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boil 1 (boil)v. boiled, boil·ing, boils v.intr.1. a. To change from a liquid to a vapor by the application of heat: All the water boiled away and left the kettle dry.b. To reach the boiling point.c. To undergo the action of boiling, especially in being cooked.2. To be in a state of agitation; seethe: a river boiling over the rocks.3. To be stirred up or greatly excited, especially in anger: The mere idea made me boil.v.tr.1. a. To vaporize (a liquid) by the application of heat.b. To heat to the boiling point.2. To cook or clean by boiling.3. To separate by evaporation in the process of boiling: boil the maple sap.n.1. The condition or act of boiling.2. Lower Southern US A picnic featuring shrimp, crab, or crayfish boiled in large pots with spices, and then shelled and eaten by hand.3. An agitated, swirling, roiling mass of liquid: Those tumbling boils show a dissolving bar and a changing channel there (Mark Twain).Phrasal Verbs: boil down1. To reduce in bulk or size by boiling.2. To condense; summarize: boiled down the complex document.3. To constitute the equivalent of in summary: The scathing editorial simply boils down to an exercise in partisan politics. boil over1. To overflow while boiling.2. To lose one's