soda

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Englisch - Englisch
Carbonated water (originally made with sodium bicarbonate)
Sodium carbonate
A glass, bottle or can of this drink
Any carbonated (usually sweet) soft drink
Sodium in chemical combination
{n} mineral fixed alkali, the basis of common salt
Popularly, sodium carbonate or bicarbonate
Soda is the same as soda water
Sodium carbonate Soda (or alternatively potash) is commonly used as the alkali ingredient of glass It serves as a flux to reduce the fusion point of the silica when the batch is melted
a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
Jewellery trade colloquialism for solder
Sodium oxide or hydroxide
Sodium carbonate Soda (or alternatively potash) is used as the alkali ingredient of glass It serves as a flux to reduce the fusion point of the silica in making glass Soda glass is relatively light, and on heating, it remains plastic and workable over a wide range of temperatures It lends itself, therefore, to elaborate manipulative techniques
Soda is a sweet fizzy drink. a glass of diet soda. A soda is a bottle of soda. They had liquor for the adults and sodas for the children. see also bicarbonate of soda, caustic soda. bicarbonate of soda baking soda caustic soda ammonia soda process
Sodium carbonate, an option for the alkali ingredient in glass, alternative to potash Serves as a flux to reduce the fusion point of silica used in making glass Used in the making of soda glass
{i} soda water, carbonated water; sweet carbonated beverage; drink made with soda water combined with syrup and ice cream; any of a number of sodium compounds; sodium
a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper
soda ash
industrial-grade sodium carbonate
soda biscuit
a biscuit (cookie), having a breadlike consistency, leavened with soda and buttermilk
soda bread
Bread made using sour milk and baking soda as a rising agent, rather than yeast; common in Ireland
soda cellulose
a product obtained by reacting plant fibres with caustic soda; it is used in the production of viscose fibres
soda counter
the counter of a soda fountain
soda cracker
A saltine; a soda biscuit
soda fountain
an apparatus for dispensing soda water
soda fountain
a counter, in a shop, at which sodas, ice-creams etc are prepared and served
soda fountains
plural form of soda fountain
soda glass
glass manufactured using soda ash
soda glass
the glass in which drinks are served in a soda fountain
soda jerk
A person who works at a soda fountain
soda jerker
A soda jerk

Dear kindly social worker / They say go earn a buck / Like be a soda jerker / Which means like be a schmuck. Gee, Officer Krupke in the stage version of West Side Story (1961).

soda jerks
plural form of soda jerk
soda lake
A lake, fed by alkaline springs, that has no outlet
soda lye
sodium hydroxide
soda machine
A vending machine that dispenses soft drinks
soda niter
sodium nitrate
soda nitre
sodium nitrate
soda paper
white paper, made using soda pulp
soda pop
Any of several sweetened, carbonated beverages

On the east and west coasts, soda pop is abbreviated to soda, such as May I have a soda?.

soda prairie
Any of several barren tracts of level ground, in the southwestern United States, covered with a layer of natron
soda process
any of several industrial processes that either use or manufacture sodium hydroxide, but especially a method of making paper from wood pulp
soda pulp
a pulp made by reacting wood with sodium hydroxide; used to prepare white paper
soda siphon
A stout glass bottle containing soda water under pressure, at one time found in bars. A lever operated valve at the top is used to dispense the liquid
soda waste
the alkaline waste material that is a byproduct of the Leblanc process
soda water
Water that has carbon dioxide dissolved in it and has been stored under pressure in a bottle. Usually mixed before drinking with another beverage

Scotch and soda – a mixture of Scotch whisky and soda water.

