gum

listen to the pronunciation of gum
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dişeti

Benim dişetim kanıyor. - I have bleeding gums.

sakız

Favori sakız türün nedir? - What's your favorite kind of chewing gum?

Onun ayakkabılarına biraz sakız yapıştı. - Some gum stuck to his shoes.

(Tıp) Diş eti, gingiva
sakız/zamk/dişet
(Gıda) gam
zamk ağacı
(Gıda) tutkal
(İnşaat) sakı

Sakız tadını kaybetti. - The gum has lost its taste.

Onun ayakkabılarına biraz sakız yapıştı. - Some gum stuck to his shoes.

{i} macun
{f} macunla
çiklet
zamkla yapıştırmak
zamk
pıhtılaşmak
{i} reçine
gum up pislikle dolup çalışmaz hale gelmek veya getirmek
i., gen. çoğ. dişeti
{i} (çam reçinesinden başka herhangi bir) reçine
{f} zamklamak
gum yapıştır
{f} yapıştırmak
{i} kauçuk
gumboil diş eti iltihabı
{i} yapıştırıcı
argo işi bozmak
{i} lastik
{i} çapak
{f} zamk sürmek; zamklamak
{f} yapıştır
ciklet
(Tıp) gum
akındırık
chewing gum
sakız

Tom'un ayakkabısının altında sıkışmış biraz sakız var. - Tom got some chewing gum stuck on the bottom of his shoe.

Mary Tom'a bir sakız önerdi, o onu kabul etti. - Mary offered Tom a chewing gum, which he accepted.

gum elastic
lastik
gum arabic
akasya zamkı
gum arabic
(Botanik, Bitkibilim,Gıda) arap zamkı
gum like candy
(Gıda) macun
gum tragacanth
(Tekstil) kestere
gum tree
sıtmaağacı
gum tree
okaliptüs
gum acacia
akasya sakızı
gum ammoniac
amonyak
gum arabic
arapzamkı
gum arabic
akasya sakızı
gum benjamin
benzoin
gum benzoin
benzoin
gum mastic
sakız
gum mastic
mastika
gum plant
sütleğen
gum resin
zamk reçine karışımı
gum tragacanth
kitre
gum tree
zamk ağacı
gum up
işi bozmak
gum ball
sakız topu
gum base
sakız mayası
gum bleeding
diş eti kanamalarını
gum boil
sakız kaynatın
gum disease
dişeti hastalığı
gum paste
Pasta vs. yapımında kullanılan şeker hamuru
gum reduction
(Diş) Dişeti kesimi; anormal büyüklükteki diş etlerinin normal boyutlarına indirgeme operasyonu
gum senegal
sakız senegal
gum surgery
diş eti cerrahi
gum tissue
Diş eti, diş eti dokusu
gum acacia
arapzamkı
gum ammoniac
doğal sakız reçinesi
gum ammoniac
amonyak sakızı
gum ammoniacum
çadıruşağı otu
gum arabic
arap sakızı
gum boil
(Tıp) Diş etleri iltihabı (apsesi) parulis
gum boil
dişeti iltihabı
gum cap
(İnşaat) körük
gum elastic
kauçuk
gum mastic mixer
sakız mikseri
gum resin
reçineli zamk
gum surgery
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti ameliyatı
gum surgery
