Spanish Word for frying  

English Word: frying

Spanish Word: la sartén
The Spanish Word for frying
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Translated sentences containing 'frying'
Put three tablesooons of oil into a frying-pan.
Pon tres cucharadas de aceite en una sartén.
It's necessary to put oil in the frying pan.
Hay que poner aceite en la sartén.
Don't take the frying pan away from the fire!
¡ No retire usted la sartén del fuego !
We put the frying pan in the fire.
Pusimos la sartén al fuego.
Where is the frying pan?
¿En dónde está el sartén?

We are jumping out of the frying pan into the fire.
Vamos de mal en peor.
This would simply mean jumping out of the frying pan into the fire.
Esto significaría, simplemente, ir de mal en peor.
Mr President, thanks to General Musharraf' s rule, the Pakistani population is jumping out of the frying pan into the fire.
Señor Presidente, bajo el régimen del General Musharaf la situación del pueblo pakistaní va de mal en peor.
   Mr President, with the Commission proposal, we are out of the frying pan and into the fire: more flexibility but without clear-cut criteria.
   – Señor Presidente, con la propuesta de la Comisión hemos salido de la sartén para caer al fuego: más flexibilidad pero sin criterios claros.
It is not jumping out of the frying pan into the fire, scarcely coherent, to give aid with one hand and penalise with the other.
¿Esta política consistente en ayudar por un lado y en penalizar por otro no es acaso una política corta de miras, poco coherente?
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