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Pronunciation of Boiled: Learn how to pronounce Boiled in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word boil:

1(with reference to a liquid) reach or cause to reach the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapour:
[with object]:
we asked people to boil their drinking water
[no object]:
he waited for the water to boil
(with reference to a kettle, pan, or other container) heat or be heated until the liquid inside starts to boil:
[with object]:
she boiled the kettle and took down a couple of mugs
[no object]:
the kettle boiled and he filled the teapot
2 [with object] subject (something) to the heat of boiling liquid, in particular:
(with reference to food) cook or be cooked by immersing in boiling water or stock:
[with object]:
boil the potatoes until well done
(as adjective boiled)
two boiled eggs
[no object]:
make the sauce while the lobsters are boiling
wash or sterilize (clothes) in water of a very high temperature:
boil bedclothes and towels
historical execute (someone) by subjecting them to the heat of boiling liquid:
one valet was ordered to be boiled alive
3 [no object] (of the sea or clouds) be turbulent and stormy:
a huge cliff with the black sea boiling below
(of a person or strong emotion) be stirred up:
he was boiling with rage
1 [in singular] the temperature at which a liquid bubbles and turns to vapour:
bring the sauce to the boil and simmer for 10 minutes
the process of heating a liquid to the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapour:
the kettle’s on the boil
British a state of great activity or excitement:
he has gone off the boil since opening the campaign
2 Fishing a sudden rise of a fish at a fly:
a boil from a fish in a pool