poison

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Englisch - Türkisch
zehirlemek

Tom'u zehirlemek için birçok girişim vardı. - There have been many attempts to poison Tom.

zehir

Zehirli bitkilerden uzak durmalıyız. - We should keep away from the poisonous plants.

Bazı yılanlar zehirlidir. - Some snakes are poisonous.

{i} zehir,zehir
{i} aşı
ağu
otalamak
(Tıp) zehlr
(Tıp) venin
{f} zehirle

Tom'un Mary'yi zehirlediğinden şüphe yok. - There's no doubt that Tom poisoned Mary.

O yediği kirpi balığından zehirlendi. - He was poisoned by the globefish he ate.

içki

Tom, Mary'nin içkisine zehir koydu. - Tom put poison in Mary's drink.

Sami zehirli kapsülleri Leyla'nın içkisine boşalttı. - Sami emptied the poisonous capsules into Layla's drink.

olumsuz yönde etkilemek
{i} ağı
büyük baldıran
bozmak
poisonAmerika
{f} zehir vermek
{f} zehir katmak
Conium maculatum
içine zehir katmak
ya mahsus ve dokununca vücudu zehirleyen bir çeşit
sem
ifsat etmek
zehir içirmek
poison gas zehirli poison hemlock
(Tıp) poison
ağılamak
poisonous
{s} zehirli

Bazı yılanlar zehirlidir. - Some snakes are poisonous.

Zehirli bitkilerden uzak durmalıyız. - We should keep away from the poisonous plants.

poison hemlock
baldıran
poison hemlock
ağıotu
poison ivy
bir tür zehirli sumak
poison oak
bir tür zehirli sumak
poison sumac
bir tür zehirli sumak
poison fang
zehirli diş
poison gas
zehirli gaz
poison hemlock
lekeli baldıran
poison pill
zehir hapı
poison-pen
kötü niyetle yazılan
poison ash
zehir kül
poison ivy
(Tıp) sumak
poison nut
zehir somun
poison pen letter
İmzasız mektup (kötü niyetli), kara çalmak için yazılan mektup
poison pills
zehir hapları
poison sumac
zehir sumak
poison control centers
(Çevre,Tıp) zehir kontrol merkezleri
poison fang
zehir dişi
poison fishing
(Denizbilim) zehir balıkçılığı
poison fishing
(Denizbilim) ağı balıkçılığı
poison gland
(Arılık) zehir bezi
poison hemlock
bot. baldıran, ağıotu
poison ivy
bot. bir tür zehirli sumak
poison oak
bot. bir tür zehirli sumak
poison pen letter
kara çalmak için yazılan mektup
poison pen letter
imzasız mektup (kötü niyetli)
poison pills
(Ticaret) zehir hapı
poison sac
(Arılık) zehir kesesi
poison sumac
bot. bir tür zehirli sumak
poison's number
puvason sayısı
poison's ratio
puvason oranı
poisonous
{s} fesat
poisoned
ağılanmak
poisoned
zehirlenmek

Zehirlenmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to be poisoned.

poisoning
zehirli

Sami, Leyla'yı zehirliyordu. - Sami was poisoning Layla.

poisoning
yavru
poisoning
zehirleyerek

Sami, Leyla'yı onu antifrizle zehirleyerek öldürdü. - Sami killed Layla by poisoning her with antifreeze.

poisonous
ağulu
poisons
(Tıp) zehirler

Uygun şekilde kullanılırsa, belirli zehirler yararlı olacaktır. - Properly used, certain poisons will prove beneficial.

hate like poison
günahı kadar sevmemek
hemlock poison
baldıran zehiri
poisoning
zehirlenme

Hiç gıda zehirlenmesi geçirdin mi? - Have you ever gotten food poisoning?

