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parch

 (pärch)
v. parched, parch·ing, parch·es
v.tr.
1. To make extremely dry, especially by exposure to heat: The midsummer sun parched the earth. See Synonyms at dry.
2. To dry or roast (corn, for example) by exposing to heat.
v.intr.
To become very dry.

[Middle English parchen.]

parch

(pɑːtʃ)
vb
1. to deprive or be deprived of water; dry up: the sun parches the fields.
2. (Physiology) (tr; usually passive) to make very thirsty: I was parched after the run.
3. (Cookery) (tr) to roast (corn, etc) lightly
[C14: of obscure origin]

parch

(pɑrtʃ)

v.t.
1. to make extremely or completely dry, as heat, sun, and wind do.
2. to make thirsty.
3. to dry (beans, grain, etc.) by exposure to heat without burning.
4. to dry or shrivel with cold.
v.i.
5. to suffer from heat, thirst, or need of water.
6. to undergo drying by heat.
[1350–1400; Middle English perchen, of uncertain orig.]

parch


Past participle: parched
Gerund: parching

Imperative
parch
parch
Present
I parch
you parch
he/she/it parches
we parch
you parch
they parch
Preterite
I parched
you parched
he/she/it parched
we parched
you parched
they parched
Present Continuous
I am parching
you are parching
he/she/it is parching
we are parching
you are parching
they are parching
Present Perfect
I have parched
you have parched
he/she/it has parched
we have parched
you have parched
they have parched
Past Continuous
I was parching
you were parching
he/she/it was parching
we were parching
you were parching
they were parching
Past Perfect
I had parched
you had parched
he/she/it had parched
we had parched
you had parched
they had parched
Future
I will parch
you will parch
he/she/it will parch
we will parch
you will parch
they will parch
Future Perfect
I will have parched
you will have parched
he/she/it will have parched
we will have parched
you will have parched
they will have parched
Future Continuous
I will be parching
you will be parching
he/she/it will be parching
we will be parching
you will be parching
they will be parching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been parching
you have been parching
he/she/it has been parching
we have been parching
you have been parching
they have been parching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been parching
you will have been parching
he/she/it will have been parching
we will have been parching
you will have been parching
they will have been parching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been parching
you had been parching
he/she/it had been parching
we had been parching
you had been parching
they had been parching
Conditional
I would parch
you would parch
he/she/it would parch
we would parch
you would parch
they would parch
Past Conditional
I would have parched
you would have parched
he/she/it would have parched
we would have parched
you would have parched
they would have parched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.parch - cause to wither or parch from exposure to heat; "The sun parched the earth"
dry, dry out - remove the moisture from and make dry; "dry clothes"; "dry hair"

parch

verb
To make or become free of moisture:
Translations
يَسْفَع، يُحَمِّص
sežehnout
afsvideudtørre
kiszárít
òurrka upp
išdegintasištroškęssukepęs
kveldētsvilināt
kavurup kurutmak

parch

[pɑːtʃ]
A. VTsecar, resecar, agostar
B. VIsecarse

parch

[ˈpɑːrtʃ] vtdessécher

parch

parch

[pɑːtʃ] vtriardere

parch

(paːtʃ) verb
to make hot and very dry. The sun parched the earth.
parched adjective
1. hot and dry. Nothing could grow in the parched land.
2. thirsty. Can I have a cup of tea – I'm parched!
References in classic literature ?
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Las caracteristicas geomorfologicas y microclimaticas de estos afloramientos confieren condiciones ecologicas extremas en los habitats donde se desarrollan especies con distribucion restringida y endemica (Barthlott, Porembski, Szarzynski, & Mund, 1993; Groger, 2000; Porembski, 2007), principalmente en los mosaicos de parches que se consideran islas de vegetacion sobre las islas de rocas (Porembski, 2000; Porembski, 2007).
Identificar las modificaciones de la funcion cardiaca fetal en preeclampticas tratadas con parches de nitroglicerina.
Contract award notice: suministro de parches para modulacin de temperatura con destino a los centros sanitarios dependientes del servicio murciano de salud, mediante licitacin electrnica.
A nivel del paisaje, el pastoreo genera fragmentacion y perdida de habitats, desconexion entre tipos de parches y la emergencia de nuevos contrastes, a partir de la disimilitud en la calidad de parches adyacentes.
Estos bosques se encuentran amenazados en Colombia y se cree que se ha perdido cerca del 80% de su cobertura, debido a la creciente presion humana a traves de la expansion de la frontera agricola, las practicas ganaderas, las quemas y la extraccion de lena; lo que conlleva a la fragmentacion y discontinuidad entre parches, afectando su estructura, extension y composicion especifica (Venero & Macedo, 1983; Fjeldsa et al., 1996; Etter & Villa, 2000; Fjeldsa & Kessler, 2004).
El objetivo principal del presente estudio fue examinar si el anadir terapia de exposicion a la combinacion de terapia multicomponente cognitivo-conductual y parches de nicotina aumentaba la efectividad de dicha combinacion para dejar de fumar.
La tercera seccion de este trabajo analiza las cuencas urbanizadas desde la perspectiva de la ecologia de los paisajes, mediante la consideracion de atributos espaciales relacionados con la presencia, localizacion y distribucion de parches y corredores vegetales.
Pronto comenzara a ensayarse con voluntarios un nuevo tipo de vacuna que se aplica en la piel en forma de parches. Las vacunas se preparan con segmentos especificos del ADN de diversos agentes patogenos que desencadenan una reaccion inmunologica que estimula la produccion de antigenos protectores contra esa enfermedad en particular.
By JIM DINN, a freelance writer who assists parches in the Diocese of Portland, Maine with catechetics and initiation programs.
Miele, que tiene 36 anos, paga a las costureras de la favela para que produzcan los parches, el crochet y otros adornos para sus ropas.