alcohol

listen to the pronunciation of alcohol
الإنجليزية - التركية
alkol

Yetişkin Japon erkeklerinin yüzde altmışı düzenli olarak alkollü içecekler içerler. - Sixty percent of Japanese adult males drink alcoholic beverages on a regular basis.

Alkollü içkileri her gün içmek istemiyordu. Fakat bira onun sevdiği içkisidir, bu yüzden o her gün alkolsüz bira içiyor. - She didn't want to drink alcoholic drinks every day. However, beer is her favorite drink, so she drinks non-alcoholic beer every day.

(Tekstil) alkol ( ispirto )
alkollü içki

Favori alkollü içkin nedir? - What's your favorite alcoholic drink?

Herhangi bir alkollü içki içme. - Don't drink any alcohol.

(Tıp) chem. a) Alkol, ispirto, etil alkol, etanol "methylacrbinol". Genellikle fermante içki ve sıvıların damıtılması ile elde edilen, CH2, CH3, OH yapısında, primer alkol özelliğinde, renksiz, uçucu ve tutuşabilir bir "alkyloxide". b) Damıtma (distillation) ürünü olan esans, cevher. c) Alkoller: Hidroksil grubu taşıyan organik "alkyl"ler (R, OH)
{i} ispirto
{i} içki

Herhangi bir alkollü içki içme. - Don't drink any alcohol.

Alkollü içkileri her gün içmek istemiyordu. Fakat bira onun sevdiği içkisidir, bu yüzden o her gün alkolsüz bira içiyor. - She didn't want to drink alcoholic drinks every day. However, beer is her favorite drink, so she drinks non-alcoholic beer every day.

