Translation of solidify in Spanish:

solidify

solidificarse, v.

Pronunciation /səˈlɪdəˌfaɪ//səˈlɪdɪfʌɪ/

intransitive verb

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    solidificarse
    • The mixture is left to solidify and once coagulated is scored with a knife and left overnight.
    • The mold must be preheated with a blowtorch to keep the silver from solidifying before it fills the whole cavity.
    • When the temperature drops (due to cold weather or when the body is at rest), the capsules solidify and release the stored heat.
    • In some instances, stationary magmas solidify in situ.
    • When the metal solidifies, the urali is retrieved after breaking the mould.
    • Ocean ridges are linear features on the ocean floor where molten magma originating in the earth's mantle rises and solidifies to form new ocean crust.
    • They also contain ingredients that make them stay in the stomach longer, it solidifies and makes it harder for the milk to digest.
    • Recent research suggests that this gas can later solidify into a blob.
    • First, they have to be frozen at a carefully controlled rate, so that any water content moves to the outside of the tissues before solidifying into ice and expanding.
    • Slowly the molten rock solidified, and fissures appeared, while the water was still hot and fluid.
    • Dolerite is basaltic magma that solidifies rapidly in sills and dikes near the surface.
    • Inevitably, where molten rock met the bitter cold of space, heat was lost rapidly, allowing the outermost levels of the magma ocean to solidify to a thin crust.
    • She was trapped in mud debris from an erupting volcano that had solidified like concrete around her legs and up to her chest, preventing her from being pulled out.
    • It rose them to the surface and solidified into a deep-blue crystal that evened itself with the rest of the floor.
    • Conventional computer chips comprise a thin slice of silicon, which is made by cooling pure, molten silicon in such a way that, as the fiery drop solidifies, a crystal ‘grows’ in a certain direction.
    • Quickly it solidified into crystals of ice, and in only a few moments the surface of the cloak was covered with a sheen of glimmering ice.
    • Texture holds together under scorching conditions and partially solidifies in extreme cold.
    • Apparently, thousands of kitchen sinks are clogged every Christmas when turkey fat is tipped down the sink, then solidifies in the U-bend.
    • Hydrogenated fat is vegetable oil that has been chemically altered so that it becomes harder, more saturated and solidifies at room temperature.
    • Around three to five minutes later, the soya-bean milk solidifies and turns into Bean Jelly.

transitive verb

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    solidificar
    • And the Salt Lake Tribune declared on the day after the election, ‘While the nation and most of Utah tilt further to the right, Salt Lake County is solidifying as a bastion for the left.’
    • It is this group which specifically prefers Alberta locations, thus reinforcing the duality and solidifying the philosophical divide.
    • Gradually and under the direction of Mark Hutchinson the Boys defence began to solidify and Hanover began to own less possession in midfield.
    • And that means taking their heads out of the sand and understanding that the literary culture is solidifying: online and in other places.
    • However, many accountability systems tend to solidify and perpetuate these differences rather than facilitate their elimination.
    • The appearance of the play-within-a-play solidified for me the impression that Foolish Acts is one big fluffy in-joke.
    • His political fence-mending goes on all the time and he has worked hard to solidify his base.
    • The departure time slowly crept nearer, and the airlift rumors were solidifying into reality.
    • Before the advent of roads or railways, the sheer difficulty in traversing Peru's geography was one of the greatest obstacles to solidifying a national identity.
    • That realization is hard for Anna, because it solidifies that the only exciting things in her life at this point are the little encounters she has with the mysterious count.
    • The hard work has solidified a dedicated fan base, but not without its consequences.
    • As always, DVD solidifies all the reasons I loved the film at the cinema but also offers the chance to see all the details that I'd missed then.
    • As sea-salt is to spume, so letters are to conversation, solidifying and preserving the froth of wit and wisdom, fret and fume, which would otherwise have died still-born on the air of their delivery.
    • This starts to get at how the radical contingency of science solidifies through processes of excluding whatever is not-science.
    • At a time when voter apathy and distrust of politicians is a concern on the lips of almost the entire chattering class, this is a measure sure to help solidify all these problems.
    • And what would solidify that was the fact that he came in last week when Brady went down and the team responded to him.
    • This ideology was tested and solidified before and during WWI when the AFL loudly proclaimed its patriotism.
    • Active steps to embrace this reality and prepare for it will solidify the National Guard's importance in that role.
    • One observer looks in the box which starts the process which is verified and solidified through the hierarchy of observation.
    • But do we really want to solidify and accentuate differences?