Translation for 'moldy' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   moldy | moldier / more moldy | moldiest / most moldy
SYNO moldy | mouldy | musty
moldy {adj} [Am.]мухлясал
moldy {adj} [Am.]плесенясал
to go moldy [Am.] {verb}мухлясам [св.]
to go moldy [Am.] {verb}мухлясвам [несв.]
4 translations
To translate another word just start typing!

Usage Examples English
  • Suberosis is a type of hypersensitivity pneumonitis usually caused by the fungus "Penicillium glabrum" (formerly called "Penicillium frequentans") from exposure to moldy cork dust.
  • Bagassosis, an interstitial lung disease, is a type of hypersensitivity pneumonitis attributed to exposure to moldy molasses or bagasse dust.
  • Sweet clover contains coumarin that converts to dicoumarol, which is a powerful anticoagulant toxin, when the plant becomes moldy.
  • In 2011 Mengniu Dairy stated that moldy cattle feed led to excessive toxin levels in its milk.
  • A moldy cantaloupe in a Peoria, Illinois, market in 1943 was found to contain the highest yielding strain of mold for penicillin production, after a worldwide search.

  • Parton went viral on "Twitter" in December 2020 with a tweet criticizing "old moldy politicians" over the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the United States.
  • It holds a total of 27% on Rotten Tomatoes. Stephen Holden of "The New York Times" called it "a dispiriting, flavorless travesty, the equivalent of moldy tofu mystery meat".
  • In June 2011, certain lots of Dr. Reddy's generic Simvastatin tablets were recalled due to tablets having a "musty" or "moldy" smell.
  • "Vinney" may be the Dorset form of the archaic word "vinny" 'moldy' or perhaps a corruption of "veiny", referring to its blue veins.
  • In 1998 it was discovered that moldy hay influenced the quality of semen of bulls.

  • Also noted is the secretion of light brown droplets or guttation on the cap, stem and ring. Most specimens began to discolour brown, wither and go moldy shortly after maturing.
  • "Dianthus freynii" prefers the shallow limestone soils, at organogenic and organomineral moldy soils and dolomite sirozes.
  • The river's name may originate from a French word "moisie" meaning "moldy" . But this is not certain and other hypotheses exist.
  • The ancient Egyptians used moldy bread to treat infections that arose from dirt in burn wounds.
  • Boiled peanuts can become slimy or moldy quite quickly without refrigeration.

  • Described as new to science in 2010, the species was found growing on refrigerated moldy apples in the Netherlands.
  • Bert's classmate gets cancer, but the doctors managed to save him, and Bert and his friends visit him at the hospital. Meanwhile, Beckaskolan is appointed Sweden's most moldy school.
  • Some specimens have a white moldy appearance, having been colonised by the parasitic Ascomycete fungus "Hypomyces cervinigenus".
  • Schofield elucidated the etiology and pathology of moldy sweet clover poisoning, which led to the discovery of the anticoagulant warfarin.
  • Brutal Verschimmelt (BV, literally "brutally moldy", [...]) was a German punk band from Kempten (Allgäu). In 1983 they released an album by Rock-O-Rama.

    © English-Bulgarian dictionary 2024
    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
    Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!