alkolk
alcohol addiction
alkol alışkanlığı
alcohol content
alkol miktarı
alcohol dependent
alkol bağımlı
alcohol fuel
alkollü yakıt
alcohol abuser
alkol bağımlısı
alcohol abuser
yoğun alkol kullanan
alcohol based
alkol esaslı
alcohol related
alkol ile ilgili
alcohol resistant foam
alkole dayanıklı köpük
alcohol withdrawal
Alkol yoksunluğu
alcohol-containing
alkol içerikli
alcohol-free
Alkolsüz
alcohol addict
alkol bağımlısı
alcohol addict
alkolik
alcohol free
alkolsüz
alcohol sulphonate
(Tekstil) alkollü sülfat
allyl alcohol
alil alkol
also known as isopropyl alcohol
ayrıca izopropil alkol olarak da bilinir
ethyl alcohol
etil alkol
ethyl alcohol
ispirto
butyl alcohol
bütil alkol
domestic alcohol
yerli içki
grain alcohol
(Denizbilim) etanol
polyvinyl alcohol
(Gıda,Kimya) polivinil alkol
propyl alcohol
(Kimya) propil alkol
absolute alcohol
saf alkol
absolute alcohol
mutlak alkol
amyl alcohol
amil alkol
benzyl alcohol
benzil alkol
butyl alcohol
butil alkol
butyt alcohol
butil alkol
cetyl alcohol
setil alkol
coniferyl alcohol
koniferil alkol
consume alcohol
alkol tüket
decyl alcohol
desil alkol
denaturated alcohol
içilmez alkol
denatured alcohol
içilmez alkol
denatured alcohol
mavi ispirto
denatured alcohol
denatüre alkol
fermentation alcohol
fermente alkol
grain alcohol
hububat alkolü
hexyl alcohol
heksil alkol
industrial alcohol
endüstriyel alkol
isoamyl alcohol
izoamil alkol
isobutyl alcohol
izobutil alkol
lauryl alcohol
laurik alkol
methyl alcohol
metil alkol
soluble in alcohol
alkolde çözünür
wood alcohol
metil alkol
Fetal alcohol syndrome
(Tıp, İlaç) Annenin hamileliğinde alkol kullanmasına bağlı olarak oluşan vücut deformasyonu veya gelişimsel ya da zihinsel gelişimde oluşan gerilikle karakterize tıbbi durum
fatty alcohol
yağ alkol
high in alcohol, very full-bodied
alkol, çok dolgun yüksek
primary alcohol
primer alkol, birincil alkol
propargyl alcohol
propargyl alkol
scientific study of the alcohol
Alkol bilimsel çalışma
to drown problems in alcohol
Alkol problemleri boğulmak
Advanced Targeting FLIR; amphibious task force; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and F
(Askeri) Geliştirilmiş Kızıl ötesi görüşlü Hedefleme; amfibi görev kuvveti; Alkol, Tütün ve Ateşli silahlar Bürosu (TREAS)
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms
(Askeri) Alkol, Tütün ve Ateşli Silahlar Bürosu
absolute alcohol
arı alkol
absolute alcohol
saf ispirto
acute alcohol intoxication
(Tıp) akut alkol entoksikasyonu
amount of alcohol
(Tekstil) alkol miktarı
amyl alcohol
(Tekstil) amil alkolu
amylic alcohol
(Tekstil) amil alkolu
commercial alcohol
piyasa ispirtosu
commercial alcohol
ticari alkol
consume alcohol
alkol tüketmek
containing alcohol
alkollü
denatured alcohol
mavi ispirto, karışık ispirto
dilute alcohol
(Fizik) seyreltik alkol
drink alcohol
alkol içmek
drink alcohol
alkol almak
ethyl alcohol
etilalkol
ethylene vinyl alcohol
(Gıda) etilen vinil alkol
examination of alcohol level
(Kanun) alkol seviyesinin tespiti
examination of alcohol level
(Kanun) alkol derecesinin tespiti
grain alcohol
tahıl alkolü
nicotinyl alcohol
(Tıp) Nikotinik asit gibi damar geniletici etkisi olan, ancak bu tesiri daha uzun süre devam eden bir madde
percent alcohol
alkol yüzdesi
polyvinyl alcohol
(Tekstil) polivinilalkol
polyvinyl alcohol solution
(Kimya) polivinil alkol çözeltisi
rubbing alcohol
tuvalet ispirtosu
sans alcohol
alkolsüz
synthetic alcohol
yapay alkol
tertiary butyl alcohol
tertiari bütil alkol
tertiary butyl alcohol
(Otomotiv) tertiarı bütil alkol
wood alcohol
odun alkolü
wood alcohol
metil alkol,odun ispirtosu
wood alcohol
metanol
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An intoxicating beverage made by the fermentation of sugar or sugar-containing material
Any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group (-OH)
a volatile, inflammable, colorless liquid of a penetrating odor and burning taste
{n} rectified spirit composed of oxygene, carbon and yudrogene, an impalpable powder
This constituent of wine is a natural by-product of fermentation It is one of the main pillars of perceived flavour, the others being "Acid", "residual Sugar" (and/or "Glycerin") and "Tannin" The presence of these components define a wine that has "good balance" For tablewines the wine label must, by law, state the alcohol content of the wine within the bottle, usually expressed as a percentage of the volume Table wines do not usually exceed 14% alcohol content - (11% to 12 5% is generally considered the optimum amount) - although a few, such as the "jaune vin" of the Jura region of France are fermented in a special manner to attain consistently higher levels in the 14 5 to 15 5% range Sweet dessert wines fall in the same range Fortified wines - (eg: Sherry, Port etc) - range from 17% to 21% alcohol content
A class of chemical compounds, all having the general formula R-OH, where R represents a hydrocarbon group (i e , a group of hydrogen and carbon atoms) The most important alcohol in beer is ethanol, also known as grain alcohol Other alcohols, known collectively as fusel alcohols, may be present in trace amounts; they can give beer a harsh taste, and contribute to hangovers
