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recalentar

  
a       vt  
1      (demasiado)    to overheat
2      [+comida]   to warm up, reheat
b    recalentarse      vpr   to get too hot
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
recalentar v.
reheat

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exp.
reheating coffee is a crime
[Hum.]
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"recalentar": examples and translations in context
Puedes recalentar muchos sobrantes de comida. There's lots of leftovers that you can reheat.
Hay muchas sobras que puedes recalentar. There's lots of leftovers that you can reheat.
Una turbina que gira demasiado rápido se podría recalentar, sería la lógica. A rapidly turning turbine might overheat, would be the logic.
No puede tener ventilador, no puede recalentar. It can't have a fan, it can't overheat.
Nuestro trabajo consiste en "recalentar" lo que llamamos "casos fríos", y, con nuestros años de experiencia y habilidad, resolverlos. See, our job is to warm up what we call cold cases and then, with our years of experience and expertise, crack 'em.
1 - Recalentar la franja de siembra para un comienzo más rápido del crecimiento de las plantas. 1 - Warm up the seeding strip for a fast start to plant growth.
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