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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…

Hydric

ˈhʌɪdrɪk

Meanings of Hydric:

adjective

(of an environment or habitat) containing plenty of moisture; very wet.

Usage examples:

Hydric soils

Hydride

ˈhʌɪdrʌɪd

Meanings of Hydride:

noun

A binary compound of hydrogen with a metal.

Usage examples:

Lithium aluminum hydride is an important reducing agent in organic chemistry.

Hydrides

ˈhʌɪdrʌɪd

Meanings of Hydrides:

noun

A binary compound of hydrogen with a metal.

Usage examples:

Lithium aluminum hydride is an important reducing agent in organic chemistry.

Hydro

ˈhaɪ.drəʊ

Meanings of Hydro:

noun

A hotel or clinic originally providing hydropathic treatment.

Usage examples:

Win a week at springs hydro
combining form

Water; relating to water.

Usage examples:

Hydraulic

Meanings of Hydrobromic:

noun

A strongly acidic solution of the gas hydrogen bromide in water.

Usage examples:

The reaction requires large excesses of hydrobromic acid so that this synthesis has no economic imp…

Hydrocarbon

ˌhaɪ.drəʊˈkɑː.bən

Meanings of Hydrocarbon:

noun

A compound of hydrogen and carbon, such as any of those which are the chief components of petroleum and natural gas.

Usage examples:

The rain is rich in benzene and hydrocarbons

Meanings of Hydrocarbons:

noun

A compound of hydrogen and carbon, such as any of those which are the chief components of petroleum and natural gas.

Usage examples:

The rain is rich in benzene and hydrocarbons

Meanings of Hydrocele:

noun

The accumulation of serous fluid in a body sac.

Usage examples:

Hydrocele may progress over the years

Hydrocephalus

ˌhaɪ.drəˈsef.ə.ləs

Meanings of Hydrocephalus:

noun

A condition in which fluid accumulates in the brain, typically in young children, enlarging the head and sometimes causing brain damage.

Usage examples:

About 90 percent of children with the most severe form of spina bifida develop hydrocephalus, or fl…

Hydrochloric

ˌhaɪ.drə.klɔː.rɪk ˈæs.ɪd

Meanings of Hydrochloric:

noun

An acid containing hydrogen and chlorine

Hydrochloride

ˌhaɪ.drəˈklɔː.raɪd

Meanings of Hydrochloride:

noun

A compound of a particular organic base with hydrochloric acid.

Usage examples:

Cocaine hydrochloride

Meanings of Hydrocolloid:

noun

A substance which forms a gel in the presence of water, examples of which are used in surgical dressings and in various industrial applications.

Usage examples:

Hydrocolloid dressings

Meanings of Hydrocolloidal:

noun

A substance which forms a gel in the presence of water, examples of which are used in surgical dressings and in various industrial applications.

Usage examples:

Hydrocolloid dressings

Hydrocortisone

ˌhaɪ.drəˈkɔː.tɪ.zəʊn

Meanings of Hydrocortisone:

noun

A steroid hormone produced by the adrenal cortex and used medicinally to treat inflammation resulting from eczema and rheumatism.

Usage examples:

These drugs mimic the effects of the hormones cortisone and hydrocortisone, which are naturally pro…

Meanings of Hydrodynamics:

plural noun

The branch of science concerned with forces acting on or exerted by fluids (especially liquids).

Usage examples:

Sailing is one of those sports which involves hydrodynamics, fluid dynamics, material science, huma…

Hydroelectric

hʌɪdrəʊɪˈlɛktrɪk

Meanings of Hydroelectric:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the generation of electricity using flowing water (typically from a reservoir held behind a dam or barrage) to drive a turbine which powers a generator.

Usage examples:

Economic and environmental aspect of the hydroelectric scheme

Hydroelectricity

ˌhaɪ.drəʊ.ɪ.lekˈtrɪs.ə.ti

Meanings of Hydroelectricity:

noun

Electricity produced by the force of fast-moving water such as rivers or waterfalls

Usage examples:

The area relies heavily on hydroelectricity., alternative power sources used include solar power, h…

Meanings of Hydrofluoric:

noun

An acidic, extremely corrosive solution of the liquid hydrogen fluoride in water.

Usage examples:

Toxic gases may be emitted, and poisoning from carbon monoxide, hydrofluoric acid, and sulphur diox…

Hydrofoil

ˈhaɪ.drə.fɔɪl

Meanings of Hydrofoil:

noun

A boat whose hull is fitted underneath with shaped vanes (foils) which lift the hull clear of the water at speed.

Usage examples:

Much of its activity is centred around the riva - the promenade - filled with a jostle of yachts, p…

Hydrogel

ˈhʌɪdrə(ʊ)dʒɛl

Meanings of Hydrogel:

noun

A gel in which the liquid component is water.

Usage examples:

Hydrogel contact lenses

Meanings of Hydrogels:

noun

A gel in which the liquid component is water.

Usage examples:

Hydrogel contact lenses

Meanings of Hydrogen:

noun

A colourless, odourless, highly flammable gas, the chemical element of atomic number 1.

Usage examples:

We know that the moon is low on certain chemicals such as hydrogen and carbon.

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