This constituent of wine is a natural by-product of fermentation It is one of the main pillars of perceived flavor, the others being "Acid", "residual Sugar" (and/or "Glycerin") and "Tannin" The presence of these components define a wine that has "good balance" For tablewines the wine label must, by law, state the alcohol content of the wine within the bottle, usually expressed as a percentage of the volume Table wines do not usually exceed 14% alcohol content - (11% to 12 5% is generally considered the optimum amount) - although a few, such as the "jaune vin" of the Jura region of France are fermented in a special manner to attain consistently higher levels in the 14 5 to 15 5% range Sweet dessert wines fall in the same range Fortified wines - (eg: Sherry, Port etc) - range from 17% to 21% alcohol content
(chem) The family name of a group of organic chemical compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen (C2H6O) which occurs widely in nature and is used in solvents, antifreezes, chemical manufacture, and as a fuel Alcohol commonly is obtained by FERMENTATION F - alcool S - alcohol
The family name of a group of organic chemical compounds that includes methanol, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol, and others Ethanol is produced from crops or residues with a high carbohydrate content Alcoholic beverages contain ethanol, and ethanol is blended with gasoline to produce gasohol Most industrial ethanol produced in the U S is from corn wet-milling
The family name of a group of organic chemical compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; includes methanol, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol, and others
Ethyl alcohol is formed by the interaction of yeast on the sugar content of the fruit during fermentation
A chemical compound formed by the action of yeast on the sugar content of grapes during fermentation Most wines have between 7 and 25 percent alcohol, which gives wine is vinosity If wine has too much alcohol for its body weight, it is unbalanced, and will taste uncharacteristically heavy or hot The quality will be noticeable in aroma and aftertaste
Ethanol, or ethyl alcohol, formed during fermentation A component of the odor, taste, and tactile sensations of wines
A group of organic compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; a series of molecules composed of a hydrocarbon plus a hydroxyl group; includes methanol, ethanol, isopropyl alcohol and others
A general class of hydrocarbons that contain a hydroxyl group (OH) The term "alcohol" is often used interchangeably with the term "ethanol," even though there are many types of alcohol (See Butanol, Ethanol, Methanol )
About 20 grams of sugar are necessary to obtain 1° of alcohol Alcohol is the base of wine, it is also a conservation agent but its taste must not in any case dominate the wine
the legal age for the purchase and consumption of alcohol in Scotland is 18, and it is widely available in pubs, bars, supermarkets and "off licences" (liquor stores) There is no accommodation at Edinburgh University which is designated "alcohol-free" Accommodation Services does, however, encourage students who wish to consume alcohol to do so in a responsible manner
Colorless, volatile liquid obtained by distillation and fermentation of carbohydrates (grain, molasses, potatoes) Alcohol is antiseptic and cooling but is also very drying to the hair and skin; care should thus be taken not to use too much
The active ingredient in alcohol is ethyl alcohol, which is produced by yeast Working much like ether, alcohol puts the brain to sleep Alcohol functions as a depressant to the central nervous system and slows down body functions In large amounts, alcohol causes sedation, intoxication, unconsciousness, and possible death Aside from significant negative physical consequences, chronic use of alcohol can lead to physical and psychological addiction
An organic compound with one or more hydroxyl "-OH" groups
Ethyl alcohol is the component in mead that acts as a preservative and an intoxicant Most of the honey in the must will be converted to alcohol
Ethanol or ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH), the liquid produced from sugar by fermentation that can make you drunk
A synonym for ethyl alcohol or ethanol, the type found in fermented beverages
Any class of organic compounds containing the hydroxyl group, OH Specifically, the term is applied to ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH)
The natural sugar from the grape is transformed into alcohol, caused by the action of yeast, when the must is fermented
ethyl alcohol (C2H5OH) is a colourless liquid with a faint but pleasant smell The ethyl alcohol level is measured to determine the alcoholic content of a beverage Methyl alcohol is a toxic substance produced by the breakdown of pectin in the skins of the fruit A minute amount is permissible in wine as it adds to the bouquet but it must be distilled off when making a high grade spirit to render it odourless
any of a class of chemical compounds derived from hydrocarbon by replacing one or more of the hydrogen atoms with an equal number of hydroxyl radicals; a class of solvents that in addition to the hydrogen and carbon elements, also have oxygen, general formula C2H5OH
Any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group(-OH)
