【Dict.Wiki ❷⓿❷❷】cauldron meaning, cauldron slang, cauldron definition, cauldron translation.❤️️︎︎ What does cauldron mean? Meaning of cauldron. cauldron Meaning, slang, Define and pronunciation...


  • EN [ ˈkɔ:ldrən]
  • US [ ˈkɔldrən]

English definition


  • 1. a very large pot that is used for boiling

Example sentences

  • Everyone crowded around a huge cauldron of boiling sap.

  • Several men were thrown into a boiling cauldron.

  • Supplies you will need: two black candles, cauldron, paper and pen.

  • The earthenware which appears together with the ashes concluded initially is cauldron which the life uses.

  • Paavo Nurmi lit the Olympic flame in a cauldron on the field.

  • This is the cauldron where requirements are rendered into something useful.

  • Then the witch placed her cauldron on the fire, to prepare the magic draught.

  • On top of this earthen structure stood a deep, round, iron cauldron.

  • Nine woods in the Cauldron go, burn them fast and burn them slow.

  • The year ahead promises to see the coalition tested in a cauldron of unpopularity.

  • He ran over to a neighbour's house to borrow a cauldron.

  • We can't have a light heart if our minds woeful cauldron of fear and ambition.

  • Even witches appreciate what they bring to a boiling cauldron.

  • At night, the flame is kept in a special cauldron.

  • Rather, it is a roiling, seething cauldron of evanescent particles.

  • Mexican hurdler Enriqueta Basilio became the first woman to light cauldron at the Opening Ceremony.

  • First let's add a little more to our magical cauldron.

  • They used the method of removing the burning brands from under the boiling cauldron.

  • Gymnastic champion Li Ning was carried running through air to light the Olympic cauldron.

  • The bombing of Cambodia or covert operations in Chile were thrown into the cauldron.

  • If we gain in the Cauldron, will be average it Ties the one that will have.

  • Because in the roiling cauldron of activity that galaxy formation, some stars go supernova.

  • An intricate pair of handles for a cauldron testifies to Afghanistan's rich past.

  • A fire burns in the cauldron, as a reminder of the Olympic flame.

  • Your symbols are the athame, torch, scourge, key and the cauldron.

  • If the Madrid earns in the Cauldron will gain the League?

  • The stadium was a seething cauldron of emotion.

  • A thin veneer of law and order barely keeps the seething, bubbling cauldron of chaos and anarchy in check.


Meaning of cauldron

There is relatively little information about cauldron, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!

Bilingual Reading Of The Day

  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
  • More

Browse By Letter

Site Navigation

Trending Words

Computer English

Words List

Classification of words

  • Oxford Advanced Eighth Edition
  • American Webster's Dictionary
  • Wikipedia
  • Intermediate English speaking guide