Hiç gıda zehirlenmesi geçirdiniz mi? - Have you ever had food poisoning?

poisonous
{s} kötü niyetli
poisonous
kötü

Binlerce insan Bhopal Gaz Trajedisi'nde hayatlarını kaybetti ve bugün bile yüzlerce, hatta binlerce insan hâlâ zehirli gazın kötü etkilerinden muzdariptir. - Thousands of people lost their lives in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, and even today hundreds of thousands of people still suffer from the ill-effects of the poisonous gas.

poisonous
berbat
poisonous
iğrenç
bee poison
arı zehiri
bitterness, poison
acı, zehir
hate sb like poison
günahı kadar sevmemek
poisonous
(Tıp) Zehirli, toksik
sweet poison
tatlı zehir
blood and nerve poison
(Askeri) KAN VE SİNİR GAZI: Teneffüs cihazı, sindirim yolları ve gözenekler vasıtasıyle, vücuda girerek nefes almayı ve diğer bedeni faaliyetleri güçleştiren harp gazı
burnable poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) tüketilebilen zehir,yanabilen zehir,yanabilir zehir, tükenebilir reaktör zehiri, nötron yutucu
control poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) kontrol zehri
fized poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) katı zehir
fluid poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) akışkan zehir
fluid poison control
(Nükleer Bilimler) akışkan zehirle kontrol
homogeneous poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) homojen zehir
lace one's drink with poison
içkisine zehir katmak
neutron poison
(Çevre) nötron zehri
nuclear poison
(Nükleer Bilimler) nükleer zehir
poisoner
kötü fikirler aşılayan kimse
poisoner
{i} zehirleyen kimse
poisoner
{i} zehirleyici

Kötü bir aşçı ve bir zehirleyici arasındaki tek fark niyettir. - The only difference between a bad cook and a poisoner is the intent.

poisoning
{i} zehirleme
poisoning
{f} zehirle: prep.zehirleyerek,zehirlenme
poisoning
(isim) zehirleme
poisonous
poisonously zehir tesiriyle
poisonous
zehirli olarak
poisonously
zehirli bir şekilde
put down poison
(tarlaya vb) zehir serpmek
sting poison
(Arılık) arı zehiri
systemic poison
(Askeri) kan ve sinir zehri
systemic poison
(Askeri) KAN VE SİNİR ZEHRİ: Bak. "Blood and nerve poison"
what's your poison
(isim) içersin
what's your poison
ne içersin
Englisch - Englisch
A substance that is harmful or lethal to a living organism

We used a poison to kill the weeds.

Something that harms a person or thing

Gossip is a malicious poison.

A drink; liquor
To cause someone to hate or to have unfair negative opinions

She's poisoned him against all his old friends.

To pollute; to cause some part of the environment to become poisonous

That factory is poisoning the river.

To cause something to become much worse

He poisoned the mood in the room with his non-stop criticism.

To use poison to kill or paralyse somebody

The assassin poisoned the king.

