Translation of rancid in Spanish:

rancid

rancio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈransɪd//ˈrænsəd/

adjective

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    rancio
    to go rancid ponerse rancio
    • Also, vegetable oils normally turn rancid when exposed to air and heat.
    • The French fries were often undercooked, fruits and vegetables rotten, breads molding, and once or twice, the meat rancid.
    • When I returned I was laying in bed and couldn't sleep because of this rancid smell consuming the house.
    • Unwholesome odors rolled out of the storefronts: rancid oil and mouldy cheese, and fish long absent from the sea.
    • Rhodes was trying not to think of another day of rancid food, polluted water and waiting for buses that never came.
    • It was definitely not very much fun and there was that rancid smell.
    • What if the food is rancid and you're still stuck with a full plate?
    • Butyric acid is responsible not only for the smell of rancid butter, but also contributes to the odor of sweat.
    • What plant may cure Alzheimer's disease, increase circulation, tastes like almonds and smells like rancid butter?
    • He does not look like a man who enjoys the smell of onions sautéed in rancid oil first thing in the morning.
    • He lifts it down and removes several pieces of the rancid, dried meat stored in it.
    • If you don't know what it's supposed to smell like, it might smell a little like rancid butter.
    • The group charges that irradiation also deactivates the natural digestive enzymes found in raw food, and encourages fats to turn rancid.
    • Moreover, irradiation can destroy essential vitamins and nutrients that are naturally present in foods and can make food taste and smell rancid.
    • In order to maximize profits from their government contracts, food suppliers delivered partial shipments and rancid provisions.
    • That is just as well, since it often induced an unpleasantly rancid truffle aroma and taste.
    • As soon as they stepped in, a rancid smell filled the air.
    • When exposed to air for extended periods of time, fats become rancid and develop an unpleasant taste and odor.
    • A rancid smell escaped from the now open doorway.
    • Heat-treated oils go rancid - in other words, they spoil - and rancid oils are carcinogenic.