Translation of molten in Spanish:

molten

fundido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmoʊlt(ə)n//ˈməʊlt(ə)n/

adjective

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    (rock/metal) fundido
    (lava) líquido
    • The bottles are ‘blown’ by high pressure air forcing a billet of molten plastic into a mould.
    • The molten rock rises to the seafloor and cools to form the layer of crust that paves the ocean floor.
    • They suggest that liquid in the Martian crust was heated when the molten rock or magma rose to the surface.
    • The glassblower often can't see how the molten glass at the end of the tube is shaping.
    • Light was beginning to touch the clouds on the horizon, turning the edges of the clouds molten silver.
    • That then goes into a ceramic shell and the wax is melted out, leaving a cavity into which the molten bronze is poured.
    • On Earth, scientists think the magnetic field is generated by our planet's spinning molten iron core.
    • A spectacular form of heat advection occurs when molten rock, or magma, erupts from a volcano.
    • Solidification of the molten material into rocks happened as the Earth cooled.
    • Less air is required to burn less fuel, so there is less turbulence on the surface of the molten glass.
    • There was no other way to generate enough pressure to pump air through 5 tons of molten metal.
    • The sun dug a bright pool in the bottle green water, sheening the surface like it were molten gold and cresting each small wave in silver.
    • One of the most important applications of silicon is its use as a deoxidizer in molten steel.
    • The furnaces produce molten iron in the initial phase of steel production.
    • Geologists want to know how molten rock forces its way from the core to the surface, where it explodes as lava.
    • Watch skilled craftspeople create intricate designs from the intense heat of molten glass.
    • It casts molten silicon in moulds, just as metal components are cast.
    • Next she set about making the mold for the silver that would soon be a thick, molten liquid.
    • Drinking glasses and bowls were sometimes decorated with trails of molten glass applied to their outer surface.
    • The mills were turning again and the foundries coughed smoke, steam, and gouts of molten metal.