{n} venom, what destroys or injures life
{v} to infect with poison, to corrupt
To put poison upon or into; to infect with poison; as, to poison an arrow; to poison food or drink
In a nuclear reactor, those atoms (of such elements as boron) other than fuel that have large capture cross section for thermal neutrons In capturing thermal neutrons unproductively, these atoms decrease the number available to cause fission
a deadly chemical
Something that poisons a good situation or relationship spoils it or destroys it. The whole atmosphere has really been poisoned. ill-feeling that will poison further talk of a common foreign policy. Any substance (natural or synthetic) that, at a certain dosage, damages living tissues and injures or kills. Poisons spontaneously produced by living organisms are often called toxins, venoms if produced by animals. Poisons may be ingested, inhaled, injected, or absorbed through the skin. They do not always have an all-or-none effect; degrees of poisoning may occur, and at a given dose some substances are far more toxic than others (e.g., a pinch of potassium cyanide can kill, whereas a single dose of ordinary table salt must be massive to kill). Poisoning may be acute (a single dose does significant damage) or chronic (repeated or continuous doses produce an eventual effect, as with chemical carcinogens). The effects produced by poisons may be local (hives, blisters, inflammation) or systemic (hemorrhage, convulsions, vomiting, diarrhea, clouding of the senses, paralysis, respiratory or cardiac arrest). Agricultural pesticides are often poisonous to humans. Some industrial chemicals can be very toxic or carcinogenic. Most therapeutic drugs and health-care products can be poisons if taken inappropriately or in excess. Most forms of radiation can be toxic (see radiation injury). See also antidote; arsenic poisoning; fish poisoning; food poisoning; lead poisoning; medicinal poisoning; mercury poisoning; mushroom poisoning. poison hemlock poison ivy poison oak poison sumac poison elder blood poisoning arsenic poisoning drug poisoning medicinal poisoning fish poisoning food poisoning lead poisoning mercury poisoning mushroom poisoning toadstool poisoning
A substance, which upon contact or being introduced into an organism, impairs or prevents normal metabolic processes from taking place, thus altering the normal functioning of organs or tissues
1 Any plant, element, or substance ingested to enhance or diminish physiological, cognitive, and/or sensory functions 2 Any plant, element, or substance ingested with intent to radically alter the constitution of the flesh
Poison is a substance that harms or kills people or animals if they swallow it or absorb it. Poison from the weaver fish causes paralysis, swelling, and nausea Mercury is a known poison
a toxic substance
To act as, or convey, a poison
anything that harms or destroys; "the poison of fascism"
spoil as if by poison; "poison someone's mind"; "poison the atmosphere in the office"
{i} toxin; venom
{f} kill or injure with toxin, give poison; have bad or damaging influence on; corrupt
substance which is harmful to living tissue when applied in small doses Determining factors include concentration, exposure time, particle size, the substance's affinity for tissue, and sensitivity of the exposed tissue to that compound
A substance that can reduce a nuclear reaction by absorbing neutrons, thereby preventing more fissions If enough poisons are present in a reactor core, the chain reaction will die out
kill by its poison; "This mushrooms can kill"
any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism administer poison to; "She poisoned her husband but he did not die"
To taint; to corrupt; to vitiate; as, vice poisons happiness; slander poisoned his mind
any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism
anything that harms or destroys; "the poison of fascism" any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism administer poison to; "She poisoned her husband but he did not die" add poison to; "Her husband poisoned her drink in order to kill her" kill with poison; "She poisoned her husband" kill by its poison; "This mushrooms can kill" spoil as if by poison; "poison someone's mind"; "poison the atmosphere in the office
A chemical with an oral LD50 of 50 mg/kg or less
To poison water, air, or land means to damage it with harmful substances such as chemicals. The land has been completely poisoned by chemicals. dying forests, poisoned rivers and lakes
Any substance that is injurious to health and may lead to death when relatively small amounts are taken either internally or externally
a chemical that adversely affects health by causing injury, illness, or death
Any molecule or material that tends to collect on a catalyst surface, blocking access to active sites or destroying their activities
If someone poisons another person, they kill the person or make them ill by giving them poison. The rumours that she had poisoned him could never be proved. + poisoning poi·son·ing She was sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment for poisoning and attempted murder
administer poison to; "She poisoned her husband but he did not die"
Term applied to loss of grain refining induced by certain elements, particularly Zr on TiBAl
add poison to; "Her husband poisoned her drink in order to kill her"
the ability of a chemical, such that very small amounts are able to produce injury to susceptible tissues by a chemical action
kill with poison; "She poisoned her husband"
If you are poisoned by a substance, it makes you very ill and sometimes kills you. Employees were taken to hospital yesterday after being poisoned by fumes Toxic waste could endanger lives and poison fish. + poisoning poi·son·ing His illness was initially diagnosed as food poisoning
(1) any substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means; (2) a substance that inhibits or retards a chemical reaction
That which taints or destroys moral purity or health; as, the poison of evil example; the poison of sin
Any agent which, when introduced into the animal organism, is capable of producing a morbid, noxious, or deadly effect upon it; as, morphine is a deadly poison; the poison of pestilential diseases
If someone poisons a food, drink, or weapon, they add poison to it so that it can be used to kill someone. If I was your wife I would poison your coffee. + poisoned poi·soned He was terrified to eat, suspecting that the food was poisoned. an umbrella tipped with a poisoned dart
spoil as if by poison; "poison someone's mind"; "poison the atmosphere in the office
A substance which currently pervades the air, the water, the sea and the soul
Any substance which is harmful to living tissue when applied in small doses Determining factors include concentration, exposure time, particle size, the substance's affinity for tissue and sensitivity of the exposed tissue to that compound
substance capable of interfering with metabolic processes of a cell or part of a cell, of a tissue, organ or organism
To injure or kill by poison; to administer poison to
{n} venom