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti cerrahisi
gum targacath
(Tekstil) kitre
gum treatment
(Diş Hekimliği) dişeti tedavisi
gum tree
(çamdan başka herhangi bir) reçineli ağaç
gum tree
sakız ağacı
gum tree
okaliptüs ağacı
gum tree
amber ağacı
gum up
(deyim) gum up the works (kd) bozmak,aksatmak,altüst etmek
gum up
taş koymak
gum up
bozmak
gum up
işini bozmak
gum up
engellemek
gum up
(Fiili Deyim ) bozmak , aksatmak , altüst etmek
gum up the works
(deyim) şansı kaçırmak
jelly gum
yumuşak şeker
buble gum
balonlu sakız
chew gum
sakız çiğnemek
cushion gum
(Otomotiv) taban kauçuğu
gums
(Gıda) gamlar
gums
(Gıda) zamklar
locust bean gum
(Gıda) keçiboynuzu zamkı
locust bean gum
(Gıda) keçiboynuzu gamı
silk gum
serisin
ammoniac gum
amonyak zamkı
blue gum
okaliptüs
british gum
ingiliz zamkı
bubble gum
balonlu çiklet
bubble gum
ciklet
chewing gum
çiklet
gummed
{f} yapıştır
gumming
{f} yapıştır
gumming
{i} yapıştırma
starch gum
dekstrin
sweet gum
amerikansığlası
a wad of gum
pabuç kadar ciklet
acaroid gum
akaroit reçinesi
be up a gum tree
ıng. zor bir durumda olmak
blue gum
mavi sakız
chew a gum
Bir sakız çiğnemek
chews gum
sakız çiğniyor
eye gum
göz sakız
flooded gum
taşkın sakız
gummed
zamklı
gumming
yapıştırarak
manna gum
manna sakız
mastic gum
sakız sakız
snow gum
kar sakız
spotted gum
benekli sakız
wine gum
şarap sakız
xanthan gum
Xanthan
acacia gum
(Tekstil) 1. akasya zamkı 2. arap zamkı
almond gum
(Tekstil) badem zamkı
be up a gum tree
İng., k.dili. zor durumda olmak, ne yapacağını şaşırmak
be up a gum tree
başı belâda olmak
be up a gum tree
zor durumda olmak
be up a gum tree
şapa oturmak
be up a gum tree
zor bir durumda olmak
boil of the gum
(Tekstil) zamkını giderme
bubble gum
balonlu ciklet
chicle gum
sakızımsı ciklet ham maddesi
forest red gum
(Çevre) okaliptüs ağacı
gummed
yapıştırılmış
gums
(isim) lastik ayakkabı
gums
lastik ayakkabı
my gum
aman yarabbi
my gum
aman allahım
oral gum
(Tıp) oral sakız
printing gum
(Tekstil) baskı kıvamlaştmcısı
printing gum
(Tekstil) baskı kıvamlaştırıcısı
silk gum
(Tekstil) ipek zamkı, serisin
sweet gum
sığla balsamı
sweet gum
(Botanik) amerikansığlası
sweet gum
(Botanik) anadolusığlası
to be up a gum tree
şapa oturmak
up a gum tree
{k} (deyim) muskul durumda
up a gum tree
zor durumda
vegetable gum
bir nevi yapıştırıcı
Türkçe - Türkçe
Buğday, arpa, mısır gibi kuru yiyeceklerin korunduğu yer
İngilizce - İngilizce
genitourinary medicine
a single piece of chewing gum

