"Bring to a boil" is grammatically correct. "Bring to the boil" is not.
The population of Saint-Boil is 459.
The word 'boil' is both a noun (boil, boils) and a verb (boil, boils, boiling, boiled).Examples:He brought a kettle of water to the boil. (noun)She developed a painful boil on her leg. (noun)I can boil your eggs or fry them. (verb)
No you can not boil a watermelon.
Yes, gas surely can boil. It can boil because it is a liquid. Most liquids can boil if heated to the its boiling temperature.
The area of Saint-Boil is 11.66 square kilometers.
Well, there is no difference in terms of the act of "boiling," but there is a grammatical difference. Saying "bring it to the boil" is unnecessary. There is no need for using the definite article "the" for "boil". Merely say or write "bring to boil" or "boil." These are good enough.
You should boil a chicken an hour to an hour and a half in a mild boil. Do not boil it in a hard, rolling boil. it should be tender and allow it to cool off before handling.
you boil it in water
Yes, boil is a verb.
To boil is a verb.
Soda water boil.
salt water will boil. also will freshwaer
put the kettle on to boil
Boil them For about 30 minutes
i can boil by coil
Yes any liquid can boil.
The future tense is will boil.
You can boil any type of meat.
Your stomach can't actually boil, unless you take it out of your body and put it in a pot to boil.
boil them for 10 minutes on a full boil.