Some snakes are venomous. - Some snakes are poisonous.

bane
intoxicant
{i} toxicant
toxin
poison dart frog
A common name for members of Dendrobatidae family of poisonous frogs
poison dart frogs
plural form of poison dart frog
poison gland
Any specialized gland in some fishes and amphibians that secretes a mucus-like substance containing venomous or acrid material
poison glands
plural form of poison gland
poison ivy
A woody vine plant in the family Anacardiaceae well-known for its ability to produce urushiol, a skin irritant that causes an itching rash for most people
poison pen
A manner, means, or tone of expression had by a written work, characterized by spitefulness, defamation, and/or intimidation directed toward a person, organization, or point of view

The centrepiece of her work was a weekly column that could brim with venom . . . . Cherie Blair, Geri Halliwell, Sarah Ferguson, Victoria Beckham and Princess Diana all found themselves the subjects of Lee-Potter's poison pen.

poison pen
Of, pertaining to, or possessing such a manner of expression

He's been harsh, too, reacting with the swift kick of a poison-pen reviewer when he doesn't like what he sees on his stage.

poison pen letter
Alternative form of poison-pen letter
poison pens
plural form of poison pen
poison pill
Any strategy designed to produce negative results for an entity carrying out a takeover
poison sumac
A woody shrub or small tree, all parts of which cause irritation to humans; Rhus vernix or Toxicodendron vernix
poison sumacs
plural form of poison sumac
poison tree bears poison fruit
Unethical actions in the service of good intentions will have immoral or unethical consequences
poison-ivy
A woody vine plant in the family Anacardiaceae well-known for its ability to produce urushiol, a skin irritant that causes an itching rash for most people
poison-pen letter
A missive which is malicious, insulting, and/or defamatory toward a person, organization, or point of view, especially one which is unsigned

A retired academic was the author of a poison-pen letter campaign that brought 12 years of fear to a North Yorkshire village, a court was told yesterday. Dr James Forster . . . was alleged to have branded one villager a prostitute and sent the 13-year-old daughter of the parish clerk a copy of a pornographic magazine.