Do you have a gum I could have?.

With up, to impair the functioning of a thing or process
The flesh round the teeth
To apply an adhesive or gum to
To befoul, to complicate, to mess up. Normally used with "up"
any viscous or sticky substance resembling those that are exuded by certain plants
any of various viscous or sticky substances that are exuded by certain plants
To chew, especially of a toothless person or animal
chewing gum
{v} to close or smear with gum
{n} the juce of trees which becomes hard, is insipid and soluble in water, the substance inclosing the teeth
any of various substances (soluble in water) that exude from certain plants; they are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying
the tissue (covered by mucous membrane) of the jaws that surrounds the bases of the teeth
To smear with gum; to close with gum; to unite or stiffen by gum or a gumlike substance; to make sticky with a gumlike substance
Gum is the "glue" used to seal the envelope flap closed for mailing Gum is not included with Inner envelopes
A vegetable secretion of many trees or plants that hardens when it exudes, but is soluble in water; as, gum arabic; gum tragacanth; the gum of the cherry tree
Gum is a type of glue that is used to stick two pieces of paper together. He was holding up a pound note that had been torn in half and stuck together with gum. + gummed gummed gummed labels
The sticky substance on the back of unused stamps or on the flap of Aerogrammes, Domestogrammes, or envelopes Stamps in mint condition have all their original gum
– A vegetable adhesive used to secure the head of the wrapper leaf around the finished bunch
A rubber overshoe
any of various substances (soluble in water) that exude from certain plants; they are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying exude or form gum; "these trees gum in the Spring
A resinous product of the kauri, found in the form of yellow or brown lumps in the ground where the trees have grown
wood or lumber from any of various gum trees especially the sweet gum
See Gum tree, below
a preparation (usually made of sweetened chicle) for chewing
{f} cause to stick together using an adhesive; stop up, block up; chew using the gums
The dense tissues which invest the teeth, and cover the adjacent parts of the jaws
grind with the gums; chew without teeth and with great difficulty; "the old man had no teeth left and mumbled his food"
exude or form gum; "these trees gum in the Spring"
A generic term for non-volatile viscous plant secretions, which either dissolve or swell up in contact with water
{i} resin; rubber; chewing gum; sticky substance used as a glue; fleshy tissue which covers the bones of the jaw and the lower portions of the teeth
See: Oleoresin
A vegetable adhesive used to secure the head of the wrapper leaf around the finished bunch
The mucilage applied to the backs of adhesive postage stamps, revenue stamps or envelope flaps Gum is an area of concern for stamp collectors It may crack and harm the paper of the stamp itself It may stain or adhere to other stamps or album pages under certain climatic conditions Many collectors are willing to pay extra for 19th- and some 20th-century stamps with intact, undisturbed original gum
Gums are extracted from plants and used as a medium in certain techniques of painting For example, gum arabic, produced by a species of acacia, is used as a binding medium for watercolour and gouache paints, and for pastels It is also employed as a painting medium and as a selective varnish in the watercolour technique Unlike resins, gums are soluble in water and insoluble in oils or organic solvents They adhere best to a lean surface and can be emulsified with oils and resins, or intermixed with tempers and acrylic media
Adhesive for the hair
any of various trees of the genera Eucalyptus or Liquidambar or Nyssa that are sources of gum
To deepen and enlarge the spaces between the teeth of (a worn saw)
The adhesive found on the back of postage stamps
If two things are gummed together, they are stuck together. It is a mild infection in which a baby's eyelashes can become gummed together. = stuck. gummed gumming to stick things together using glue = glue gum sth to sth. abbreviation of Gosudarstvenny Universalny Magazin (Russian: "State Department Store") Largest department store in Russia. Situated in Moscow's Red Square, it occupies a huge, ornate building (constructed 1889-93) that once housed more than 1,000 shops. GUM now includes about 150 shops selling food, clothing, home appliances, watches and cameras, and many other goods. It functions more like a Western-style shopping mall than a department store and is a popular tourist attraction. In botany, an adhesive substance of vegetable origin, mostly obtained as exudate from the bark of trees or shrubs belonging to the pea family. Gum arabic (from a species of acacia) is used in lithography. Gum tragacanth (from several shrub species in the genus Astragalus) is used as a coating and binding agent in pill manufacture, as an emulsifier in processed foods, and as a thickener in sauces. Some plant gums are used in the manufacture of cosmetics. or gingiva Mucous-membrane-covered connective tissue attached to and surrounding the necks of the teeth and the alveolar bone of the jaw. The edges of the gums around the teeth are free and extend into the spaces between the teeth. Fibres of the ligament that holds the teeth in their sockets enter the gum and hold it tightly against the teeth. Pink, speckled, and tough, healthy gums have limited sensitivity to pain, temperature, and pressure. Changes in colour, loss of speckling, or abnormal sensitivity are early signs of gingivitis, in which pockets form between the gum and teeth and become infected, with inflammation, bleeding, and, in severe cases, loss of teeth. black gum sour gum chewing gum Gum Nebula
Gum is a substance, usually tasting of mint, which you chew for a long time but do not swallow. see also bubblegum, chewing gum
The adhesive used to secure the wrapper leaf around the bunch Always a vegetable gum
a water soluable substance that hardens when exposed to air that is used as a resinous binder in ink and varnish formulations
It is used for making varnish, and as a substitute for amber
Sword
The pink tissue around your teeth
Also, with less propriety, exudations that are not soluble in water; as, gum copal and gum sandarac, which are really resins
A hive made of a section of a hollow gum tree; hence, any roughly made hive; also, a vessel or bin made of a hollow log
cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive
The adhesive lining at the back of an unused stamp
Your gums are the areas of firm, pink flesh inside your mouth, which your teeth grow out of. The toothbrush gently removes plaque without damaging the gums. gum disease
To exude or from gum; to become gummy
A water soluble exudate consisting mainly of polysaccharides and used principally as a thickener and as a spray-dried carrier in the manufacture of water soluble fragrance and flavor compounds (Gum Arabic, Agar, etc )
gum acacia
gum arabic
gum arabic
An edible substance taken from one of two species of sub-Saharan acacia trees. It is used in the food industry as a stabilizer (e.g. in soda, gumdrops and marshmallows) and in other industries including pharmaceuticals, paints and polishes
gum karaya
Karaya gum
gum lift
A gingivectomy performed for the aesthetic purpose of raising or shaping the gum line

