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Meanings of Alkyds:

noun

Any of a group of synthetic polyester resins derived from various alcohols and acids.

Usage examples:

Alkyd paints

Meanings of Alkyl:

noun

Of or denoting a hydrocarbon radical derived from an alkane by removal of a hydrogen atom.

Usage examples:

Alkyl halides

Meanings of Alkylamine:

noun

Any compound which can be regarded as a derivative of ammonia (nh₃) with one or more of the hydrogen atoms replaced by alkyl groups.

Meanings of Alkylate:

verb

Introduce an alkyl radical into (a compound).

Usage examples:

One of the ways to overcome the problem is to alkylate protein mixtures

Meanings of Alkylated:

adjective

(of a compound) containing an added alkyl radical.

Usage examples:

There is ample genetic evidence that alkylated bases are repaired by recombinational mechanisms
verb

Introduce an alkyl radical into (a compound).

Usage examples:

One of the ways to overcome the problem is to alkylate protein mixtures

Meanings of Alkylates:

verb

Introduce an alkyl radical into (a compound).

Usage examples:

One of the ways to overcome the problem is to alkylate protein mixtures

Meanings of Alkylating:

adjective

(of a substance) causing an alkyl radical to be introduced into a compound.

Usage examples:

Conventional medical treatment is a marrow transplant and alkylating agents
verb

Introduce an alkyl radical into (a compound).

Usage examples:

One of the ways to overcome the problem is to alkylate protein mixtures

Meanings of Alkylene:

noun

An alkene or olefin; a divalent radical or group derived from an alkene by the loss of two hydrogen atoms. chiefly attributive or as a formative element in names of compounds.

Meanings of Alkylidene:

noun

A compound derived from an alkane by the replacement of two hydrogen atoms on the same carbon atom with one double-bonded atom or group; the divalent functional group =cr′r″ characteristic of such a compound.

Meanings of Alkyne:

noun

Any of the series of unsaturated hydrocarbons containing a triple bond, including acetylene.

Usage examples:

Alkanes (sometimes called paraffins) have only single bonds, while alkenes (sometimes called olefin…

Meanings of Alkynes:

noun

Any of the series of unsaturated hydrocarbons containing a triple bond, including acetylene.

Usage examples:

Alkanes (sometimes called paraffins) have only single bonds, while alkenes (sometimes called olefin…

Meanings of All:

adverb

Completely.

Usage examples:

Dressed all in black
abbreviation

Albanian lek(s).

predeterminer, determiner, & pronoun

Used to refer to the whole quantity or extent of a particular group or thing.

Usage examples:

All the people i met
adjective

Every one of, or the complete number of

Usage examples:

All four of her children are under six., not all my friends approved of what i did., all but the we…

If a situation or place is all go, it is extremely busy

Usage examples:

It was all go in the office today., investors going all out for growth with some risk might be inte…

Meanings of All along:

phrase

All the time; from the beginning.

Usage examples:

She'd known all along
idiom

From the beginning of a period of time

Usage examples:

Do you think he’s been lying to us all along?

Meanings of All and sundry:

phrase

Everyone

Usage examples:

I don't want all and sundry knowing about our problems.

Meanings of All bets are off:

phrase

The outcome of a situation is unpredictable.

Usage examples:

When they get lonely all bets are off

Meanings of All dressed up and nowhere to go:

phrase

Fashionably or smartly dressed for an anticipated occasion that does not take place.

Usage examples:

There i was, all dressed up with nowhere to go, in the ritziest part of town

Meanings of All ears:

phrase

Be listening eagerly.

Usage examples:

I'm all ears, tell me about it
idiom

To be waiting eagerly to hear about something

Usage examples:

I'm all ears - tell us what they had to say.

Meanings of All eyes are on:

phrase

Used to convey that a particular person or thing is currently the focus of public interest.

Usage examples:

Over the next few weeks all eyes will be on the pound
idiom

If all eyes are on someone or something, everyone is watching that person or thing and waiting to see what will happen

Usage examples:

All eyes are on the president to see how he will respond to the challenge to his leadership.

Meanings of All fur coat and no knickers:

phrase

Have an impressive or sophisticated appearance which belies the fact that there is nothing to substantiate it.

Usage examples:

The government's policies are all fur coat and no knickers

Meanings of All hands on deck:

An order to every member of a ship's crew to report to the deck immediately, usually in an emergency.

Meanings of All hat and no cattle:

phrase

Tend to talk boastfully without acting on one's words.

Usage examples:

In my view, the senators are all mouth and no action or, as we say in my part of the country, all h…

Meanings of All hell breaks loose:

phrase

Suddenly there is pandemonium.

Usage examples:

The power cut out and all hell broke loose
idiom

If all hell breaks loose, a situation suddenly becomes violent and noisy, especially with people arguing or fighting

Usage examples:

One policeman drew his gun and then suddenly all hell broke loose.

Meanings of All in a day’s work (excl.):

phrase

(of something unusual or difficult) accepted as part of someone's normal routine or as a matter of course.

Usage examples:

Dodging sharks is all in a day's work for some scientists
idiom

If something difficult, unpleasant, or strange is all in a day's work for someone, it is a usual part of their job

Usage examples:

When you're a nurse, cleaning up vomit is all in a day's work.

All in all

ˌɔːlˈɪn

Meanings of All in all:

idiom

With everything considered (and neglecting details)

phrase

On the whole.

Usage examples:

All in all it's been a good year
adjective

Including the costs for all parts of a service

Usage examples:

An all-in package/price the all-in price includes a pre-theater cocktail and the best available sea…

Meanings of All in good time:

idiom

Used to tell someone to be patient because the thing they are eager for will happen when the time is right

Usage examples:

Be patient, you'll hear the result all in good time.

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