Translation of briquette in Spanish:


briqueta, n.

Pronunciation /brəˈkɛt/ /brɪˈkɛt/


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    (barra de carbón, papel etc para usar en la chimenea) briqueta feminine
    • If you wait too long and the coals have cooled, fuel the fire by adding more briquets.
    • The briquettes do not produce a fire hot enough to draw the combustion products up the chimney.
    • To us, there would appear to be a big difference between treating sludge and producing a smokeless fuel briquette.
    • Here, fuel is squirted on the briquettes and match-lit.
    • Add 5 more briquets to each mound of coals now and after 30 minutes, if grilling takes longer than that.
    • He also said people should know the barrels are legal for use with charcoal briquettes and presto-type logs.
    • When using charcoal you can choose pure charcoal or briquettes soaked in lighter fluid.
    • I don't know about you, but I've got a whole bag of charcoal briquets.
    • You'll be able to barbecue without the inconvenience of those messy charcoal briquets.
    • Wrap chunks in foil and place directly over ceramic briquettes, or metal heat-diffusing bars.
    • Many grills rely on lava rocks or ceramic briquettes.
    • Add about 10 briquettes every hour to maintain temperature in the grill.
    • That way, with tongs I can add white-ash briquettes to the smoker to maintain the temperature.
    • Marie welcomed the darkness, which smelled of scorched charcoal briquettes.
    • Fill an empty egg carton with a dozen briquettes, one in each department.
    • After about a minute, carefully light the briquettes with a long barbecue lighter or a fireplace match.
    • On the ground, in the center of the cans, put five or six charcoal briquettes and light them.
    • With a smirk, he ran away before I could chuck a flaming briquette at him.
    • The briquette absorbs the moisture which the mildew needs to survive 6.
    • The sun dimmed until it was glowing a comfortable red, like a floating charcoal briquette.