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Ethanal

ˈɛθ(ə)nal

Meanings of Ethanal:

noun

Systematic chemical name for acetaldehyde.

Meanings of Ethanamide:

noun

Systematic chemical name for acetamide.

Ethane

ˈiː.θeɪn

Meanings of Ethane:

noun

A colourless, odourless, flammable gas which is a constituent of petroleum and natural gas. it is the second member of the alkane series.

Usage examples:

It consists mainly of methane, the simplest hydrocarbon, as well as small amounts of heavier, more …

Meanings of Ethanediol:

noun

Systematic chemical name for ethylene glycol.

Meanings of Ethanim:

noun

In the pre-exilic jewish calendar: the seventh month of the religious year and first of the civil year, usually coinciding with parts of september and october; in post-exilic times called "tishri".

Ethanol

ˈeθ.ə.nɒl

Meanings of Ethanol:

noun

A colourless volatile flammable liquid which is produced by the natural fermentation of sugars; alcohol.

Usage examples:

Yeast used in making beer metabolizes the sugar into ethanol

Meanings of Ethanolamine:

noun

Any compound which has an amino group bonded to an ethanol molecule; specifically 2-aminoethanol, a weakly basic, viscous liquid used as a synthetic reagent and in carbon dioxide scrubbers.

Meanings of Ethchlorvynol:

noun

Another name for placidyl.

Ethene

ˈɛθiːn

Meanings of Ethene:

noun

Systematic chemical name for ethylene.

Meanings of Ethenoid:

adjective

Resembling ethene in structure or properties; characteristic of ethene; ethylenic.

Meanings of Ether:

noun

A pleasant-smelling colourless volatile liquid that is highly flammable. it is used as an anaesthetic and as a solvent or intermediate in industrial processes.

Usage examples:

In the recent past dentists were instrumental in the introduction of diethyl ether and nitrous oxide.

Meanings of Etherate:

noun

A compound of an ether, especially diethyl ether, and another compound; especially an addition compound of ether and a lewis acid or grignard reagent.

Ethereal

iˈθɪə.ri.əl

Meanings of Ethereal:

adjective

Extremely delicate and light in a way that seems not to be of this world.

Usage examples:

Her ethereal beauty

Etherealise

ɪˈθɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Etherealise:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Etherealised

ɪˈθɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Etherealised:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Etherealising

ɪˈθɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Etherealising:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Meanings of Etherealization:

noun

The action or process of making a thing or being ethereal or incorporeal; an instance of this.

Meanings of Etherealize:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Etherealized

ɪˈθɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Etherealized:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Etherealizing

ɪˈθɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Etherealizing:

verb

Make or cause to seem ethereal or otherworldly.

Usage examples:

Happiness played over her face and etherealized its beauty

Ethereally

iˈθɪə.ri.ə.li

Meanings of Ethereally:

adverb

In a light and delicate way, often one that does not seem natural or real

Usage examples:

The frozen lake and surrounding snow peaks gleamed ethereally., he was ethereally thin.

Meanings of Etherealness:

noun

The quality or state of being ethereal; = "ethereality".

Meanings of Etherean:

adjective

Ethereal; specifically (a) heavenly; of or relating to the sky or region beyond the clouds; (b) (of a colour) delicate (rare).

Meanings of Ethereous:

adjective

Ethereal.

Etherial

ɪˈθɪərɪəl

Meanings of Etherial:

adjective

Extremely delicate and light in a way that seems not to be of this world.

Usage examples:

Her ethereal beauty

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