soda-acid
Used attributively to describe a fire extinguisher that generates a stream of water powered by carbon dioxide generated by reacting sulfuric acid with sodium bicarbonate
soda-lime glass
glass made from silica and a mixture of soda and lime
soda lime
A mixture of calcium oxide and sodium or potassium hydroxide, used as a drying agent and carbon dioxide absorbent
soda ash
Sodium Carbonate Use as an alkali fixative for reactive dyes Generally replaced by PRO Dye Activator
soda ash
a common water treating chemical, sodium carbonate
soda ash
sodium carbonate The chemical used to raise the pH of water Neutralizes acid Not the same chemical as sodium bicarbonate or baking soda
soda ash
The common name for sodium carbonate, a chemical compound used as an alkaline builder in come soap and detergent formulations; to neutralize acid water,; and in the lime-soda ash water treatment process
soda ash
Sodium Carbonate Added to water to increase pH
soda ash
Chemical used to raise pH and total alkalinity (sodium carbonate)
soda ash
A chemical, Sodium Carbonate, that raises pH
soda ash
Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), an alkaline compound
soda ash
The common name for sodium carbonate, a chemical compound used as an alkaline builder in some soap and detergent formulations, to neutralize acid water, and in the lime-soda ash water treatment process
soda ash
Sodium Carbonate used to raise the pH of water
soda ash
(Sodium Carbonate) - A chemical used to raise pH in pool and spa water
soda ash
Sodium carbonate in powdery white form, used especially as an industrial chemical
soda ash
a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper
soda ash
(Sodium Carbonate) - A chemical used to raise total alkalinity in pool and spa water with only a slight affect on the pH
soda ash
raises the water's pH
soda biscuit
{i} biscuit made with baking soda and buttermilk
soda bread
A quick bread leavened with baking soda and buttermilk or sour milk
soda can
a can for holding soft drinks
soda cracker
A soda cracker is a thin, square, salty biscuit. A thin, usually square cracker leavened slightly with baking soda. Also called soda biscuit
soda cracker
unsweetened cracker leavened slightly with soda and cream of tartar
soda fountain
an apparatus for dispensing soda water a counter where ice cream and sodas and sundaes are prepared and served
soda fountain
a counter where ice cream and sodas and sundaes are prepared and served
soda fountain
A soda fountain is a counter in a drugstore or café, where snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are prepared and sold. a place in a shop at which drinks, ice cream etc were served in the past
soda fountain
kiosk which sells soft drinks
soda jerk
someone who works at a soda fountain
soda jerk
One who works at a soda fountain
soda jerk
{i} person who serves beverages at a soda fountain (kiosk which sells soft drinks)
soda lime
a mixture of sodium and calcium hydroxides; absorbs liquids and gases
soda pop
Soda pop is a sweet fizzy drink. = soda A soda pop is a bottle or a glass of soda pop. a sweet drink containing bubbles
soda pop
carbonated beverage, soda water
soda pop
a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
soda siphon
A soda siphon is a special bottle for putting soda water in a drink
soda water
water charged under pressure with carbon-dioxide gas
soda water
a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
soda water
effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide
soda water
Soda water is fizzy water used for mixing with alcoholic drinks and fruit juice. = soda. water that contains bubbles and is often added to alcoholic drinks
baking soda
Common name for sodium bicarbonate
bicarb soda
Another name for sodium bicarbonate
bicarbonate of soda
sodium bicarbonate
bread soda
Sodium bicarbonate, bicarb soda
caustic soda
Common name for sodium hydroxide (NaOH), a strong alkaline substance used in the manufacture of paint and detergents, or as a drain cleaner
club soda
soda water or seltzer
cream soda
soda water flavoured with vanilla etc
hydrosulfite of soda
sodium dithionite
hydrosulphite of soda
sodium dithionite
ice cream soda
A beverage made by adding ice cream to a soft drink
ice-cream soda
a drink of cream soda (or similar) mixed with ice-cream
lemon soda
A fizzy non-alcoholic drink made with soda and lemon
muriate of soda
sodium chloride or salt
nitrate of soda
sodium nitrate
sal soda
sodium carbonate
sulfate of soda
sodium sulfate
sulfite of soda
sodium sulfite
sulphate of soda
Alternative spelling of sulfate of soda
sulphite of soda
Alternative spelling of sulfite of soda
washing soda
sodium carbonate used as a laundry aid
washing-soda
Alternative spelling of washing soda
baking soda
Rising agent used in baking and cooking
baking soda
Baking soda is the same as bicarbonate of soda. A white crystalline compound, NaHCO, with a slightly alkaline taste, used in making effervescent salts and beverages, artificial mineral water, pharmaceuticals, and fire extinguishers. Also called bicarbonate of soda, sodium bicarbonate. a powder used when baking cakes to make them lighter = bicarbonate of soda
baking soda
sodium bicarbonate (white powder used in cooking, medicine, etc.)
baking soda
Chemically called sodium bicarbonate It is white powder used to raise the total alkalinity of pool or spa water without having much affect on pH
baking soda
A white crystalline compound, NaHCO3, with a slightly alkaline taste, used in making effervescent salts and beverages, artificial mineral water, pharmaceuticals, and fire extinguishers Also called bicarbonate of soda, sodium bicarbonate
baking soda
A leavening agent that releases gas only when mixed with an acid agent, such as buttermilk, yogurt, or lemon juice
baking soda
Baking soda ("bicarbonate of soda") is a leavener used in baked goods When mixed with an acid ingredient (such as butter-milk, yogurt, or molasses), baking soda produces carbon dioxide bubbles that make the dough rise
baking soda