Those whose smiles are more Mister Ed than Miss America have a new hope: the gum lift.

gum lifts
plural form of gum lift
gum trees
plural form of gum tree
Gum Nebula
Largest known emission nebula in terms of how much of the sky it occupies as seen from Earth, extending over about 35° in the southern constellations Puppis and Vela. A complex of diffuse, glowing gas too faint to see with the unaided eye, it was discovered in the 1950s. It lies roughly 1,000 light-years from Earth and may be the remnant of an ancient supernova
gum acacia
gum arabic: gum from an acacia tree; used as a thickener (especially in candies and pharmaceuticals)
gum ammoniac
It is inflammable, partially soluble in water and in spirit of wine, and is used in medicine as an expectorant and resolvent, and for the formation of certain plasters
gum ammoniac
It is brought chiefly from Persia in the form of yellowish tears, which occur singly, or are aggregated into masses
gum ammoniac
It has a peculiar smell, and a nauseous, sweet taste, followed by a bitter one
gum ammoniac
The concrete juice (gum resin) of an umbelliferous plant, the Dorema ammoniacum
gum arabic
A gum exuded by various African trees of the genus Acacia, especially A. senegal, used in the preparation of pills and emulsions and the manufacture of mucilage and candies and in general as a thickener and colloidal stabilizer. Also called acacia
gum arabic
a water soluble organic gum of various species of acacia used as a binder in ceramic glazes and colors and other ink formulations
gum arabic
This natural gum of the acacia tree is a main ingredient in lithographic etching materials It was also used as a glaze on the surface of some hand-colored prints (e g Currier and Ives) to produce a darker tone in certain areas
gum arabic
A chemical used to desensitize the non-printing areas of a printing plate
gum arabic
Used to a gloss and depth to prints
gum arabic
gum from an acacia tree; used as a thickener (especially in candies and pharmaceuticals)
gum arabic
sticky resin that acacia trees produce
gum ball
a ball of chewing gum with a coating of colored sugar
gum butea
dried juice of the dhak tree; used as an astringent
gum elastic
latex from trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus)
gum plant
Any of several North American plants of the genus Grindelia, especially G. squarrosa, having sticky leaves and bracts and yellow, rayed flower heads
gum problems
problems with the tissue surrounding the teeth
gum resin
a mixture of resin and gum
gum resin
A mixture of gum and resin that exudes from some plants or trees
gum ridge
alveolar ridge: a ridge that forms the borders of the upper and lower jaws and contains the sockets of the teeth
gum tree
any of various trees of the genera Eucalyptus or Liquidambar or Nyssa that are sources of gum
gum tree
A gum tree is a tree such as a eucalyptus that produces gum
gum tree
type of tropical tree which produces gum
gum up
stick together as if with gum; "the inside of the pipe has gummed up"
gum up
stick together as if with gum; "the inside of the pipe has gummed up
gum-lac
an inferior lac produced by lac insects in Madagascar
Tasmanian blue gum
The Australian eucalyptus, Euclaptus globulus; a tall, straight tree, growing to 70 metres in height and 2 metres in trunk diameter
acacia gum
The sticky congealed sap of the acacia tree, used as a food additive
black gum
A tree native to eastern North America, Nyssa sylvatica
blue gum
a gum tree of the subspecies Eucalyptus globulus or any of a number of other species of Eucalyptus in Australia
blue gum
forest red gum
by gum
minced oath for by God
carob gum
locust bean gum
chewing gum
A sweetened flavoured preparation of chicle, made for chewing
gellan gum
a polysaccharide gum produced by the bacterium Sphingomonas elodea, used as an alternative to agar, and as a food additive
guar gum
a heteropolysaccharide gum, extracted from the guar bean, that is used as a food additive
karaya gum
a gum extracted from the trees of the Sterculia genus, used as a food additive and denture adhesive
locust bean gum
a vegetable gum extracted from the seeds of the carob (locust beans) and used as a food additive; chemically, it is a galactomannan
manna gum
The tree Eucalyptus viminalis found in Australia
nicotine gum
A form of chewing gum that slowly releases nicotine into the body; used by people who are trying to quit smoking
