English to Welsh Meaning :: cauldron

crochan, grochan, pair, bair, crochanau, chrochan, chrochanau, grochanau, nghrochan, nghrochanau, mhair, phair
Cauldron :
crochan
- crochanpeiriau
 

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Noun(1) a very large pot that is used for boiling

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(1) I set and lit our fire, and filled our small cauldron with water.(2) Most pressure in the cauldron of the Olympics athletics extravaganza will be on Marion Jones.(3) His wife Kerry's, on the other hand, was a cauldron of domestic violence and emotional instability.(4) The feminist movement proper in France emerged from the cauldron of May 1968.(5) One of the more remarkable pieces in the collection is a large urali or metal cauldron of over one metre in diameter.(6) A French table is likely to have on it a cauldron of vegetable soup, complete with carrots and chard and tiny pasta shapes such as macaroni.(7) I've never played anywhere like it - it was a septic cauldron of hatred.(8) Many inventions of modern warfare were born in the boiling cauldron of the American Civil War.(9) The ingredients were placed in a large cauldron and cooked over a slow fire for a whole afternoon until it turned into a pot of delicious soup.(10) Standing before her bubbling cauldron , the Crone raised her ancient hands and summoned yet another lower-level demon.(11) A man with a metal detector unearthed a cauldron thought to date back to 50BC.(12) If Scotland's shinty players can keep their collective nerve in such a cauldron , then they will have truly earned the right to wear their blue jerseys.(13) Leigh Centurions step into the cauldron of the new National League One with a tough double header awaiting them over the Easter holiday.(14) The film's ending is both justified and satisfying, a moment of grace in a cauldron of anger and hopelessness.(15) The Athens pool strikes you as the most unlikely emotional cauldron .(16) A later warrior grave contained a bronze cauldron and a set of iron weapons.
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(1) cauldron ::
crochan
Synonyms
Noun
1. pot ::
pot
2. kettle ::
tegell
Different Forms
cauldron, cauldrons
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