This can be combined with water and dye to make a weak alkali solution used for direct application Also known as Sodium Bicarbonate When used with Fiber reactives such as Procion MX or Procion H, the chemical reaction must be assisted with heat, such as by steaming - won't damage silk the way soda ash can
baking soda
Baking soda is pure bicarbonate of soda If required in a recipe, it can be found in your grocery baking section
baking soda
- Baking soda neutralizes the acidity of your starter and removes its flavor and sourness 2 WHEN SHOULD I FEED MY STARTER, AND HOW MUCH?
baking soda
Also called bicarbonate of soda and sodium bicarbonate is a leavening agent which is used as an essential ingredient in baking powder When used alone as a leavener, recipes must include some type of acid to neutralize the resulting sodium carbonate in the finished product Buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream, and citrus juice are adequate acid to use You may also use baking soda to help neutralize the acid in recipes that call for large amounts of fruit
baking soda
A leavening agent which must be combined with an acidic liquid to achieve results Sour milk, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt, molasses, orange or lemon juice produce good results
baking soda
Sodium bicarbonate
baking soda
Sodium Carbonate raises the pH of water
baking soda
Chemically called sodium carbonate It is a white powder used to raise the pH of pool or spa water
baking soda
(Sodium Bicarbonate) A white, crystaline powder Soothing, water softening, effervescent, deodorizing, stimulating Draws oils and impurities from the skin
baking soda
a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
baking soda
The main ingredient in baking powder, baking soda is also used when there is acid (buttermilk or sour cream, for example) in a recipe Always mix with other dry ingredients before adding any liquid, since leavening begins soon as soda comes in contact with liquid
benzoate of soda
a white crystalline salt used as a food preservative and antiseptic
bicarbonate of soda
Bicarbonate of soda is a white powder which is used in baking to make cakes rise, and also as a medicine for your stomach. a chemical substance used especially in baking, and sometimes taken with water as a medicine = baking soda. or sodium bicarbonate or baking soda Inorganic compound, white, crystalline salt of sodium, chemical formula NaHCO3. It is a weak base and dissociates into water and carbon dioxide gas as it dissolves in the presence of hydrogen ions. In addition to household uses as an antacid, cleaner, and deodorizer, it is used in manufacturing effervescent salts and beverages and baking powder. Industrial uses include production of other sodium salts, treatment of wool and silk, and use in pharmaceuticals, sponge rubber, fire extinguishers, cleaners, lab reagents, mouthwash, and gold and platinum plating
bicarbonate of soda
baking soda, sodium bicarbonate
bicarbonate of soda
a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
caustic soda
a strongly alkaline caustic used in manufacturing soap and paper and aluminum and various sodium compounds
caustic soda
sodium hydroxide, NaOH
caustic soda
Often referred to as "caustic" or "lye," it is the principal co-product in chlorine manufacture Sold as a household chemical for unblocking drains and used industrially in the manufacture of rayon, pulp and paper, aluminium, soaps and detergents, textiles and vegetable oils
caustic soda
The common name for Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) a colorless, odorless liquid produced as part of the same process that creates chlorine from brine A strong alkali which is used as a neutralizing agent in a wide range of chemical processes
caustic soda
Sodium hydroxide, chemical formula NaOH White deliquescent crystals that absorb carbon dioxide and water from the air Soluble in water, alcohol and glycerol and used as a strong base in chemical reactions
caustic soda
A common name for sodium hydroxide, a strong base or alkali
caustic soda
sodium hydroxide
caustic soda
The common name for sodium hydroxide
caustic soda
Caustic soda is a powerful chemical substance used to make strong soaps and clean drains. Sodium hydroxide (NaOH), an inorganic compound. The alkalies called caustic soda and caustic potash (potassium hydroxide) are very important industrial chemicals, with uses in the manufacture of soaps, glass, and numerous other products. They have been easily extracted since ancient times by soaking wood ashes in water (see lye). Industrial methods of caustic-soda production developed in the 18th century (the Leblanc process) and 19th century (the Solvay, or ammonia-soda, process) have been largely displaced by electrolysis
club soda
Club soda is fizzy water used for mixing with alcoholic drinks and fruit juice. = soda water. water filled with bubbles that is often mixed with other drinks = soda water
club soda
effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide
cream soda
A sweet carbonated drink with a vanilla flavor
cream soda
sweet carbonated drink flavored with vanilla
ice-cream soda
A refreshment consisting of scoops of ice cream in a mixture of soda water and syrup. a mixture of ice cream, sweet syrup, and soda water, served in a tall glass
ice-cream soda
a drink with ice cream floating in it
irish soda bread
round loaf made with soda and buttermilk; often containing caraway seeds and raisins
orange soda
orange-flavored carbonated drink
sal soda
A hydrated sodium carbonate used as a general cleanser
scotch and soda
a highball with Scotch malt whiskey and club soda
sodas
plural of soda
washing soda
A hydrated sodium carbonate used as a general cleanser. a chemical that is added to water to clean very dirty things
washing soda
{i} sodium carbonate used for cleaning and also used for treating scaly skin diseases
Türkisch - Türkisch
Sindirimi kolaylaştırmak, susuzluğu gidermek, içkileri sulandırmak için kullanılan, içinde sodyum karbonat bulunan, köpüren su
Sindirimi kolaylaştırmak; susuzluğu gidermek, içkileri sulandırmak için kullanılan, içinde sodyum karbonat bulunan, köpüren su
Billurlaşmış sodyum karbonatın piyasadaki adı
porak
Englisch - Türkisch
soda
kabartma tozu

