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boilingadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈbɔɪ·lɪŋ/
(of a liquid) heated to the point when it starts to turn into a gas: a pot of boiling water Boiling can also mean very hot: He worked hours in the boiling sun. Boiling can also mean extremely angry: He was boiling with rage.
Translations of “boiling”
in Korean 몹시 더운…
in Arabic حار جدا…
in Portuguese muito quente…
in Catalan sufocant…
in Japanese とても暑い…
in Italian bollente…
in Russian очень горячий, жаркий…
in Turkish kaynayan, çok sıcak…
in Polish strasznie gorący, ≈ strasznie gorąco…
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