Translation of teakettle in Spanish:

teakettle

hervidor (de agua), n.

noun

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    hervidor (de agua) masculine
    tetera feminine Mexico Andes
    pava feminine Argentina
    caldera feminine Uruguay Bolivia
    • However, only moments into the performance, the horn began to make a sound like a whistling teakettle, getting louder and louder.
    • I should be angry, steaming with the passion of a boiling teakettle.
    • It was preceded by the sewing machine, fan, teakettle, and the toaster.
    • Lime deposit in teakettles may be removed by a solution of vinegar and water.
    • Maude left to tend the teakettle, which was whistling merrily.
    • Noises can be so painful that a child may cover their eyes and scream at the sound of a teakettle.
    • The kitchen table was set for two, and the teakettle sang from the stovetop.
    • When the teakettle let out a whistle, Quinn went to go turn the burner off.
    • They were constantly flying airplanes over his house, and playing pranks like boiling water in his teakettle when he was away, trying to drive him insane.
    • The muck then sticks to the insides of such things as water heaters, teakettles, and plumbing pipes.
    • The water that fills a teakettle miles downstream in a city apartment is a measure of all that has gone on upstream: blizzard and drought, logging and road building, care and neglect.
    • A hiss sounds in my ears, like a teakettle left on the stove too long.
    • Maralynne poured water from the teakettle into Rowena's cup.
    • Time becomes irrelevant, the water in the teakettle boils away, you forget where you are, so focused are you on the work you're doing.
    • At least she can just get by on her pension, but when her teakettle burned up last week she couldn't even afford a new one.
    • Elise, relieved, tried to vent some of her indignation like a teakettle spouts steam.
    • Weston ushered us into the study and produced a small tray with two cups and a teakettle upon it.
    • Smiling, I walked over to the stove and started the teakettle.
    • In its first office, plugging in the teakettle sometimes brought down the web server.
    • The whistle of the teakettle blew and interrupted his musings.