red gum
a tree of the hazel family, found in North America
red gum
an eucalyptus tree with red wood, found in Australia
sweet gum tree
A tree, Liquidambar styraciflua, found in the southern US
sweet gum trees
plural form of sweet gum tree
tara gum
A white or beige nearly odorless powder used as a thickening agent and stabilizer for food, produced by separating and grinding the endosperm of Caesalpinia spinosa seeds
walk and chew gum at the same time
To do something very easy
wine gum
a soft jelly lolly, usually brightly coloured and fruit flavoured
xanthan gum
a natural gum, produced by the fermentation of sugars by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris; used as a food additive
xanthan gum
(Din) A polysaccharide secreted by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris, used as a food additive and rheology modifier, commonly used as a food thickening agent and a stabilizer
spirit gum
(Tiyatro) A quick-drying solution of gum, chiefly used by actors to attach false hair to their faces
Gums
gingiva
black gum
or sour gum Most widely distributed tupelo, Nyssa sylvatica, also known as black tupelo or pepperidge tree. It is found in moist areas of the eastern U.S. from Maine south to the Gulf Coast and westward to Oklahoma. Its wood is light and soft but tough. The black gum is sometimes grown as an ornamental and is prized for its brilliant scarlet autumnal foliage
blue gum
tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves are bluish
blue gum
A tall timber tree (Eucalyptus globulus) of Australia, having smooth, bluish deciduous bark and lance-shaped aromatic leaves
bubble gum
kind of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles
bubble gum
a kind of chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles
bubble gum
Bubble gum is a sweet substance similar to chewing gum. You can blow it out of your mouth so it makes the shape of a bubble. I got bubblegum on the seat of Nanna's car. a type of chewing gum that you can blow into a bubble
bubble gum dermatitis
an allergic contact dermatitis developed around the lips of children who chew bubble gum
cherry-tree gum
exudation from trees of the prunus genus; resembles gum arabic
chewed gum
chewed chewing gum
chewing gum
flavored substance which is chewed
chewing gum
a gum prepared for chewing; sweetened and flavored
chewing gum
a preparation (usually made of sweetened chicle) for chewing a gum prepared for chewing; sweetened and flavored
chewing gum
a preparation (usually made of sweetened chicle) for chewing
chewing gum
Chewing gum is a kind of sweet that you can chew for a long time. You do not swallow it. a stick of chewing gum. = gum. a type of sweet that you chew for a long time but do not swallow. Sweetened product made from chicle and similar resilient substances that is chewed for its flavour. Tree resins have been chewed as teeth cleaners and breath fresheners since ancient times. The latex (called chicle) of the Central American sapodilla tree was first used to mass-produce chewing gum in the 19th century; its plasticity, insolubility in water, and ability to hold a flavour made it an ideal chewing-gum base. After World War II other gums and synthetic rubbers came to replace chicle
chewing gum pack
packet containing pieces of gum for chewing
chews gum
chews on chewing gum
chicle gum
gum-like substance from the sapodilla
chicle gum
A gumlike substance obtained from the bully tree (Mimusops globosa) and sometimes also from the naseberry or sapodilla (Sapota zapotilla)
chicle gum
It is more plastic than caoutchouc and more elastic than gutta-percha, as an adulterant of which it is used in England
chicle gum
It is used largely in the United States in making chewing gum
cider gum
small to medium-sized tree of Tasmania
common gum cistus
shrub having white flowers and viscid stems and leaves yielding a fragrant oleoresin used in perfumes especially as a fixative
eucalyptus gum
reddish-brown dried gummy exudation from any of several trees of the genus Eucalyptus especially Eucalyptus camaldulensis
eye gum
sleep
flooded gum
any of several Australian gum trees growing on moist or alluvial soil
forest red gum
tall tree of Queensland and New South Wales and Victoria
guar gum
from seeds of the guar plant; used to thicken foods and as sizing for paper and cloth
guar gum
A water-soluble paste made from the seeds of the guar plant and used as a thickener and stabilizer in foods and pharmaceuticals
