anhydrous

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Englisch - Türkisch
susuz
anhidroz
(sıfat) susuz
(Tıp) Susuz, suyu bitmiş
withered
{s} solmuş

Bahçedeki bütün çiçekler solmuş. - All the flowers in the garden withered.

Çiçekler sararıp solmuştu. - The flowers withered up.

anhydrous lime
(Mimarlık) lime
withered
{s} bozulmuş
withered
solmak
withered
kurumuş
withered
{f} sol

Çiçeklerin hepsi soldu. - The flowers have all withered.

Bahçedeki çiçekler soldu. - The flowers in his garden have withered.

withered
sol(mak)
withered
sol
withered
{s} pörsük
withered
{s} kalmamış
Englisch - Englisch
withered
A descriptive term meaning without water
Containing no water, usually from being Calcined by heat e g Quicklime
(4) To Lose water or moisture; become dry
A product that has had all of the water removed
Without water, especially water of crystallization; not hydrated (Dehydrated) ADVANCE\x 540
Literally, without water; applied to minerals which do not contain water of crystallization or water of chemical combination
not in the presence of water
a term meaning without water
without water; especially without water of crystallization
Literally, "without water" Refers to minerals or other materials which do not have water as an primary constituent
Refers to compounds having no water in their composition
(adjective) Lacking water; water has been removed Also called "dry"
Without water Sodium silicate SS powders are ground glass and contain no water
devoid of water (092)
No water Substance in which no water molecules are present as hydrate or as water crystallization
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Devoid of water
The same as dry matter What is left after the water is taken out
Free from water
A substance that does not contain water The opposite of hydrous
Free of water
Refers to a substance that does not contain water Lanolin is typically purchased in an anhydrous form
Free of water, especially of crystallization
A dry chemical that contains little or no water in its crystal structure Less stable and more dangerous to use than hydrated See also Hydrated
Literally, without water Used, for example, to differentiate between liquid (anhydrous) ammonia at temperatures below its boiling point (-33oC) and solutions of ammonia dissolved in water
having no water of crystallization
{s} lacking water
Destitute of water; as, anhydrous salts or acids
having little or no water
anh
anhydrous

    Silbentrennung

    an·hy·drous

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ -dr&s ] (adjective.) 1819. Greek anydros, from a- + hydOr water; more at WATER.

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