OH or fusel oil, etc
a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent; "alcohol (or drink) ruined him" any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation
Chemically speaking, they are hydroxides of certain organic radicals; as, the radical ethyl forms common or ethyl alcohol C2H5
Alcohol is a colourless liquid that is found in drinks such as beer, wine, and whisky. It is also used in products such as perfumes and cleaning fluids. low-alcohol beer. Any of a class of common organic compounds that contain one or more hydroxyl groups (OH) attached to one or more of the carbon atoms in a hydrocarbon chain. The number of other substituent groups (R) on that carbon atom make the alcohol a primary (RCH2OH), secondary (R2CHOH), or tertiary (R3COH) alcohol. Many alcohols occur naturally and are valuable intermediates in the synthesis of other compounds because of the characteristic chemical reactions of the hydroxyl group. Oxidation (see oxidation-reduction) of primary alcohols yields aldehydes and (if taken further) carboxylic acids; oxidation of secondary alcohols, ketones. Tertiary alcohols break down on oxidation. Alcohols generally react with carboxylic acids to produce esters. They may also be converted to ethers and olefins. Products of these numerous reactions include fats and waxes, detergents, plasticizers, emulsifiers, lubricants, emollients, and foaming agents. Ethanol (grain alcohol) and methanol (wood alcohol) are the best-known alcohols with one hydroxyl group. Glycols (e.g., ethylene glycol, or antifreeze) contain two hydroxyl groups, glycerol three, and polyols three or more. See also alcoholic beverage, alcoholism. grain alcohol ethyl alcohol wood alcohol methyl alcohol Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Bureau of fetal alcohol syndrome
Pure spirit of wine; pure or highly rectified spirit (called also ethyl alcohol); the spirituous or intoxicating element of fermented or distilled liquors, or more loosely a liquid containing it in considerable quantity
It is extracted by simple distillation from various vegetable juices and infusions of a saccharine nature, which have undergone vinous fermentation
{i} spirit, intoxicating liquid; chemical compound containing an alkyl group and a hydroxyl group
A class of compounds analogous to vinic alcohol in constitution
any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation
OH); methyl forms methyl alcohol (CH3
The fluid essence or pure spirit obtained by distillation
a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent; "alcohol (or drink) ruined him"
Drinks that can make people drunk, such as beer, wine, and whisky, can be referred to as alcohol. Do either of you smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol?
OH) or wood spirit; amyl forms amyl alcohol (C5H11
An impalpable powder
alcohol-dependent
a person suffering from the disease of alcoholism
alcohol withdrawal
(Tıp, İlaç) A constellation of clinical findings that result when a person with habitual long-term or heavy alcohol use history goes 'on the wagon' and abstains from alcohol
alcohol abuse
excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks
alcohol abuse
Improper or excessive use of alcohol
alcohol abuse
Definition: Any "harmful use" of alcohol The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders IV describes alcohol abusers as those who drink despite recurrent social, interpersonal, and legal problems as a result of alcohol use Harmful use implies alcohol use that causes either physical or mental damage
alcohol abuse
Compulsive use of alcohol that is not of a temporary nature Applies to infants addicted at birth, or who are victims of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, or who may suffer other disabilities due to the use of alcohol during pregnancy
alcohol abuse
A pattern of problem drinking that results in health consequences, social problems, or both Different from alcoholism or alcohol dependence
alcohol abuse
addiction to alcohol, compulsive drinking of alcohol
alcohol dehydrogenase
An enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of ethanol to acetaldehyde, the first step in the metabolism of alcohol by the liver
alcohol group
the chemical group -OH
alcohol thermometer
thermometer consisting of a glass capillary tube marked with degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit and containing alcohol which rises or falls as it expands or contracts with changes in temperature
allyl alcohol
an unsaturated primary alcohol present in wood spirit; use to make resins and plasticizers and pharmaceuticals
absolute alcohol
Reasonably pure ethyl alcohol that contains at most 1% of water
acetic alcohol
a mixture of 100 parts ethanol and 3 parts of glacial acetic acid used as a histological fixative
amino alcohol
Any organic compound containing both an amino and an aliphatic hydroxyl functional group
amyl alcohol
Any of the isomers of pentanol, C5H11OH; the principal constituent of fusel oil
benzyl alcohol
The aromatic alcohol phenylmethanol
butyl alcohol
Any of four isomeric aliphatic alcohols derived from butane; butanol
cetyl alcohol
The waxy aliphatic primary alcohol 1-hexadecanol, used in cosmetics etc
coniferyl alcohol
