There are 3 main translations of mold in Spanish

: mold1mold2mold3

mold1

molde, n.

(British mould)

Pronunciation /moʊld//məʊld/

noun

  • 1

    (hollow vessel)
    molde masculine
    ring mold molde de savarín / de corona
    • to break the mold romper moldes
    • they aim to break the two-party mold of the country's politics quieren romper moldes y acabar con el bipartidismo imperante en la política del país
    • they broke the mold when they made him después de hacerlo a él rompieron el molde
    • The chips are in color, with denominations, type of mold, inlay and inserts indicated and an indication of the level of rarity.
    • Spoon into six lightly oiled dariole moulds or mini-pudding moulds, cover with cling film and chill overnight.
    • The sheaths are treated and baked in moulds to give them shape.
    • Brooches were made either by hammering a piece of metal into the right shape or by casting molten metal in a mould.
    • ‘I will put material into the mold and cast it into the same shape as their gesture,’ Jong said.
    • In low-pressure casting the steel mold is above the molten aluminum.
    • Line two large teacups or similar shaped 200 ml moulds with clingfilm.
    • We had an exhibition coming up - it was Australia's Lost Kingdoms - and we needed skilled people to make moulds and casts of material that was going into that exhibition.
    • The artificial limb is made inserting the mould into the molten material.
    • Then he pours liquid gelatin into the mold and lets it harden.
    • Casting is a process by which a liquid or molten material is shaped by pouring into a mould that contains the negative impression of a desired model.
    • Spread up the sides of the moulds and make a hollow and then fill with cooked mince, top with the crumb mixture and bake in a low oven to warm through.
    • The electrode materials are placed in a mold and left to harden.
    • Cast iron is very versatile, as it can be poured into moulds when molten and cast into complicated shapes, but is very brittle.
    • However, its hardness also created problems: it quickly wore out the tools and moulds used to shape it, making it an expensive material to work with.
    • The nozzles and the suction device are formed independently from the upper mold and the lower mold.
    • Like the Tapara bed, it contains some shelly material and molds, but the most readily recoverable and complete fossils are present in cobble-sized concretions.
    • The pewterer poured the molten metal into the mold, extracted the piece when it had cooled, and carefully finished it.
    • Synthetic zircon is used to make gemstones that resemble fine diamonds and as a refractory material in foundry molds and furnace linings.
    • They can be melted at a low temperature and shaped into a mold as they cool back into a solid.
    • Passing light through the transparent mold caused the material to cross-link and harden.
    • The process to make the cap includes positioning viscous plastic material in a mold to produce the desired retention member shape.
  • 2

    (type)
    to be cast / set in the same/a different mold estar cortado por el mismo/por distinto patrón
    • a hero in the traditional/Superman mold un héroe de corte tradicional/al estilo de Supermán
    • a President in the Truman mold un presidente al estilo de Truman
    • a woman of her mold una mujer de su estilo / temple
    • As a youth he played in a whole variety of positions, but when Stuttgart picked him up at 10-years old, he was a playmaker in the mould of an Andy Moller or Thomas Hassler.
    • Rather than quick players whose strength is their movement and first touch, Hartson is more in the mould of a traditional target man.
    • What was a masterful, elegiac character study in the mould of Le Carré's classic A Perfect Spy becomes an angry disquisition on contemporary geopolitics.
    • He's in the mould of Robert Millar [Scotland's 1984 Tour de France King of the Mountains] as his ability is very specific.
    • Courageous in the mould of Veronica Guerin, the investigative journalist murdered in Ireland, she has gone on the record about the killers' identities.
    • England must find a flanker in the mould of their coach, and a fit-again Lewis Moody could answer their prayers
    • Will the new Pope be in the mould of John Paul or will he signal a new style of leadership?
    • Just by accident I put it to my eye and found it was a microscope in the mould of Robert Hooke's single lens ones and that it would give me a massive close-up view of silhouettes.
    • The key player for Heriot's was skipper Rory Lawson, who is playing more and more in the mould of father Alan, a former Scotland scrum-half.
    • By the early 1950s Minton, with his private income, flamboyant personality and prodigious talent, was a celebrity in the mould of today's Britart pack.
    • Give him his due though, his voice improves with age and Young is possibly one of the country's finest soul singers of the classic mould.
    • Wilson crafts this social satire in the mould of Thackeray or Trollope, crisscrossing class barriers with fluid facility.
    • Mr Tuffin is more in the mould of the late actor Marlon Brando.
    • A tall, athletic footballer, he is good in the set-piece and very mobile - a player in the mould of Scotland's Scott Murray.
    • The switch to the West Coast offense doesn't mean the team will become a pass-first team in the mold of the old 49ers.
    • It was noticeable from their warm-up match against a Dublin selection on Wednesday afternoon that they have travelled without a big target man in the mould of Barry Hall or Wayne Carey.
    • In her maps she might be seen as a landscape artist cast in the mould of the Romantics.
    • What he's really fired up about is the fact that Monica is a woman in the mould of Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale.
    • He is very much in the mould of a typical U.S. Open player - ‘fairways and greens’ - and he noticeably plays better on tougher courses.
    • ‘Great,’ that is, in the mould of Pele, the legend with whom he was first compared as a 15-year-old.
    • Charlie is extremely nice and very much in the mould of Mr Chatterton, my old history teacher, in terms of his generally affable, laid-back, chatty nature.
  • 3

