- vt. 烫伤；烫洗；加热；晒焦
- vi. 烫伤；烫洗；煮沸
- n. 烫伤；烫洗
1. s- (ex- "out, off, thoroughly" => es- => s-) + cald- "hot" => scald.
2. => "bathe or wash in hot water".
3. => to be very hot; to afflict painfully with hot liquid or steam.
- scald:  Scald comes ultimately from Latin calidus ‘hot’ (source also of English cauldron and chowder and related to calorie and nonchalant). From it was derived the verb excaldāre ‘wash in hot water’, which passed into English via Anglo-Norman escalder as scald.
=> calorie, cauldron, chowder, nonchalant
- scald (v.)
- c. 1200, "to be very hot; to afflict painfully with hot liquid or steam," from Old North French escalder "to scald, to scorch" (Old French eschalder "heat, boil up, bubble," Modern French échauder), from Late Latin excaldare "bathe in hot water" (source also of Spanish escaldar, Italian scaldare "heat with hot water"), from Latin ex- "off" (see ex-) + calidus "hot" (see calorie). Related: Scalded; scalding. The noun is c. 1600, from the verb.
- 1. Be careful not to scald yourself with the steam.
- 2. Don't scald your hands when you open the steamer.
- 3. Don't scald your lips in another man's porridge.
- 4. Scald the dishes before drying them.
- 5. Conclusion The Burn - scald tincture of herb can inhibit the acute inflammation.
[ scald 造句 ]