A monolignol, 4-(3-hydroxy-1-propenyl)-2-methoxyphenol, found in many plants
denatured alcohol
Reasonably pure ethyl alcohol for industrial purposes that has been made unfit for consumption by the addition of a poisonous substance such as acetone or methyl alcohol
deoxy sugar alcohol
A sugar alcohol in which one on more hydroxy groups have been replaced by hydrogen
ethyl alcohol
An older name for ethanol, a type of alcohol
fetal alcohol syndrome
Any of a spectrum of birth defects that result from excessive alcohol consumption by the mother during pregnancy
foetal alcohol syndrome
Alternative form of fetal alcohol syndrome
isoamyl alcohol
An isomer of amyl alcohol, 3-methyl-1-butanol, found in trace amounts in wine; used industrially in the preparation of isoamyl nitrite
isopropyl alcohol
The aliphatic alcohol 2-propanol that is used as a solvent and in many industrial applications
lauryl alcohol
1-dodecanol
methyl alcohol
The compound methanol
methyl alcohol
Wood alcohol
neopentyl alcohol
The aliphatic alcohol, (CH3)3C-CH2-OH, formally derived from neopentane
polyhydric alcohol
A polyol
polyvinyl alcohol
A water-soluble synthetic polymer prepared by partial or complete hydrolysis of polyvinyl acetate to remove acetate groups, having many uses, including as an adhesive and surfactant and in freshwater angling. Abbreviations: PVA, PVAL, PVOH
primary alcohol
Any alcohol of general formula R-CH2-OH
secondary alcohol
Any alcohol of general formula R2CH-OH
sulfur alcohol
a thiol or mercaptan
sulphur alcohol
Alternative spelling of sulfur alcohol
tertiary alcohol
Any alcohol of general formula R3C-OH
wood alcohol
The compound methyl alcohol or methanol
wood-alcohol
Alternative spelling of wood alcohol
Amyl alcohol
a mixture of 2 or more isomeric alcohols; used as a solvent and in organic synthesis
Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms
branch of the U.S. Treasury that is responsible for enforcing laws regarding the sale use and production of alcohol tobacco and firearms, ATF
Tobacco and Firearms Bureau of Alcohol
Agency of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Established in 1972, it enforces and administers laws covering the production, taxation, and distribution of alcohol and tobacco products, as well as laws relating to the use of firearms and explosives. It inspects plants, issues licenses, oversees tax collection on alcohol and tobacco, monitors advertising and labeling practices, and investigates violations. It also investigates the illegal use of firearms and explosives, as well as illicit trafficking in firearms, distilled spirits, and contraband cigarettes
absolute alcohol
Ethyl alcohol containing no more than one percent water
absolute alcohol
ethyl alcohol constituted by no more than one percent water
absolute alcohol
pure ethyl alcohol (containing no more than 1% water)
alcohols
plural of alcohol
amyl alcohol
Any of eight isomers of the alcohol composition COH, one of which is the principal constituent of fusel oil
amyl alcohol
(Chemistry) colorless isomeric alcohol produced by combining two alcohol from the pentanes (used as a solvent and in organic synthesis)
amyl alcohol
It is used as a source of amyl compounds, such as amyl acetate, amyl nitrite, etc
amyl alcohol
Any of eight isomeric liquid compounds, C5H11OH; ordinarily, a mixture of two of these forming a colorless liquid with a peculiar cough-exciting odor and burning taste, the chief constituent of fusel oil
anisic alcohol
anisyl alcohol, chemical substance used in manufacturing perfumes
anisyl alcohol
anisic alcohol, chemical substance used in manufacturing perfumes
blood alcohol concentration
The concentration of alcohol in the blood, expressed as the weight of alcohol in a fixed volume of blood and used as a measure of the degree of intoxication in an individual. The concentration depends on body weight, the quantity and rate of alcohol ingestion, and the rates of alcohol absorption and metabolism. Also called blood alcohol level
bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms
the law enforcement and tax collection agency of the Treasury Department that enforces federal laws concerning alcohol and tobacco products and firearms and explosives and arson
butyl alcohol
a flammable alcohol derived from butanes and used for solvents
butyl alcohol
Any of four isomeric alcohols, COH, widely used as solvents and in organic synthesis
denatured alcohol
alcohol rendered unfit for drinking by the addition of a noxious substance
denatured alcohol
ethyl alcohol that is unfit for drinking but is still useful for other purposes
driving under influence of alcohol
{i} crime of operating a car while under the influence of alcohol
driving under the influence of alcohol
driving while intoxicated
ethyl alcohol
alcohol, colorless volatile liquid used in liquors and also as a solvent
ethyl alcohol
Ethyl alcohol is the same as ethanol. the type of alcohol in alcoholic drinks (ethyl from ether + -yl )
ethyl alcohol
the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors; used pure or denatured as a solvent or in medicines and colognes and cleaning solutions and rocket fuel; proposed as a renewable clean-burning additive to gasoline
fatty alcohol
Any of various alcohols derived from plant or animal oils and fats and used in plastics and pharmaceuticals
