verb (used without object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
to surge or foam as if boiling.
to be in a state of agitation or excitement.
Archaic. to boil.
verb (used with object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sodden or sod; seething.
to soak or steep.
to cook by boiling or simmering; boil.
the act of seething.
the state of being agitated or excited.
(intransitive) to boil or to foam as if boiling
(intransitive) to be in a state of extreme agitation, esp through anger
(transitive) to soak in liquid
(transitive) (archaic) to cook or extract the essence of (a food) by boiling
the act or state of seething
to boil (Ex. 16:23).
- Seething pot
a vessel for boiling provisions in (Job 41:20; Jer. 1:13).
[see-bek; German zey-bek] /ˈsi bɛk; German ˈzeɪ bɛk/ noun, Physics. 1. thermoelectric effect. Seebeck effect /ˈsiːbɛk; German ˈzeːbɛk/ noun 1. the phenomenon in which a current is produced in a circuit containing two or more different metals when the junctions between the metals are maintained at different temperatures Also called thermoelectric effect Compare Peltier effect […]
noun (philately) 1. any of a set of stamps issued (1890–99) in Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, and El Salvador and named after Nicholas Frederick Seebeck, who provided them free to the respective governments 2. any of the reprints issued later for personal gain by Seebeck
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