poison-pen letters
plural form of poison-pen letter
poison ash
smooth American swamp shrub with pinnate leaves and greenish flowers followed by greenish white berries; yields an irritating oil
poison bush
The plant Myoporum deserti, often distinguished as Ellangowan poison bush or dogwood poison bush
poison bush
any of various Australian evergreen shrubs of the genus Gastrolobium having whorled compound leaves poisonous to livestock and showy yellow to deep reddish-orange flowers followed by two-seeded pods
poison bush
The ulmaceous plant Trema cannabina, which, though not poisonous, is injurious to stock because of its large amount of fiber
poison bush
Any fabaceous shrub of the genus Gastrolobium, the herbage of which is poisonous to stock; also, any species of several related genera, as Oxylobium, Gompholobium, etc
poison camas
a common perennial death camas; Tennessee to Kansas to Texas
poison cup
A cup that was supposed to break on having poison put into it
poison cup
portion of trouble and misfortune
poison cup
A cup containing poison
poison gas
toxic gas which can kill or cause harm
poison gas
a gas that is poisonous to breath or contact; used in chemical warfare
poison gas
Poison gas is a gas that is poisonous and is usually used to kill people in war or to execute criminals. A gas or vapor used especially in chemical warfare to injure, disable, or kill upon inhalation or contact. gas that causes death or serious injury, used especially against an enemy in a war
poison hemlock
A deadly poisonous European plant (Conium maculatum) widely naturalized in North America, having bipinnately compound leaves and compound umbels of small white flowers. Any of several poisonous herbaceous plants of the parsley family, especially Conium maculatum, believed to be the plant that killed Socrates. It is now common in the U.S. as well as in Europe. A tall biennial, this plant has green stems spotted with red or purple, large compound leaves, and white flowers. Though the poison is concentrated in the seeds, the entire plant is dangerous to livestock when fresh. Despite their common name, poison hemlocks are not conifers (see hemlock). Water hemlocks (Cicuta species) are similar and also dangerous
poison hemlock
hemlock: large branching biennial herb native to Eurasia and Africa and adventive in North America having large fernlike leaves and white flowers; usually found in damp habitats; all parts extremely poisonous
poison ivy
climbing plant found in North America (contains an irritating oil which often results in a rash when touched)
poison ivy
The 3-6-10
poison ivy
Poison ivy is a wild plant that grows in North America and that causes a rash or skin problems if you touch it. a North American plant that has an oily substance on its leaves that makes your skin hurt and itch if you touch it. Either of two North American species of white-fruited woody vines or shrubs of the sumac, or cashew, family. The species found in eastern North America (Toxicodendron radicans) is abundant; a western species, known as poison oak, is less common. Both species are sometimes classified as genus Rhus. A key identifier is leaves with three mitten-shaped leaflets. Contact with urushiol, an oil produced by the plant, can cause severe inflammation and blistering of human skin. Urushiol may be carried from the plant on clothing, shoes, tools, or soil; by animals; or by smoke from burning plants. Because urushiol is nonvolatile, a reaction may result from wearing clothing a year or more after its contact with the plant
poison ivy
The 3-6-10 split
poison ivy
climbing plant common in eastern and central United States with ternate leaves and greenish flowers followed by white berries; yields an irritating oil that causes a rash on contact dermatitis resulting from contact with the poison ivy plant; "my poison ivy is drying up
poison ivy
dermatitis resulting from contact with the poison ivy plant; "my poison ivy is drying up"
poison milkweed
milkweed of southwestern United States and Mexico; poisonous to livestock
poison nerve gas
poisonous chemical gas used in battle to paralyze the respiratory and central nervous system
poison oak
dermatitis resulting from contact with a poison oak plant
poison oak
climbing plant common in eastern and central United States with ternate leaves and greenish flowers followed by white berries; yields an irritating oil that causes a rash on contact
poison oak
a North American plant with leaves similar to an oak tree's, that makes your skin hurt and itch if you touch it. Species of poison ivy (Toxicodendron diversilobum) native to western North America and classified in the sumac (or cashew) family. Like many other lobe-leafed plants commonly called oak, poison oak is not an oak tree (genus Quercus)
poison pill
the target company defends itself by making its stock less attractive to an acquirer
poison pill
an anti-takeover device, a hasty acquisition that makes the company unappealing
poison pill
A takeover defense tactic designed to make a hostile takeover prohibitively expensive For instance, a firm may issue a new series of preferred stock that gives shareholders the right to redeem shares at a premium price after a takeover Or a poison pill can allow all existing shareholders of the target company except the acquirers to buy additional shares at a bargain price Such measures raise the cost of acquisition and cause dilution, hopefully deterring a takeover bid BACK TO TOP
