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quench

verb /kwentʃ/
to drink enough to take away (one’s thirst)
saciar; apagar
I had a glass of lemonade to quench my thirst.
to put out (a fire)
apagar, extinguir
The firemen were unable to quench the fire.
quenching noun the process of removing or reducing a physical property such as heat or light, for example hardening steel by rapidly cooling it.
enfriamiento
Translations of “quench”
in French étancher, éteindre…
in German löschen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 解渴, 扑灭,熄灭, 满足…
in Chinese (Traditional) 解渴, 撲滅,熄滅, 滿足…
(Definition of quench from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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