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Meanings of Mercaptal:

noun

Any of a series of compounds with the general formula rch(sr′)₂, formed by the acid-catalysed reaction of a thiol (mercaptan) with an aldehyde.

Mercaptan

məˈkapt(ə)n

Meanings of Mercaptan:

noun

Another term for thiol.

Meanings of Mercaptide:

noun

A salt of a thiol (mercaptan), containing the anion rs−.

Meanings of Mercaptides:

noun

A salt of a thiol (mercaptan), containing the anion rs−.

Meanings of Mercaptopurine:

noun

Any of various thiol derivatives of purine; specifically 6-mercaptopurine, c₅ h₄ n₄ s, an antineoplastic agent given orally in the treatment of leukaemia.

Meanings of Mercatoria:

adjective

Of, relating to, or derived from mercator's projection or chart.

Meanings of Mercatorial:

adjective

Of, relating to, or derived from mercator's projection or chart.

Meanings of Mercedarian:

noun

A member of the order of our lady of mercy (also called our lady of ransom), a religious institution founded by st peter nolasco in barcelona in the early 13th century to free christians taken prisoner by the muslims, which subsequently turned chiefly to charitable activities, such as hospital work.

Mercenaries

ˈməːsɪn(ə)ri

Meanings of Mercenaries:

noun

A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army.

Usage examples:

He had planned to seize power with the aid of a group of mercenaries
adjective

Primarily concerned with making money at the expense of ethics.

Usage examples:

The crime was committed out of mercenary motives

Meanings of Mercenarily:

adverb

In a mercenary manner.

Mercenary

ˈmɜː.sən.ri

Meanings of Mercenary:

adjective

Primarily concerned with making money at the expense of ethics.

Usage examples:

She's nothing but a mercenary little gold-digger
noun

A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army.

Usage examples:

He had planned to seize power with the aid of a group of mercenaries

Meanings of Mercer:

noun

A dealer in textile fabrics, especially silks, velvets, and other fine materials.

Usage examples:

Allders started life in 1862 when 24-year-old joshua allder set up a linen draper and silk mercer a…

Meanings of Mercerization:

noun

The process of treating cotton yarn or fabric (often under tension) with a concentrated solution of sodium hydroxide or other base, in order to impart strength and lustre and to increase affinity for dyes.

Mercerized

ˈməːsərʌɪzd

Meanings of Mercerized:

adjective

(of cotton fabric or thread) treated under tension with caustic alkali to impart strength and lustre.

Usage examples:

Shorts in white mercerized cotton

Meanings of Mercerizes:

verb

To treat (cotton yarn or fabric) by the process of mercerization.

Meanings of Mercerizing:

noun

= mercerization .

Mercers

ˈməːsə

Meanings of Mercers:

noun

A dealer in textile fabrics, especially silks, velvets, and other fine materials.

Usage examples:

Allders started life in 1862 when 24-year-old joshua allder set up a linen draper and silk mercer a…

Merch

mɜːtʃ

Meanings of Merch:

noun

Short for merchandise.

Usage examples:

Any merch involving elvis, the beatles, the stones, led zeppelin, or punk-rock legends moves quickly

Meanings of Merchandise:

noun

Goods to be bought and sold.

Usage examples:

Shops which offered an astonishing range of merchandise
verb

Promote the sale of (goods), especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

A new breakfast food can easily be merchandised

Merchandised

ˈmɜː.tʃən.daɪz

Meanings of Merchandised:

verb

Promote the sale of (goods), especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

A new breakfast food can easily be merchandised
noun

Goods to be bought and sold.

Usage examples:

Shops which offered an astonishing range of merchandise

Merchandiser

ˈmɜːtʃəndaɪzər

Meanings of Merchandiser:

noun

A person or organization that sells products

Usage examples:

The merchandiser said demand for products from the film had been significantly less than expected.,…

Meanings of Merchandisers:

noun

A person or organization that sells products

Usage examples:

The merchandiser said demand for products from the film had been significantly less than expected.,…

Meanings of Merchandises:

verb

Promote the sale of (goods), especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

A new breakfast food can easily be merchandised
noun

Goods to be bought and sold.

Usage examples:

Shops which offered an astonishing range of merchandise

Merchandising

ˈmɜː.tʃən.daɪ.zɪŋ

Meanings of Merchandising:

noun

The activity of promoting the sale of goods, especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

Problems rooted in poor merchandising
verb

Promote the sale of (goods), especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

A new breakfast food can easily be merchandised

Meanings of Merchandize:

verb

Promote the sale of (goods), especially by their presentation in retail outlets.

Usage examples:

A new breakfast food can easily be merchandised
noun

Goods to be bought and sold.

Usage examples:

Shops which offered an astonishing range of merchandise

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