Translation of tannin in Spanish:


tanino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtænən/ /ˈtanɪn/

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    tanino masculine
    • Our perception of sweetness can be affected by a number of other factors, such as temperature, tannin and carbon dioxide, not to mention alcohol.
    • To counteract intestinal discharges probably caused by the calomel, surgeons administered tannin, sulphuric acid, or morphia.
    • If you take any grape - black, red or green - and slice it through the middle it looks much the same: the stalk is woody and full of a substance called tannin.
    • Additionally, the content of another product of the phenyl propanoid pathway, tannin, was examined in buckwheat plants.
    • This was destined to become part of the thick liquor in the tanning pits for leather, as Oak trees in particular have high levels of tannin in the bark.
    • The tannin extracted from the bark and wood was important in the leather industry.
    • This was because tannin, a chemical that gives tea and coffee a bitter taste, binds to certain ceramic and metal materials.
    • The association of tannin with caffeine allows the caffeine to be released slowly into the blood.
    • It must be eaten ripe, since latex and tannin present in the unripe fruit give it an unpleasantly astringent taste.
    • The immature grain of these hybrids is high in tannin and quite bitter.
    • Rooibos tea contains no caffeine and is very low in tannin.
    • In juvenile plants, the relative amount of tannin increased in March, decreased in April and July, and increased again in October.
    • Chipped chestnut wood and bark also were used as a source of tannin for the leather industry.
    • The result is a fruity wine, high in aromatics and low in tannin.
    • In contrast, caffeine binds with phenols and tannins, thus neutralizing these effects.
    • Another common problem with cedar, redwood and certain other species is a natural resin in the wood called tannin.
    • The caffeine and tannins in tea, coffee and colas are also dehydrating agents, so don't drink more than a two cups a day.
    • The two streams are known as blackwater creeks because tannin, released from the breakdown of leaves in the woods, darkens their waters.
    • Honeysuckle imparts a raw sweetness with hints of tannin.
    • If leeching tannin is the problem, a good sealer is the answer.