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ferment

verb /fəˈment/
to (make something) go through a particular chemical change (as when yeast is added to dough in the making of bread)
fermentar
Grape juice must be fermented before it becomes wine.
to excite or be excited
provocar
He is the kind of person to ferment trouble.
fermentation /fəːmen-/ noun the chemical change occurring when something ferments or is fermented
fermentación
the fermentation of beer.
Translations of “ferment”
in French (faire) fermenter, fomenter…
in German gären, erregen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)發酵…
in Russian бродить, вызывать брожение…
in Turkish mayalanmak, mayalamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)发酵…
in Polish fermentować, poddawać fermentacji…
(Definition of ferment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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