    (dish)
    timbal masculine
    • There are the usual Jello molds, spinach dips and salads, green nacho chips, and pickle displays.
    • The book had no pictures, except on the cover, which showed a large roast of lamb, fish baked in white sauce accompanied by boiled carrots, and a mould of bright red gelatin.
    • A change from the usual way of serving salmon can be had by making a salmon mold.
    • Salmon mold is a delicious dish, very attractive and it's definitely different from common and popular recipes for salmon that you can always find.
    • This is the cookbook I do half my baking out of, and all of my jello molds.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (plastic/steel) moldear
    (character/attitudes) formar
    (character/attitudes) moldear
    she molded the figure out of / from clay modeló la figura en arcilla
    • she molded the clay into shapes con la arcilla hizo / modeló unas figuras
    • the leather should mold itself to the foot el cuero debe amoldarse al pie
  • 2molded past p

    (rubber/plastic) moldeado

There are 3 main translations of mold in Spanish

: mold1mold2mold3

mold2

moho, n.

(British mould)

Pronunciation /moʊld//məʊld/

noun

  • 1

    (fungus)
    moho masculine
    covered with mold lleno de moho
    • The growth of mold and mildew also are slowed by natural light.
    • A life food diet excludes cooked food and starch because they cause mold, fungi, and yeast to form in the body.
    • Calcium propionate is added to foods to inhibit mold growth.
    • As far as diseases are concerned, fungal infections such as grey mould and powdery mildew are the main culprits.
    • Known as ‘diesel algae’ these are primarily fungi, yeast and mold contaminants.
    • Excess humidity inside your home also promotes the growth of mold, fungi and bacteria.
    • And, under the microscope, that food just became mold, fungi, and yeast fairly quickly.
    • Most human exposure to the toxin is due to improper storage conditions which foster mould growth.
    • Even small amounts of moisture feed nasty mold and mildew growths that can affect your health and lead to major structural damage in your house.
    • A lack of oxygen helps prevent the growth of yeast, mould and bacteria.
    • The fact is mold is a living fungus that exists all around us.
    • The dampness and high temperature of about 25 degrees Celsius provides the best conditions for mould to grow and reproduce.
    • Other products are designed to inhibit the growth of mold and mildew.
    • And, one of the most critical new issues in buildings, it resists the growth of mold and mildew.
    • Discard both the cloves and the liquid if there are signs of mold or yeast growth on the surface of the wine or vinegar.
    • Humidification and dehumidification systems also require proper maintenance: They must be kept clean to prevent growth of molds and fungi.
    • These results confirmed, on a higher number of plants, that clone 28 exhibits tolerance against grey mould under in vitro conditions.
    • Moist cooling ducts promote mold and other water-borne bacteria.
    • One can preserve food quite well simply by reducing the moisture content, but more importantly mold growth is highly dependent on how contaminated the food is with mold or fungus spores to begin with.
    • Moisture also causes additional problems, such as mold and mildew growth.

There are 3 main translations of mold in Spanish

: mold1mold2mold3

mold3

mantillo, n.

(British mould)

Pronunciation /moʊld//məʊld/

noun

leaf mold

  • 1

    mantillo masculine
    humus masculine