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boiling 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈboiliNG/,
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(for fresh water at sea level) At 212°F (100°C),
  1. (for fresh water at sea level) At 212°F (100°C)

  2. (used hyperbolically) Extremely hot
    • - Saturday is forecast to be boiling and sunny
  3. (of an emotion) Intensely and powerfully felt
    • - his boiling hatred of oppression
Noun
  1. The action of bringing a liquid to the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapor

  2. The temperature at which such an event occurs
    • - reheat gently to just below boiling

  1. extremely; "boiling mad"
  2. the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas
  3. cooking in a liquid that has been brought to a boil
  4. (boil) a painful sore with a hard core filled with pus
  5. (boil) come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapor; "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius"
  6. (boil) immerse or be immersed in a boiling liquid, often for cooking purposes; "boil potatoes"; "boil wool"
  7. Boiling, a type of phase transition, is the rapid vaporization of a liquid, which typically occurs when a liquid is heated to its boiling point, the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the liquid is equal to the pressure exerted on the liquid by the surrounding environmental pressure. ...
  8. A boil (or Furuncle) is a deep infective folliculitis (infection of the hair follicle). It is almost always caused by infection by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus, resulting in painful swollen area on the skin caused by an accumulation of pus and dead tissue. ...
  9. (Boil (album)) Boil is a live album by Foetus released in 1996. Boil is culled from Foetus' Rednecropolis 96 European tour.
  10. The process of changing the state of a substance from liquid to gas by heating it to its boiling point; That boils or boil; Extremely hot; Feeling uncomfortably hot; Very hot; Extremely
  11. (boil) A localized accumulation of pus in the skin, resulting from infection; To heat (a liquid) to the point where it begins to turn into a gas; To cook in boiling water; Of a liquid, to begin to turn into a gas, seethe; Said of weather being uncomfortably hot
  12. (Boil) To cook in a liquid, generally water, in which large bubbles rise quickly and steadily so that all the liquid is agitated.
  13. (Boil) swirly or unpredictable currents pushing (boiling) to the surface. Usually caused by rocks pushing the water to the surface.
  14. (boil) tender, swollen areas that form around hair follicles.
  15. (Boil) to cook in a liquid which has reached a temperature of 212 degrees F (100 degrees C) or where bubbles are rising continually and are breaking the surface.
  16. (Boil) A cooking method in which items are immersed in liquid at or above the boiling point of water 212*F/ 100*C.
  17. (Boil) to cook food in liquid at a temperature that causes bubbles to form in the liquid
  18. (Boil) To cook the food in boiling water.
  19. (BOIL) To heat water or other liquids to 212 degrees Fahrenheit – at sea level.
  20. (BOIL) To heat a liquid until bubbles break continually on the surface.
  21. (boil) Bacterial infection (furuncle) of the skin, produced when bacteria enter a hair follicle.
  22. (BOIL) Heat water or other  liquid over high flame on stove until it bubbles vigorously.  Boiling will occur faster if  covered with a tight-fitting lid.
  23. (Boil) To cook food in heated water or other liquid that is bubbling vigorously.
  24. (Boil) to cook a liquid in a saucepan usually on the stove until bubbles rise.
  25. (BOIL) To heat a liquid to its boiling point, until bubbles break the surface. "Boil" also means to cook food in a boiling liquid.