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Hydantoin

hʌɪˈdantəʊɪn

Meanings of Hydantoin:

noun

A crystalline compound present in sugar beet and used in the manufacture of some anticonvulsant drugs.

Usage examples:

Drugs that have been implicated include penicillin, aminopenicillins, sulfonamides, allopurinol, th…

Hydathode

ˈhʌɪdəθəʊd

Meanings of Hydathode:

noun

A modified pore, especially on a leaf, which exudes drops of water.

Usage examples:

Indeed, activity, although low, was detected in cotyledon veins and tips and also in leaf veins, tr…

Meanings of Hydatid:

noun

A cyst containing watery fluid, in particular one formed by and containing a tapeworm larva.

Usage examples:

A hydatid cyst

Hydatids

ˈhʌɪdətɪd

Meanings of Hydatids:

noun

A cyst containing watery fluid, in particular one formed by and containing a tapeworm larva.

Usage examples:

A hydatid cyst

Meanings of Hyde:

noun

→  jekyll and hyde disapproving

Hydra

ˈhaɪ.drə

Meanings of Hydra:

noun

A minute freshwater coelenterate with a tubular body and a ring of tentacles around the mouth.

Usage examples:

The phylum cnidaria includes such diverse forms as jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones, and corals.
proper noun

A many-headed snake whose heads grew again as they were cut off, eventually killed by hercules.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the hydra constellation.

Usage examples:

The star beta hydrae

Meanings of Hydrae:

noun

A minute freshwater coelenterate with a tubular body and a ring of tentacles around the mouth.

Usage examples:

The phylum cnidaria includes such diverse forms as jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones, and corals.
proper noun

A many-headed snake whose heads grew again as they were cut off, eventually killed by hercules.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the hydra constellation.

Usage examples:

The star beta hydrae

Hydramnios

hʌɪˈdramnɪɒs

Meanings of Hydramnios:

noun

A condition in which excess amniotic fluid accumulates during pregnancy.

Usage examples:

Twin pregnancy is associated with hydramnios and the rare acute hydramnios is seen in uniovular twi…

Hydrangea

haɪˈdreɪn.dʒə

Meanings of Hydrangea:

noun

A shrub or climbing plant with rounded or flattened flowering heads of small florets, native to asia and america.

Usage examples:

Or, let a climbing hydrangea blur the rigid lines of a stucco wall.

Hydrangeas

haɪˈdreɪn.dʒə

Meanings of Hydrangeas:

noun

A shrub or climbing plant with rounded or flattened flowering heads of small florets, native to asia and america.

Usage examples:

Or, let a climbing hydrangea blur the rigid lines of a stucco wall.

Hydrant

ˈhaɪ.drənt

Meanings of Hydrant:

noun

A fitting in a street or other public place with a nozzle by which a hose may be attached to a water main.

Usage examples:

Strewn across the street were the bodies of policemen and firemen; a hose snaked down the street fr…

Hydrants

ˈhaɪ.drənt

Meanings of Hydrants:

noun

A fitting in a street or other public place with a nozzle by which a hose may be attached to a water main.

Usage examples:

Strewn across the street were the bodies of policemen and firemen; a hose snaked down the street fr…

Hydras

ˈhaɪ.drə

Meanings of Hydras:

noun

A minute freshwater coelenterate with a tubular body and a ring of tentacles around the mouth.

Usage examples:

The phylum cnidaria includes such diverse forms as jellyfish, hydra, sea anemones, and corals.
proper noun

A many-headed snake whose heads grew again as they were cut off, eventually killed by hercules.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the hydra constellation.

Usage examples:

The star beta hydrae

Hydrate

haɪˈdreɪt

Meanings of Hydrate:

noun

A compound, typically a crystalline one, in which water molecules are chemically bound to another compound or an element.

Usage examples:

Methane hydrate is an ice-like compound in which methane molecules are enclosed in cavities formed …
verb

Cause to absorb water.

Usage examples:

A powerful moisturizer that hydrates the skin for up to twelve hours

Hydrated

haɪˈdreɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Hydrated:

verb

Cause to absorb water.

Usage examples:

A powerful moisturizer that hydrates the skin for up to twelve hours
noun

A compound, typically a crystalline one, in which water molecules are chemically bound to another compound or an element.

Usage examples:

Methane hydrate is an ice-like compound in which methane molecules are enclosed in cavities formed …
adjective

Having absorbed enough water or other liquid

Usage examples:

Be sure to stay hydrated during the race by drinking plenty of fluids., hydrated skin looks younger…

Meanings of Hydrates:

noun

A compound, typically a crystalline one, in which water molecules are chemically bound to another compound or an element.

Usage examples:

Methane hydrate is an ice-like compound in which methane molecules are enclosed in cavities formed …
verb

Cause to absorb water.

Usage examples:

A powerful moisturizer that hydrates the skin for up to twelve hours

Hydrating

haɪˈdreɪt

Meanings of Hydrating:

verb

Cause to absorb water.

Usage examples:

A powerful moisturizer that hydrates the skin for up to twelve hours
noun

A compound, typically a crystalline one, in which water molecules are chemically bound to another compound or an element.

Usage examples:

Methane hydrate is an ice-like compound in which methane molecules are enclosed in cavities formed …

Hydration

haɪˈdreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Hydration:

noun

The process of causing something to absorb water.

Usage examples:

The human body requires adequate hydration to function properly

Hydrations

hʌɪˈdreɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Hydrations:

noun

The process of causing something to absorb water.

Usage examples:

The human body requires adequate hydration to function properly

Hydraulic

hʌɪˈdrɔːlɪk

Meanings of Hydraulic:

adjective

Denoting or relating to a liquid moving in a confined space under pressure.

Usage examples:

Hydraulic fluid

Hydraulically

haɪˈdrɒl.ɪk

Meanings of Hydraulically:

adjective

(of a device) operated by water pressure or by pressure from another liquid

Usage examples:

The plane’s hydraulic systems can withstand incredibly high temperatures.

Hydraulics

haɪˈdrɒl.ɪks

Meanings of Hydraulics:

plural noun

The branch of science and technology concerned with the conveyance of liquids through pipes and channels, especially as a source of mechanical force or control.

Usage examples:

The first volume covered dynamics, mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, aerostatics, and pneumatics.
noun

A system of using water to produce power

Usage examples:

The hydraulics failed and the digger stopped.

Hydrazine

ˈhʌɪdrəziːn

Meanings of Hydrazine:

noun

A colourless volatile alkaline liquid with powerful reducing properties, used in chemical synthesis and in some kinds of rocket fuels.

Usage examples:

The concerns centre on the various types of fuel carried, such as hydrazine, a toxic colourless liq…

Hydria

ˈhʌɪdrɪə

Meanings of Hydria:

noun

An ancient greek pitcher with three handles.

Usage examples:

Based on evidence from this narrow context of the wedding and its related symposia, a conclusion th…

Hydriae

ˈhʌɪdrɪə

Meanings of Hydriae:

noun

An ancient greek pitcher with three handles.

Usage examples:

Based on evidence from this narrow context of the wedding and its related symposia, a conclusion th…

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