gummed
treated with adhesive gum
gummed
past of gum
gumming
Applying a thin layer of gum to the non-printing areas of the plate as a means of keeping the plate clean
gumming
Formation and accumulation of a fat insoluble sticky material resulting from continued heating of fats and oils The gummy material is produced by oxidation and polymerization of the fat and represents fat breakdown products which collect on heating surfaces
gumming
ineffectual chewing (as if without teeth)
gumming
present participle of gum
gumming
The treating of plate surfaces with a thin coating of Gum Arabic as a protection against oxidation and as an aid to desensitizing the plate to top
gumming
Coating of paper or board with an adhesive, which becomes sticky when wet
gumming
The process of applying gum arabic to the non-printing areas of a printing plate
gums
plural of gum
gums
{i} dietary fibers that include galactose and other simple sugars and are found between plant cell walls
karaya gum
exudate of an Asian tree; used for finishing textiles and to thicken foodstuffs and cosmetics
lemon-scented gum
similar to but smaller than the spotted gum and having lemon-scented leaves
macaranga gum
and sometimes as a medicine
macaranga gum
A gum of a crimson color, obtained from a tree (Macaranga Indica) that grows in the East Indies
macaranga gum
It is used in taking impressions of coins, medallions, etc
manna gum
tall tree yielding a false manna
mesquite gum
obtained from mesquite pods; resembles gum arabic
mountain swamp gum
medium-sized swamp gum of New South Wales and Victoria
red gum
Any of several Australian evergreen trees of the genus Eucalyptus, especially E. camaldulensis or E. calophylla, having lance-shaped, aromatic leaves
red gum
very large red gum tree
red gum
sweet gum: a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap
red gum
eucalyptus gum: reddish-brown dried gummy exudation from any of several trees of the genus Eucalyptus especially Eucalyptus camaldulensis
red gum
red gum tree of Tasmania
red gum
red gum tree of Tasmania very large red gum tree
red gum
sweet gum: reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture
river red gum
somewhat crooked red gum tree growing chiefly along rivers; has durable reddish lumber used in heavy construction
rose gum
very tall tree of Queensland and New South Wales
senegal gum
from the vicinity of the Senegal river
snow gum
small to medium-sized tree of Australia and Tasmania having smooth white to light-grey bark shedding in patches or strips
sonora gum
acidulous gum resin of the creosote bush
sour gum
A deciduous tree (Nyssa sylvatica) of the eastern United States and Mexico, having glossy, somewhat leathery leaves and soft wood. Also called black gum, pepperidge
sour gum
columnar tree of eastern North America having horizontal limbs and small leaves that emerge late in spring and have brilliant color in early fall
spirit gum
an adhesive solution made of gum and ether and used to attach false hair to skin
spotted gum
large gum tree with mottled bark
sterculia gum
exudate of an Asian tree; used for finishing textiles and to thicken foodstuffs and cosmetics
sugarless chewing gum
chewing gum which does not include sugar as an ingredient
swamp gum
medium-sized tree of southern Australia
sweet gum
a tree with hard wood and groups of seeds like prickly balls, common in North America
sweet gum
a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap aromatic exudate from the sweet gum tree reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture
sweet gum
aromatic exudate from the sweet gum tree
sweet gum
a North American tree of the genus Liquidambar having prickly spherical fruit clusters and fragrant sap
sweet gum
reddish-brown wood and lumber from heartwood of the sweet gum tree used to make furniture
water gum
columnar swamp tree of southeastern to midwestern North America yielding pale soft easily worked wood
wood gum
Xylan
xanthan gum
{i} xanthan, water-soluble natural gum obtained from corn sugar and used as a stabilizer and thickening agent in food and cosmetics
xanthan gum
A natural thickener and skin soother derived from the fermentation of a carbohydrate with Xanthomonas campestris
xanthan gum
thickener, stabilizer
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Tıp) gum
gum-yöntemi
(Ticaret) gum-method
gum