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Spanish translation of “simmer”

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simmer

verb /ˈsimə/
to (cause to) cook gently at or just below boiling point
hervir a fuego lento
The stew simmered on the stove Simmer the ingredients in water for five minutes.
simmer down phrasal verb to calm down
calmar(se), tranquilizar(se)
She was struggling to get the child to simmer down.
(Definition of simmer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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