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 Translation for 'scald' from English to Russian
NOUN   a scald | scalds
VERB   to scald | scalded | scalded
scalding | scalds
SYNO to blister | to scald | to whip
обдавать кипяткомto scald
мед.
ожог {м} (горячей жидкостью или паром)
scald
обжигаться [несов.] [кипящей жидкостью или паром]to scald oneself [injure]
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Usage Examples English
  • For fruit the most important part of avoiding sun scald is to be aware of where the fruit has been during its growth.
  • "Monographella albescens" is a fungal plant pathogen also known as leaf scald which infects rice.
  • "Xanthomonas albilineans" is a species of bacteria. It causes leaf scald in sugarcane and is the source of the phytoxin and antibiotic albicidin.
  • "Sclerotinia borealis" or snow scald is a psychrophilic plant pathogen infecting barley, rye and wheat.
  • Rhynchosporium secalis is an ascomycete fungus that is the causal agent of barley and rye scald.

  • Another way of preparing beef tongue is to scald it in hot water and remove the skin, then roast the tongue in an oven, using the pan drippings to prepare a gravy.
  • A number of alternatives to the use of diphenylamine exist for the control of scald of apples.
  • Ethoxyquin (EMQ) is a quinoline-based antioxidant used as a food preservative in certain countries and originally to control scald on pears after harvest (under commercial names such as "Stop-Scald").
  • Temperature dependent damage to Schisandra involve sun scald or frost damage.
  • Tethra means both sea and scald-crow Badb or Roynston's crow in Old Irish.

  • In Shakespeare's "King Lear", Lear states: "But I am bound upon a wheel of fire, / That mine own tears do scald like molten lead".
  • Albicidin is an antibiotic and phytotoxic molecule produced by the bacterium "Xanthomonas albilineans" which infects sugarcane causing leaf scald.
  • This involved both Azlin and Ridzuan using boiling hot water to scald the boy on several occasions, inflicting severe burns and scald injuries which caused the boy to die in hospital weeks after the first of the four scalding incidents.
  • In casinos, burns most commonly occur in preparation or delivery of foods, beverages, or oils since liquid or steam at only 155° Fahrenheit can burn or scald the skin.
  • The three break out into a brawl, wherein Eleanor manages to both shoot Justin in the shoulder, and severely scald him by smashing the jar of battery acid over his head.

  • Sizzle and scald where the water boils up.
  • However, they are susceptible to superficial scald and bitter pit.
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