Hump vs Boil - What's the difference?
As a proper noun hump
is the himalayas, as the challenge for the supply route between india and china.
As a noun boil is
a localized accumulation of pus in the skin, resulting from infection or boil
can be the point at which fluid begins to change to a vapour.
As a verb boil is
to heat (a liquid) to the point where it begins to turn into a gas.
A mound of earth.
A rounded mass, especially a fleshy mass such as on a camel.
A speed hump.
(rft-sense) A deformity in humans caused by abnormal curvature of the upper spine.
(slang) An act of sexual intercourse.
(British, slang) A bad mood.
(slang) A painfully boorish person.
- get the hump''', have the '''hump''', take the '''hump .
- That guy is such a hump !
* (abnormal deformity of the spine) gibbous, humpback, hunch, hunchback
* over the hump
* hump day
* speed hump
To bend something into a hump.
(slang) To carry something, especially with some exertion.
(slang) To carry, especially with some exertion.
(intransitive) To dry-hump.
(slang) To have sex with.
(slang) To have sex.
From (etyl) bile, .
A localized accumulation of pus in the skin, resulting from infection.
(etyl) "to well up, boil"). More at seethe, well.
The point at which fluid begins to change to a vapour.
A dish of boiled food, especially based on seafood.
(rare, nonstandard) The collective noun for a group of hawks.
- Add the noodles when the water comes to the boil .
To heat (a liquid) to the point where it begins to turn into a gas.
(intransitive) To cook in boiling water.
- Boil some water in a pan.
- Boil the eggs for two minutes.
Of a liquid, to begin to turn into a gas, seethe.
- Is the rice boiling yet?
(intransitive, informal, used only in progressive tenses) Said of weather being uncomfortably hot.
- Pure water boils at 100 degrees Celsius.
(intransitive, informal, used only in progressive tenses) To feel uncomfortably hot. See also seethe.
- It’s boiling outside!
To form, or separate, by boiling or evaporation.
- I’m boiling in here – could you open the window?
(obsolete) To steep or soak in warm water.
* Francis Bacon
- to boil sugar or salt
To be agitated like boiling water; to bubble; to effervesce.
- To try whether seeds be old or new, the sense cannot inform; but if you boil them in water, the new seeds will sprout sooner.
* Bible, Job xii. 31
- the boiling waves of the sea
To be moved or excited with passion; to be hot or fervid.
- He maketh the deep to boil like a pot.
- His blood boils with anger.
- Then boiled my breast with flame and burning wrath.
* (of a liquid) seethe, well, plaw ; see also
* (of the weather) be baking]], be scorching, [[swelter, be sweltering
* (of a person) be seething]], be baking, [[stew, be stewing
* (of a liquid) condense
* (of the weather) be freezing
* (of a person) be freezing
* boil away
* boil down
* boil down to
* boil off
* boil over
* go off the boil
* make someone's blood boil
* pot boiler
* slow boil