one organic flour mill.
    • To complete a second mill, growers were charged higher fees, resulting in the defection of many Depression-weary members.
    • Formed out of an old flour mill, the building has a powerful green pre-patinated louvred wall which modifies sun penetration of the interior.
    • The hand mill for grinding flour was knocked over and she righted it, but as she looked around her, she realized there was not enough here for her to start again.
    • The automobile assembly plants in Detroit, the flour mills in Minneapolis, and the stockyards in Chicago were all urban institutions.
    • The grinding or rolling of grain can produce acceptable swine feeds if the mills are operated correctly.
    • The first industries, which developed at the beginning of the twentieth century, included a brewery, a chocolate factory, and a flour mill.
    • At mills or bakeries, barley flour can be added to flours from other grains for baking.
    • Last year the company closed several grain mills in NSW.
    • The agriculture-based industry like cold stores, rice mills and flour mills had come to a grinding halt.
    • Built in the 1950s as a flour mill, this huge brick building was used for only 20 years before it was abandoned.
    • These water mill agencies each operated a mill, making flour for the Food Services Bureau of the imperial palaces as well as for other residents of the capital city.
    • In Hobart and Launceston the colonists captured the waters of nearby streams to power flour mills.
    • This is the case for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, edible oils and fats, grain and feed mills, bakeries and ice cream factories.
    • The town boasted three flour mills, a bakery, a tannery, several breweries, shops and rows and rows of little cottages.
    • Mr Naeem in his petition pointed out that as many as 100 flour mills have been closed down in the province due to non-availability of wheat.
    • In colonial America, small streams powered rural grist mills and sawmills.
    • He recently finished a series of photos of old grist mills.
  • 2

    (grinder for pepper etc)
    molinillo masculine
    • Also at odds with the ‘fine dining’ experience were the salt and pepper shakers on each table - not a pepper or salt mill in sight.
    • The fish is seasoned with salt and a few twists of a mill containing peppercorns and allspice berries.
  • 3

    cotton mill fábrica de tejidos de algodón feminine
    • paper mill fábrica de papel
    • saw mill aserradero
    • steel mill fundición de acero

transitive verb

  • 1

    (flour) moler
    • Now, instead of paying to have someone else mill their wheat, they add value to their crop by grinding and bagging it themselves.
    • Brands evolved after the Civil War as a pledge of quality for newly mobile individuals who no longer had personal connections with the cobbler who made their boots or the farmer who milled their grain.
    • Thirteen major companies milled durum wheat in the United States in 1991 when DGP was organized, but there have been significant changes since then.
    • Now quickly add the chives, ricotta, torta Gorgonzola and pecorino plus a seasoning of freshly milled pepper and stir until the cheese begins to melt.
    • Refined white flour is what's left after the nutrient-packed germ and bran are milled out of the wheat kernel.
    • The herbs are screened and finely milled for quick release and effectiveness in the body.
    • One company plans to produce organic noodles and steamed breads from wheat flour obtained by milling organic wheat.
    • The sheer magnitude of the workload, from planting, harvesting and milling the cane, to boiling and curing the sugar, meant that the plantations had a huge workforce.
    • Heritage also uses freshly milled flour, purchased from a local miller, and both bakeries use a slow-rise yeast to make their bread.
    • After the herbs are milled into powder, they're tested again.
    • They are also responsible for the family vegetable and fruit gardens and for threshing, husking, and milling the grain.
    • Chaff is the husk of wheat and other grains; to mill the grain the chaff must be separated from the grain.
    • The export market for milling wheat into bread is worth £2bn a year to Canada.
    • By the way of a grant, the project would include a mill that would be managed by the cooperative so that farmers could be milling the sorghum for consumption.
    • Mervin Austin mills his own flour using French burr stones and Derbyshire peak stones.
    • At the same time, the dairymaid produced her usual six cloves of butter, repairs were made to the castle, the harvest was brought in and the grain was milled.
    • A portion of this sample was crushed and milled into a fine powder.
    • ‘When you mill rice, you have about 15 percent that are broken or immature,’ says Kadan.
    • Dried lactose is milled to 100-or 200-mesh granulation and air conveyed to one of three 100,000-pound storage bins.
    • After the husk is removed, the rice is milled to remove the bran (the brown skin just under the husk) and the germ or embryo (the life of a rice kernel which grows into a rice plant).
  • 2

    • 2.1(process)

