slow-burning

slow-burning

adj
1. (General Physics) (of combustible material) burning relatively slowly
2. (Film) slow-paced but compelling
3. (Theatre) slow-paced but compelling
Translations

slow-burning

[ˈsləʊˈbɜːnɪŋ] ADJque se quema lentamente
slow-burning fuseespoleta f retardada
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