poison pill
An action which will seriously hurt a company if it is acquired by another
poison pill
A right issued by a corporation as a preventative antitakeover measure It allows rightholders to purchase shares in either their company or in the combined target and bidder entity at a substantial discount, usually 50% This discount may make the takeover prohibitively expensive
poison pill
A tactic by a company targeted for takeover to make is stock less appealing to the acquiring company in the hope of blocking the takeover For example, the company might issue preferred stock that gives shareholders the right to redeem their shares at a premium after the takeover
poison pill
A poison pill refers to what some companies do to reduce their value in order to prevent themselves being taken over by another company. A plan or tactic intended to make a hostile corporate takeover prohibitively expensive, as one in which a company's stockholders are offered shares of stock at a bargain price in the event that a single suitor acquires a high percentage of the stock. something in a company's financial or legal structure that is intended to make it difficult for another company to take control of it
poison pill
One of the techniques used to fend off a hostile bid or unwanted takeover, which includes a large financial penalty that is written into the company’s articles and is activated by an unwelcome takeover
poison pill
a defense against a raider: taking action which makes the company less attractive
poison pill
a provision designed to damage the interests of a takeover bidder, e g handsome severance terms for departing managers, which is activated on completion of the bid
poison pill
A corporate provision to combat hostile takeovers When triggered, the poison pill allows shareholders to acquire additional shares at below market price, thereby increasing the number of shares outstanding and making the takeover prohibitively expensive Such plans are relatively new in corporate Canada and are the subject of some controversy regarding whom they are designed to protect
poison pill
A condition or stipulation set up by the target company that forces the cost of a hostile acquisition to increase dramatically The aim is to make it too expensive for the raider to acquire the firm
poison pill
Any tactic by a company designed to avoid a hostile takeover by making the company less attractive Portfolio - A collection of financial assets belonging to an individual or organization Possible reserves - Valuable mineralization not sampled enough to accurately estimate its tonnage and grade, or even verify its existence Also called "inferred reserves " Preferred stock - Shares of a limited liability company that rank ahead of common shares, but after bonds, in distribution of earnings or in claim to the company's assets in the event of liquidation They pay a fixed dividend but normally do not have voting rights, as with common shares
poison pill
A Poison Pill is generally a right (e g the right to buy more shares) given to shareholders of a company so that if their company is the subject of a takeover attempt, those attempting the take-over may be faced with having to deal with such rights, making it more attractive to the shareholders and more onerous for the buyers Poison Pills are often used when one company tries to buy another in a hostile takeover attempt -i e one which is not welcomed by the company
poison pill
Financial device designed to make unfriendly takeover attempts unappealing, if not impossible For instance, a firm might issue a new series of preferred stock that gives shareholders the right to redeem it at a premium price after a takeover, a measure which would likely raise the cost of an acquisition and cause dilution
poison pill tactics
(Economics) tactic used by company owners against potential hostile controllers (such as giving the right to loans or preferred stock to current shareholders)
poison shrub
shrub that can be harmful if touched or eaten
poison sumac
also called poison elder Attractive, narrow shrub or small tree (Rhus vernix or Toxicodendron vernix) of the sumac, or cashew, family. It is native to swampy acidic soils of eastern North America. Unlike the upright reddish, fuzzy fruit clusters of other sumacs, whitish waxy berries droop loosely from its stalks. The clear sap, which blackens on exposure to air, is extremely irritating to the skin for many people
poison sumac
dermatitis resulting from contact with a poison sumac plant
poison-pen letter
A poison-pen letter is an unpleasant unsigned letter which is sent in order to upset someone or to cause trouble. a letter that is not signed and that says bad things about the person it has been sent to
Circean poison
A draught of any kind that is magically and fatally infatuating, such as applause. The expression is named after Circe, from Greek mythology and particularly from her actions in the The Odyssey, when she tempted men to excess before turning them into pigs