      (lumber) aserrar
      (lumber) serrar
      (steel) laminar
      (cloth) abatanar
      (cloth) batanar
      • Drills, lathes, and milling machines produce metal trimmings that machine shops discard as trash or melt down for reuse.
      • Other aluminum bearing applications are in heavy tooling, such as boring mills, presses, lathes, milling machines, and grinding mills, and as hydraulic pump bushings.
      • Off to one side is a modern CNC machine center, and the lathes and milling machines are of a newer vintage.
      • Brad's father, a machinist by trade, introduced him to the mechanical skills of lathing and milling at age 15, and it was off to the races.
      • This reminds me of one time that the chiller broke down and it took about 13 1/2 hours to put a new shaft in it because it had to be milled at a machine shop and then put in there.
      • Indeed, a small number can - and do - manufacture frames, barrels and other parts, all done the hard way on a milling machine and lathe in the shop.
      • Every job performed is done in a single setup, which may involve milling (via live tools) as well as turning.
      • Here, in sweltering heat, sparks fly as molten iron is ladled into vast bins, and ribbons of fiery metal roll through milling machines.
      • Rob remembers that as a boy, if he did not hear the sounds of a lathe or a milling machine coming from the garage, he knew something was not normal.
      • Industrial accidents, too, are common, especially to people using high-speed machinery such as grinders, drills, saws, lathes or milling machines without adequate eye protection.
      • The indenter was secured into the arbor of a milling machine.
      • In the early 20th century, metal mining and milling led to pollution of municipal water supplies and fish kills, and sewage was discharged untreated.
      • Who says electronic devices have to be moulded out of unyielding plastic or milled from hard metal?
      • Constructing stations, mining uranium ore, milling, enriching, fabrication, decommissioning etc - are all very carbon-intensive processes.
      • I used a lathe to turn a steel rod into a bulletlike shape, then used a milling machine to cut away a quarter-circle wedge of the rod, leaving a sharp cutting edge.
      • Finally, the virtual stone files were released to the stonecutters for milling on their CNC machines.
      • Typically, these ores have been milled and floated to produce a concentrate of higher metal grades.
      • We have to remember in the 30s when most of this work was done, they didn't have CNC, just basic lathes and milling machines.
      • Drilling for the takedown screw must be done with a milling machine, or at the minimum on a good drill press with a rigid quill.
      • It's not like a milling machine with the computer outside; the tool itself needs to be smart enough to do logic in assembly.

    • 2.2(with milling machine)

      fresar
      milled edge canto acordonado masculine


intransitive verb

  • 1

    (circulate)
    (crowd) dar vueltas
    (crowd) pulular
    (crowd) arremolinarse
    a milling crowd un remolino de gente
    • confused thoughts were milling around inside her head pensamientos confusos le daban vueltas en la cabeza / bullían en su cabeza
    • the guests milled about / around outside the church waiting for news los invitados daban vueltas fuera de la iglesia a la espera de noticias
    • All of this was happening, mind you, while the guests were milling about.
    • Not far away, there's a crowd milling around a small auditorium.
    • At the party there were a few guests milling around in the kitchen.
    • The train can be jammed with local passengers, with crowds milling around on the platforms.
    • Adam slammed on the brakes when he got a glimpse of the animals milling around in a large lot.
    • She took note of nothing for a good hour afterwards as people were still milling around.
    • People milled around, some walking around leisurely and others hurrying about their business.
    • She was then promptly greeted with a crowd of people milling about and even more heat.
    • The crowd was moving, milling around with boredom as they slowly began to disperse.
    • In spite of the light drizzle, the crowd milling around a filthy mud tenement continued to swell.
    • About them, a flock of sheep and goats milled aimlessly.
    • Scattered groups of tourists milled around the surrounding grassland, and nobody seemed to know how to enter.
    • I must say, though, that most of the pictures show a boisterous crowd of young people milling around, running in and out of traffic.
    • The press milled around in confusion for a moment or two.
    • Mom led us down the stairs and into the throng of guests that were milling about the giant room.
    • At its command, students milling around the parade square sought for their places, gathering in their class lines.
    • The extras mill around, picture-perfect huddled masses wearing scarves and winter coats fresh from wardrobe.
    • The dogs, losing the scent, milled about in confusion.
    • Huge crowds of teenagers are milling around outside and spilling into the park opposite.

There are 2 main translations of mill in Spanish

: mill1mill2

mill2

milésima de dólar, n.

Pronunciation /mɪl//mɪl/

noun

Finance

  • 1

    (in US)
    (unidad usada en el cálculo de impuestos) milésima de dólar feminine
    • A thick paper (and later a lightweight metal) coin with a round hole in the center, the mill was worth one-tenth of a cent.
    • Starting in 1933 the sales tax rate in Utah was 2% and each token was worth one mill, or a tenth of a cent.
    • I remember the mill, a piece of currency that was used for a few years near the end of World War II and just after.