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

Onu temiz kokulu tutmak için buzdolabında bir kutu kabartma tozu tut. - Keep a box of baking soda in the fridge to keep it smelling clean.

dondurmalı ve sodalı bir içecek
karbonat
gazoz
sodyum bikarbonat

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

soda ash karbonat
hafif yemekler veren lokanta
{i} üstüne soda dökülmüş dondurma
soda fountain büfe
çamaşır sodası
nötür sodyum karbonat
soda cracker tuzlu bisküvi
(Tıp) Soda, korbonat dö sodyum, hidroksit dö sodyum
{i} gazoz (genel)
sodyum hidroksit
{i} gazlı içecek
{i} kola

Bira mı, votka mı, şarap mı yoksa kola mı alırsın? - Do you prefer beer, vodka, wine, or soda?

sodyum karbonat
sodyum oksit
soda ash
çamaşır sodası
soda fountain
gazoz vb satılan büfe
soda soap
sert sabun
soda bottle
soda şişesi
soda pop
gazoz
soda water
gazoz
soda water
maden sodası
soda cake
gazozlu kek
soda can
soda olabilir
soda lime
soda kireç
soda boiling
soda ile kaynatma
soda cracker
tuzlu bisküvi
soda fountain
büfe
soda fountain
kola makinesi
soda fountain
(mağazanın/eczanenin bir köşesinde bulunan, dondurma, gazoz v.b. satılan) büfe
soda fountain
soda makinesi
soda industry
soda endüstrisi
soda jerk
(isim) kola makinesi tezgâhtarı
soda jerk
{i} kola makinesi tezgâhtarı
soda jerker
kola makinesi tezgâhtarı
soda lime
kalsiyum oksit karışımı
soda lye
sodalı su
soda pop
gazlı içecek
soda soap
(Tekstil) sodyum sabunu, sert sabun
soda solution
soda çözeltisi
solvay soda
(Tekstil) amonyak sodası
baking soda
karbonat
baking soda
kabartma tozu

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

Onu temiz kokulu tutmak için buzdolabında bir kutu kabartma tozu tut. - Keep a box of baking soda in the fridge to keep it smelling clean.

caustic soda
(Gıda,Kimya,Teknik) sudkostik
ammonia soda process
amonyak soda işlemi
baking soda
sodyum bikarbonat

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

bicarbonate of soda
soda
bicarbonate of soda
bikarbonat de sud
carbonate of soda
sodyum karbonat
caustic soda
sodyum hidroksit
club soda
soda
diluted caustic soda
seyreltilmiş sodyum hidroksit
ice cream soda
dondurma soda
not too much soda
çok fazla soda
ammonia soda
(Tekstil) amonyak sodası
bicarbonate of soda
karbonat
bleaching soda
(Tekstil) kasar sodası
caustic soda
kostik soda
caustic soda
(Askeri) SODYUM HİDROKSİT, KOSTİK SODA: Zehirli gazları ve kimyasal maddeleri yok etmek için kullanılır
caustic soda Iye
(Tekstil) sudkostik çözeltisi
lemon soda
limonlu gazoz
nitrate of soda
sodyum nitrat
orange soda
portakallı gazoz
washing soda
(Tıp) Sodyum karbonat
washing soda
(Askeri) TEMİZLEME SODASI: Oldukça yavaş tesir etmekle beraber ucuz olan, beyaz toz halinde ve hafif alkalin kimyasal temizleyici madde
washing soda
(isim) çamaşır sodası
washing soda
{i} çamaşır sodası
whiskey and soda
(Gıda) viski soda
whisky and soda
(Gıda) viski soda
soda
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