1(burn)(person/skin) escaldarI scalded my hand in the steam — me escaldé la mano con el vapor
- Slowly, inexorably, the ‘man’ sank into the stonework, and some of the molten lava rolled towards him, stinging him, scalding him.
- For those of you with small children, it will be an added comfort to know a mischievous child will not be scalded by this lower temperature.
- Thirty minutes after taking the child from the bath, he realised she had been scalded, but he did not seek emergency help.
- It didn't scald her, just threw her across the room.
- C.C. testified that she was also deliberately scalded by her mother on numerous occasions when she was in the bathtub, leaving permanent scars.
- A single pair of arms lifted me, and before I knew I was being scalded by flames.
- ‘As soon as he showed me his back I was horrified, it looked as if he had been scalded,’ said Mrs Gillvray, of Stonehill Rise, Scawthorpe.
- Don't inhale steam from a kettle, you may get scalded.
- You can also inhale steam from a kettle or pot of boiling water, taking care not to get so close that you scald yourself.
- It is further required that the relief valve be connected to an overflow pipe, to direct escaping steam and hot water to a safe location where bystanders are not likely to be scalded.
- Allow the cup to cool for a minute before moving it so you don't scald yourself.
- The baby pulled the jug over, and in doing so scalded her lower face, neck, shoulder, and back so that 16% of her body surface area was affected (figure).
- Hence, those who venture on the rock do it either in the morning or in the evening, to prevent their foot from getting scalded.
- People drown in it, and are scalded and burnt by it.
- I was meaning to get an ice cold one to wake me up, but I twisted the wrong faucet because I scalded myself getting in.
- I pulled the doors open and stepped into my shower, adjusting the heat so that it wasn't scalding me anymore.
- Surprise, surprise, the first time she braked, the hot liquid went sloshing over her knees and scalded her.
- ‘It will scald you if you put your hand nearby,’ McIntosh says.
- His trouble with women continued when he was nearly scalded to death by a seething pot of grits that had been thrown at him by another lover.
- It may as well have been written: scald yourself twice on the same burning log.
- Gregor, the New Jersey Supreme Court allowed the fiancé of a man who was scalded to death to sue for NIED even though she was not married to the victim whose death she observed.
- If you turn on the hot-water faucet too far in the shower, you may be scalded.
- The survey found evidence of workers being punched, kicked, scalded, sexually harassed and attacked with bricks, walking frames and even airguns.
- A child's fingers cannot be scalded by a piece of hot yam which its mother puts into its palm.
2(treat with hot water)(instrument) (con agua hirviendo) esterilizar(vegetables/meat) escaldar
- The birds are scalded, de-feathered by machine and transferred to the eviscerating line.
- Take seven red ripe tomatoes, blanch/scald them in boiling water, peel them, remove the seeds and slice into small pieces and put them in a dish.
- Cut the mutton and radish into cubes and scald the mutton.
- One by one, live birds are hung by the feet on a moving line of hooks called shackles and mechanically stunned, decapitated, and scalded to remove the feathers.
3(heat)(milk) (sin que llegue al punto de ebullición) calentar
- Pour in tea on top of milk to prevent scalding the milk.
- For the chocolate soup: In a saucepan, scald the cream.
- Still, it is a good practice to scald the milk or cream as this precaution will kill bacteria and also dissolve the sugar and help infuse any flavors.
- For the caramel dumplings: In a saucepan, scald the cream with the vanilla bean.
- For the white chocolate mousse: In saucepan, scald milk over medium heat.
- Some folks say that you need to scald the milk beforehand, but I had no problem reaching the desired consistency with cold milk.
- On low heat, scald the milk with the vanilla bean.