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Japanese translation of “boil”

boil

verb
 
/bɔɪl/
A2 If a liquid boils, or if you boil it, it reaches the temperature where bubbles rise up in it and it produces steam.
沸騰する, ~を沸騰させる
Could you boil some water for the pasta? boiling water
B1 to cook food in water that is boiling
(食べ物)をゆでる, 煮る
Boil the eggs for three minutes.
B1 If a container of liquid boils, or if you boil it, it reaches the temperature where bubbles rise up in it and it produces steam.
(容器の中の液体が)沸く, 沸かす
Could you boil the kettle for me? The pan is boiling.
(Definition of boil verb from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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