English to Czech Meaning :: congeal

Congeal :
zmrazit
zmrazit, srazit se, zmrznout, nechat ztuhnout - zmrazitzmrazitztuhnouttuhnutízmrazeníztuhne
 
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Verb(1) become gelatinous

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(1) the ballet failed to congeal as a single oeuvre(2) Yet somehow the film's parts never quite congeal into a satisfying whole.(3) Only there does the noise seem to congeal with some solid structure and make for a truly pleasing listen.(4) Upon closer inspection, however, we see that the seemingly abstract patterns that repeat across the paintings' surfaces congeal into single or coupled female figures unmistakably engaged in sexual activities.(5) Fats and grease congeal and harden in cold water which can then be flushed through the system.(6) Knowing that the book is devoted to obscenity, the viewer strives to make these recalcitrant shapes congeal into something naughty.(7) Fever, heat, and stagnation may damage the fluids, which congeal and thicken and do not flow.(8) Finally, the eggs congealed into shiny yellow clumps, and we sat down at the table to eat.(9) By the fourth season, each of the leads has fallen into a comfortable rhythm, and they've congealed into a formidable comedy team.(10) Designed as a first stage pre-filter for mist and congealable contaminants we manufacture a variety of high efficiency, chevron style impingers.(11) Bacon grease congeals as it cools so what I want to know is: Exactly what type of pig lard is going to be used in the squirt guns?(12) Now, that congealment , in our submission, ought not be allowed to occur.(13) Her sorrow had localized, congealed , solidified.(14) These moments of disquiet congealed into a continuous nagging worry when I went to my first World Cup finals in Argentina.(15) Not to say that he was immune to her, no, he sensed the strangest feeling coming on as he looked upon her luminous visage now, as if all his internal organs had been scrambled together and congealed into a wobbly mass of jelly.(16) The longer you wait, the more the sauce congeals and (I swear this is true) sweetens.
Synonyms
Verb
1. coagulate ::
koagulovat
2. clot ::
chuchvalec
3. thicken ::
zahustit
4. jell ::
Jell
5. cake ::
dort
6. set ::
soubor
7. curdle ::
srazit se
Antonyms
1. soften ::
změkčit
Different Forms
congeal, congealed, congealing, congealment, congeals
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