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Turkish translation of “boil”

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boil

noun
 
 
/bɔɪl/
bring sth to the boil to heat something until it starts to produce bubbles and steam
kaynatmak
Bring the water to the boil, then add the rice.Preparing food using heatPreparing foodPhysical and chemical processes
[C] a red swollen area on the skin that is infected
çıban
Skin complaints and blemishes
Translations of “boil”
in Korean 종기…
in Arabic بَثرة, حَبّة…
in French furoncle…
in Italian foruncolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 腫, 癤子,膿瘡…
in Russian нарыв…
in Polish czyrak…
in Spanish furúnculo…
in Portuguese furúnculo…
in German das Geschwür…
in Catalan furóncol…
in Japanese 腫れ物, おでき…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肿, 疖子,脓疮…
(Definition of boil noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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