So soon the worm that dies not is also upon him—in its fang Circean poison to make the victim one with his plague.

poisoned
Such that its capture will lessen the capturing player's chance of winning
poisoned
Simple past tense and past participle of poison
poisoning
The state of being poisoned
poisonous
Containing sufficient poison to be dangerous
poisonous
Inedible due to containing poison; poisonous to eat
poisonously
in a poisonous manner
poisonously
using poison
what's yer poison
Eye dialect spelling of what's your poison
what's your poison
What do you want to drink?
poisoner
{n} one who posions, one who corrupts
poisonous
{a} venomous, destructive, deadly
poisonously
{a} with a poisonous quality, badly
A poison
toxic
A poison
toxin
Poisoned
venenate
Poisoner
empoisoner
Poisoning
intoxication
Poisonous
venenose
Poisonous
poisonsome
Poisonous
toxic
bushman's poison
evergreen shrub or tree of South Africa
deadly poison
lethal poison, substance which is very likely to cause death
eastern poison oak
poisonous shrub of southeastern United States causing a rash on contact
fly poison
all parts of plant are highly toxic; bulb pounded and used as a fly poison; sometimes placed in subfamily Melanthiaceae
gas poison
noxious gas, harmful gas
one man's meat is another man's poison
what is good for one person is not good for another
poisoned
past of poison
poisoned
Containing poison
poisoned
Killed, paralysed, or harmed by receiving a dose of poison
poisoned
{s} contaminated with a toxin, tainted with a poison
poisoner
One who poisons
poisoner
{i} one who administers a toxin
poisoner
A person who poisons something or someone
poisoner
A poisoner is someone who has killed or harmed another person by using poison. Soon they were dead, victims of a mysterious poisoner
poisoner
someone who kills with poison
poisoning
Poisoning of atmosphere or water courses due to industrial sources (in EM-DAT referred to as « Ind: Poisoning » and forms a disaster subset of disaster type « industrial accident »)
poisoning
present participle of poison
poisoning
The administration of a poison
poisoning
the act of giving poison to a person or animal with the intent to kill
poisoning
{i} act of injuring or killing with a toxin; state of being contaminated with a toxin
poisoning
Examples: Poisoning by lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, or other metals; poisoning by carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, or other gases; poisoning by benzol, carbon tetrachloride, or other organic solvents; poisoning by insecticide sprays such as parathion and lead arsenate; poisoning by other chemicals such as formaldehyde, plastics, and resins
poisoning
Used in the slab cache for debugging purposes Slabs are filled with a special value after they have been freed in order to catch double frees
poisoning
Retardation of the rate of one catalyzed reaction by a catalyst poison
poisoning
the act of giving poison to a person or animal with the intent to kill the physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substance
poisoning
{i} toxication
poisoning
the physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substance
poisonous
marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful; "a malevolent lie"; "poisonous hate
poisonous
{s} venomous; toxic, containing a toxin; malicious, bad, evil (Slang)
poisonous
having the qualities or effects of a poison
poisonous
in his eyes"- Ernest Hemingway; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip" not safe to eat having the qualities or effects of a poison
poisonous
not safe to eat having the qualities or effects of a poison
poisonous
An animal that is poisonous produces a poison that will kill you or make you ill if the animal bites you. There are hundreds of poisonous spiders and snakes
poisonous
in his eyes"- Ernest Hemingway; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip"
poisonous
If you describe something as poisonous, you mean that it is extremely unpleasant and likely to spoil or destroy a good relationship or situation. poisonous comments
poisonous
marked by deep ill will; deliberately harmful; "a malevolent lie"; "poisonous hate in his eyes"- Ernest Hemingway; "venomous criticism"; "vicious gossip"
poisonous
Having the qualities or effects of poison; venomous; baneful; corrupting; noxious
poisonous
Something that is poisonous will kill you or make you ill if you swallow or absorb it. a large cloud of poisonous gas
poisonous
not safe to eat
poisonous
mephitic
poisonously
venomously, with venom; in a toxic manner, with a toxin
poisonously
in a very malevolent manner
poisonously
toxically
poisons
Materials which cause harm to living organisms either through inhalation, absorption, injection, or skin contact
poisons
third-person singular of poison
poisons
toxins
poisons
Chemical agents that can, in very small amounts, cause cell injury "
poisons
- toxicants that cause immediate death or illness when experienced in very small amounts
poisons
Gas detecting sensors can be quickly destroyed (or poisoned) by certain materials Even low concentrations of poisoning substances can cause serious problems The two most common phenomena are coating and etching of catalytic beads
poisons
plural of poison
rat poison
material which is specially created so as to kill rats and other rodents
south american poison toad
a South American toad
western poison oak
poisonous shrub of the Pacific coast of North America that causes a rash on contact
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(Tıp) poison
poisoning
(Tıp) poisoining
poison
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