fetal alcohol syndrome
a highly variable group of birth defects including mental retardation, deficient growth, and defects of the skull, face, and brain that tend to occur in the infants of women who consume large amounts of alcohol during pregnancy
fetal alcohol syndrome
For pregnant women who continue to drink during pregnancy, their unborn child faces a high risk of being born with a combination of physical and mental defects
fetal alcohol syndrome
a complex of birth defects including cardiac or neural abnormalities and physical and mental growth retardation, occurring in an infant as a result of excess alcohol consumption by the mother during pregnancy
fetal alcohol syndrome
a combination of birth defects caused by the mother's consumption of alcohol during pregnancy
fetal alcohol syndrome
Definition: A term used to describe a pattern of abnormalities observed in children born to alcoholic mothers or anatomic or functional abnormalities attributed to prenatal alcohol exposure
fetal alcohol syndrome
birth defects and serious lifelong mental and emotional difficulties that result from a child’s prenatal exposure to alcohol Symptoms may include learning and behavioral disorders (including attention deficits and hyperactivity), poor social judgment, and impulsive behaviors
fetal alcohol syndrome
A pattern of birth defects, cardiac abnormalities, and developmental retardation seen in some babies of alcohol abusing and/or alcoholic mothers
fetal alcohol syndrome
A condition involving low birth weight, developmental delay, and cardiac, limb, and other physical defects; caused by excessive alcohol use during pregnancy A child is diagnosed with FAS when two or more craniofacial malformations are present and growth is below the 10th percentile for height and weight One of the leading known causes of mental retardation, many children with FAS have neurological damage that contributes to cognitive and language delays
fetal alcohol syndrome
A tragic set of permanent physical and mental and behavioral birth defects that result when mothers drink alcohol during pregnancy
fetal alcohol syndrome
Fetal alcohol syndrome refers to a group of symptoms exhibited by a child resulting from the mother's consumption of alcohol during pregnancy The symptoms may include differing levels of mental retardation, low birth weight, small size, and under development of the upper lip
fetal alcohol syndrome
From your Guide to Alcoholism
fetal alcohol syndrome
causes physical and behavioral abnormalities in the fetus
fetal alcohol syndrome
a group of abnormalities in babies born to mothers who consume alcohol during pregnancy
fetal alcohol syndrome
A pattern of birth defects occurring as a result of excessive alcohol consumption by the mother during pregnancy and characterized by growth retardation, cranial, facial, or neural abnormalities, and developmental disabilities. Various congenital disorders in a newborn caused by heavy drinking of alcohol by the mother around conception or during pregnancy. The main symptoms are retarded growth, central-nervous-system abnormalities, and certain face and head abnormalities. The child may be mentally retarded. Behavioral problems (e.g., poor concentration, impulsiveness) are sometimes the only obvious symptoms. The syndrome is common in babies born to chronic alcoholics, but even moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy may cause mild symptoms. Other disorders have been linked to alcohol in breast milk
fetal alcohol syndrome
a medical condition in which body deformation or facial development or mental ability of a fetus is impaired because the mother drank alcohol while pregnant
fetal alcohol syndrome
Abnormal development of the fetus and infant caused by maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy Features of the syndrome include retarded growth, small head circumference, a flat nasal bridge, a small midface, shortened eyelids, and mental retardation
industrial alcohol
alcohol that is suitable for industrial purposes (not for drinking)
isopropyl alcohol
alcohol used as antifreeze or a solvent
lauryl alcohol
a colorless insoluble solid alcohol used to make detergents and pharmaceuticals
methyl alcohol
a poisonous alcohol that can be made from wood = methanol (methylene (19-21 centuries), from méthylène, from methy + hyle )
methylated alcohol
poisonous and flammable liquid (used in formaldehyde)
oleyl alcohol
(Chemistry) oily pale yellow alcohol derived from butyl oleate or triolein (used as a lubricant and for various industrial applications)
propyl alcohol
A clear colorless liquid, CHOH, used as a solvent and as an antiseptic. Also called propanol
pure alcohol
colorless flammable liquid used in medicines and industry
rubbing alcohol
Rubbing alcohol is a liquid which is used to clean wounds or surgical instruments. A mixture usually consisting of 70 percent isopropyl or absolute alcohol, applied externally to relieve muscle and joint pain. a type of alcohol used for cleaning wounds or skin British Equivalent: surgical spirit
rubbing alcohol
lotion consisting of a poisonous solution of isopropyl alcohol or denatured ethanol alcohol for external use
wood alcohol
methyl alcohol (Chemistry)
alcohol

