Translation of overheat in Spanish:

overheat

recalentar, v.

Pronunciation: /əʊvəˈhiːt//ˌoʊvərˈhit/

transitive verb

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    (engine/machine/economy) recalentar
    (room/building) caldear demasiado
    (building/room) calentar demasiado
    • It wasn't a $2 part that stopped Craig Lowndes in this year's race, but a plastic bag sucked into the radiator intake which overheated the engine.
    • The IMF is worried China's economy could overheat and generate a troubling inflation that would raise the risk of an economic crash.
    • First, there is less danger that the U.S. economy can overheat when much of domestic demand can be satisfied by foreign production capacity.
    • It later transpired her three-year-old son had used the cassette slot as a piggybank and jammed and overheated the mechanism with 26 coins
    • My car decided to overheat intermittently, the iPod started to skip, and my phone decided it wouldn't recognise its SIM card.
    • Don't leave perishable food items to overheat in the boot of your car while you do other shopping.
    • You would know your car is overheating when steam starts to billow from your engine compartment.
    • Normally, as the economy overheats inflation begins to take hold.
    • Despite spots of tempering demand, global growth is accelerating and the US economy remains desperately overheated.
    • Cars overheated and ran out of gas, making matters worse.
    • Is the economy overheating or heading for a nasty fall?
    • We raised our eyebrows at each other, and gave sympathetic smiles to those who were stuck at the side of the road because their car had overheated.
    • The Fed raises rates if it thinks the economy is overheating, causing prices to rise.
    • Eventually, we foreign idiots were able to decipher that the car was overheating.
    • The economy overheats and stock prices diverge wildly from any semblance of reasonable valuation.
    • This meant a quick pit visit to clear the radiator ducts of grass as the car started to overheat.
    • I was in and out of sleep and didn't realize it either until his car overheated and blew the radiator cap.
    • After his engine had overheated, he had parked the bike at a nearby liquor store.
    • If the economy was truly overheating, what else could the Fed have done but try to slow things down?
    • Corrections may well be more painful if Asian economies overheat and American consumers keep overspending.
    • If the car stops because it overheats at the slow speeds, does the driver go to the rear of the grid on Sunday?
    • If they stay too low, the economy would overheat.
    • This was my first hint that the car was overheating.
    • For one, with the U.S. economy desperately overheated and imbalanced, another big shot of credit-induced liquidity was precisely what was not needed.
    • First, the increasingly maligned US economy is desperately overheated, with inflationary pressures greater today than they have been in many years.
    • Two million cars overheat daily in smog-choked traffic jams on the ever-increasing suite of 12-lane ringroads.
    • An added worry is that several sectors of China's economy may be overheating and this could presage higher wholesale and retail prices over the year to come.
    • How fast must the Federal Reserve raise interest rates to assure that demand doesn't overheat, allowing rising costs to pass through into faster consumer inflation?
    • If they get trapped in these pools as the tide goes out, they can be dangerously overheated.
    • However, rapid export and investment demand have led to concerns that the economy could overheat.
    • Without an efficient cooling system, your Toyota car is bound to overheat and to perform poorly.
    • The tax cuts planned for Tuesday's budget are certain to send an already overheated economy to boiling point.
    • But rapid exports and investment demand have led to concerns that the Chinese economy could overheat.
    • A prolonged increase in government spending over several years could also lead to overheating if the US economy recovers quickly next year.
    • The reason I bring this up in the context of traffic jams is because I got caught on the edge of the battle when my driver's car broke down after he forgot to put coolant in the car and it overheated.
    • If this happens the coolant won't be able to circulate around the engine and hence, the engine overheats.
    • The stock market exploded and the economy turned from strong to dangerously overheated.
    • It was feared the gas contents could overheat and destroy the car workshop.
    • We continue to believe that interest rates will head higher as a desperately overheated economy fuels unprecedented borrowing demands.
    • Both children and pets can overheat quickly and should never be left in a car unattended, he said.

intransitive verb

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    (engine/machine/economy) recalentarse