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Translation of "melt" - English-Spanish dictionary

melt

verb /melt/
to (cause to) become soft or liquid, or to lose shape, usually by heating / being heated derretir The ice has melted My heart melted when I saw how sorry he was.
meltdown noun
the melting of the radioactive material in a nuclear reactor as a result of the failure of the cooling system fusión a nuclear meltdown.
melting-point noun
the temperature at which a given solid melts punto de fusión The melting-point of ice is 0° centigrade.
melting pot noun
a place where different peoples, races, cultures etc blend amalgama The United States is often described as a cultural melting pot.
(Definition of melt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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