    الواصلة

    al·co·hol

    التركية النطق

    älkıhäl

    النطق

    /ˈalkəˌhäl/ /ˈælkəˌhɑːl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'al-k&-"hol ] (noun.) 1672. From Middle English or Old French alcohol (modern French alcool), from الكحل (al-kuħl, “kohl”) (by broadening).the etymology is conventionally given as الكحل (al-kuħl), dating to 1672,OED and has been promulgated by such authorities as Webster's Third New International Dictionary,which traces it through Middle Latin and Old Spanish.It entered English (and other European languages) by an alchemical term, by etymological broadening thence broadening to any distillates, thence narrowing to ethanol specifically. * Bartholomew Traheron in his 1543 translation of John of Vigo introduces the word as a term used by "barbarous" (Moorish) authors for "fine powder":the barbarous auctours use alcohol, or (as I fynde it sometymes wryten) alcofoll, for moost fine poudre. * William Johnson in his 1657 Lexicon Chymicum glosses the word as antimonium sive stibium. By extension, the word came to refer to any fluid obtained by distillation, including "alcohol of wine", the distilled essence of wine. * Libavius in Alchymia (1594) has vini alcohol vel vinum alcalisatum. * Johnson (1657) glosses alcohol vini as quando omnis superfluitas vini a vino separatur, ita ut accensum ardeat donec totum consumatur, nihilque fæcum aut phlegmatis in fundo remaneat. The word's meaning became restricted to "spirit of wine" (ethanol) in the 18th century, and was again extended to the family of substances so called in modern chemistry from 1850. According to Rachel Hajar,the classical Arabic term for alcohol is الغول (al-ġūl) or غول (ġūl), as used in Qur’an verse 37:47 (Arabic), there written غَوْلٌ and transmitted by mis-pronunciation.

    كلمة اليوم

    arcadia
المفضلات