Kettle in spanish

Tetera

pronunciation: teteɹ̩ɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

kettle = tetera para hervir agua, hervidor de agua. 

Example: Eleven essays discuss aspects of the theme, including the trade, and such objects as beads, kettles and combs.

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» a fine kettle of fish = lío, berenjenal, galimatías, follón, marimorena, papeleta, trapatiesta.

Example: Knowing the historical roots of their misfortune may not make it easier for them to escape the fine kettle of fish they are in.

» a pretty kettle of fish = lío, berenjenal, galimatías, follón, marimorena, papeleta, trapatiesta.

Example: A pretty kettle of fish indeed, out of whom only Tracy is really trying seriously to make a new life for herself.

» a watched kettle/pot never boils = el que espera, desespera.

Example: 'A watched pot never boils' and, conversely, 'time flies when you're having fun' nicely capture the observation that the degree of attention paid to the passing of time contributes to its subjective duration = "El que espera desespera" y, lo opuesto, "el tiempo vuela cuando te diviertes" refleja bien la idea de que el grado de atención que se presta al paso del tiempo contribuye a su duración subjetiva.

» be a different kettle of fish = ser harina de otro costal, ser otro cantar, ser un punto y aparte, ser otra historia.

Example: Rumors are one thing -- confirmation from a highly placed advisor to the government should be a different kettle of fish, altogether.

» be a whole new kettle of fish = ser harina de otro costal, ser otro cantar, ser un punto y aparte, ser otra historia.

Example: Negotiation of a general educational licence for Internet transmissions is obviously a whole new kettle of fish and would take several years.

» electric kettle = hervidora eléctrica de agua.

Example: Heavy-current electrical appliances (e.g. washers/dryers, dehumidifiers and electric kettles) should be supplied from individual socket outlets.

» kettle hole = cubeta. [Término principamente usado con un sentido geológico]

Example: The meres of North Shropshire are lakes within kettle holes, hollows formed where large blocks of glacial ice remained stagnant whilst moraine continued to be deposited around their margins.

» the pot calls the kettle black = le dijo la sartén al cazo: apártate que tiznas.

Example: The pot calls the kettle black may be used when one scoundrel reviles another -- they are tarred with the same brush.
Kettle synonyms:
boiler in spanish: caldera, pronunciation: bɔɪlɜr part of speech: noun timpani in spanish: tímpanos, pronunciation: tɪmpəni part of speech: noun tympanum in spanish: tímpano, pronunciation: tɪmpənəm part of speech: noun kettledrum in spanish: Kettledrum, pronunciation: ketlədrəm part of speech: noun tympani in spanish: tímpano, pronunciation: tɪmpɑni part of speech: noun kettleful in spanish: hervidor, pronunciation: ketəlfəl part of speech: noun
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