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gusts of hot air

  • 1 bocanada de aire caliente

    (n.) = gust of warm air, gust of hot air, gust of heat
    Ex. Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
    Ex. The gusts of hot air are unrelenting, diligently carrying fine particles of sand into every crevice in your body.
    Ex. As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.
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    (n.) = gust of warm air, gust of hot air, gust of heat

    Ex: Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.

    Ex: The gusts of hot air are unrelenting, diligently carrying fine particles of sand into every crevice in your body.
    Ex: As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bocanada de aire caliente

  • 2 bocanada de calor

    (n.) = gust of warm air, gust of hot air, gust of heat
    Ex. Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
    Ex. The gusts of hot air are unrelenting, diligently carrying fine particles of sand into every crevice in your body.
    Ex. As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.
    * * *
    (n.) = gust of warm air, gust of hot air, gust of heat

    Ex: Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.

    Ex: The gusts of hot air are unrelenting, diligently carrying fine particles of sand into every crevice in your body.
    Ex: As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bocanada de calor

  • 3 echar humo

    v.
    to fume, to smoke.
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    to smoke
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    (v.) = blow + smoke, fume, steam, smoulder [smolder, -USA], froth at + the mouth
    Ex. He adjusted himself comfortably in the chair, overlapped his legs, and blew a smoke ring that dissolved two feet above her head.
    Ex. Who has not had occasion to fume at the need to consult a large number of Official journals in order to reconstitute the current text of a particular regulation from all its amendments and corrigenda!.
    Ex. Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
    Ex. The remains of the tin-roofed food stalls still smouldered near the temple and adjoining settlement on a craggy hilltop about 4000 ft high.
    Ex. This luxurious hotel was not a likely setting for union leaders to froth at the mouth over government cutbacks.
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    (v.) = blow + smoke, fume, steam, smoulder [smolder, -USA], froth at + the mouth

    Ex: He adjusted himself comfortably in the chair, overlapped his legs, and blew a smoke ring that dissolved two feet above her head.

    Ex: Who has not had occasion to fume at the need to consult a large number of Official journals in order to reconstitute the current text of a particular regulation from all its amendments and corrigenda!.
    Ex: Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
    Ex: The remains of the tin-roofed food stalls still smouldered near the temple and adjoining settlement on a craggy hilltop about 4000 ft high.
    Ex: This luxurious hotel was not a likely setting for union leaders to froth at the mouth over government cutbacks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar humo

  • 4 exhalar humo

    (v.) = steam
    Ex. Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
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    (v.) = steam

    Ex: Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.

    Spanish-English dictionary > exhalar humo

  • 5 humear

    v.
    1 to (give off) smoke (salir humo).
    2 to smoke, to emit steam, to steam, to emit vapor.
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    1 (humo) to smoke, give off smoke
    2 (vaho) to steam, give off steam
    3 figurado (presumir) to be conceited
    4 figurado (estar vivo - enemistad etc) to smoulder (US smolder)
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    1. VI
    1) (=soltar humo) [fuego, chimenea] to smoke, give out smoke
    2) (=soltar vapor) to steam
    3) [memoria, rencor] to be still alive, linger on
    4) (=presumir) to give o.s. airs, be conceited
    2. VT
    1) And, Caribe, Méx (=fumigar) to fumigate
    2) Méx * (=golpear) to beat, thrash
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    verbo intransitivo chimenea/hoguera to smoke; sopa/café to steam
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    = smoulder [smolder, -USA], steam.
    Ex. The remains of the tin-roofed food stalls still smouldered near the temple and adjoining settlement on a craggy hilltop about 4000 ft high.
    Ex. Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo chimenea/hoguera to smoke; sopa/café to steam
    * * *
    = smoulder [smolder, -USA], steam.

    Ex: The remains of the tin-roofed food stalls still smouldered near the temple and adjoining settlement on a craggy hilltop about 4000 ft high.

    Ex: Here, the earth still steams with the heat of the lava, and gusts of warm air seem to come from nowhere.

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    humear [A1 ]
    vi
    «chimenea/hoguera» to smoke; «sopa/café» to steam
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    humear ( conjugate humear) verbo intransitivo [chimenea/hoguera] to smoke;
    [sopa/café] to steam
    humear verbo intransitivo
    1 (un fuego) to smoke
    2 (algo caliente) to steam, be steaming hot
    ' humear' also found in these entries:
    English:
    steam
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    vi
    1. [salir humo] to smoke;
    los restos del avión todavía humeaban the wreckage of the plane was still smouldering
    2. [salir vapor] to steam
    vt
    Am [fumigar] to fumigate
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    v/i
    1 con humo smoke
    2 con vapor steam
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    humear vi
    1) : to smoke
    2) : to steam
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    humear vb
    1. (echar vapor) to steam
    2. (echar humo) to smoke

    Spanish-English dictionary > humear

  • 6 palmera

    adj.&f.
    feminine of PALMERO.
    f.
    1 palm (tree).
    2 palm tree, palm.
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    1 BOTÁNICA palm tree, palm
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    noun f.
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    a) (Bot) palm tree
    b) (Coc) palmier
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    = palm, pterygium, palm tree.
    Ex. Palm leaf manuscripts are produced by 2 main types of palms and are prone to damage through becoming brittle over time.
    Ex. Chinese ophthalmological works of the time are studied here, especially ophthalmic diseases like pterygium and cataract, which often call for surgical intervention as a way of giving curative treatment.
    Ex. As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.
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    * hoja de palmera = palm leaf.
    * libro de hojas de palmera = palm leaf book.
    * manuscrito en hoja de palmera = palm leaf manuscript.
    * palmera datilera = date palm.
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    a) (Bot) palm tree
    b) (Coc) palmier
    * * *
    = palm, pterygium, palm tree.

    Ex: Palm leaf manuscripts are produced by 2 main types of palms and are prone to damage through becoming brittle over time.

    Ex: Chinese ophthalmological works of the time are studied here, especially ophthalmic diseases like pterygium and cataract, which often call for surgical intervention as a way of giving curative treatment.
    Ex: As the train left the station, the clusters of palm trees receded and the approaching desert emitted gusts of heat that seared one's face.
    * hoja de palmera = palm leaf.
    * libro de hojas de palmera = palm leaf book.
    * manuscrito en hoja de palmera = palm leaf manuscript.
    * palmera datilera = date palm.

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    1 ( Bot) palm tree
    2 ( Coc) palmier
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    palmera sustantivo femenino
    a) (Bot) palm tree

    b) (Coc) palmier

    palmera f Bot palm tree
    ' palmera' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    palma
    - chiripa
    English:
    palm
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    1. [árbol] palm (tree);
    [datilera] date palm palmera de aceite oil palm;
    palmera datilera date palm;
    palmera real royal palm
    2. [pastel] = flat, heart-shaped pastry
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    f
    1 BOT palm tree
    2 ( dulce) heart-shaped pastry
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    : palm tree
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    palmera n palm tree

    Spanish-English dictionary > palmera

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