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Meanings of Carboxyl:

noun

Of or denoting the acid radical —cooh, present in most organic acids.

Usage examples:

The carboxyl group

Carboxylase

kɑːˈbɒksɪleɪz

Meanings of Carboxylase:

noun

An enzyme which catalyses the addition of a carboxyl group to a specified substrate.

Usage examples:

Chlorophyll contents, as well as concentrations of the carboxylation enzymes rubisco and phosphoeno…

Carboxylate

kɑːˈbɒksɪleɪt

Meanings of Carboxylate:

noun

A salt or ester of a carboxylic acid.

Usage examples:

Alkaline earth metal ions more readily bind ‘hard’ ligands such as phosphates, carboxylates, and hy…
verb

Add a carboxyl group to (a compound).

Usage examples:

Warfarin prevents vitamin k from carboxylating the vitamin k-dependent clotting factors

Meanings of Carboxylated:

adjective

(of a compound) containing an added carboxyl group.

Usage examples:

Carboxylated polysaccharides
verb

Add a carboxyl group to (a compound).

Usage examples:

Warfarin prevents vitamin k from carboxylating the vitamin k-dependent clotting factors

Carboxylating

kɑːˈbɒksɪleɪt

Meanings of Carboxylating:

verb

Add a carboxyl group to (a compound).

Usage examples:

Warfarin prevents vitamin k from carboxylating the vitamin k-dependent clotting factors
noun

A salt or ester of a carboxylic acid.

Usage examples:

Alkaline earth metal ions more readily bind ‘hard’ ligands such as phosphates, carboxylates, and hy…

Meanings of Carboxypeptidase:

noun

Any of a number of enzymes which hydrolyse oligopeptides and polypeptides by removing a terminal amino acid containing a free carboxyl group.

Carboy

ˈkɑːbɔɪ

Meanings of Carboy:

noun

A large globular glass bottle with a narrow neck, typically protected by a frame and used for holding acids or other corrosive liquids.

Usage examples:

Stainless steel containers, and glass bottles and carboys (larger containers) are best.

Carboys

ˈkɑːbɔɪ

Meanings of Carboys:

noun

A large globular glass bottle with a narrow neck, typically protected by a frame and used for holding acids or other corrosive liquids.

Usage examples:

Stainless steel containers, and glass bottles and carboys (larger containers) are best.

Meanings of Carbro:

noun

A variant of the carbon process in which a sensitized gelatin sheet bearing carbon or a coloured pigment is placed in direct contact with a bromide print to produce a monochrome image (either black and white or coloured). frequently attributive in "carbro print", "carbro process", etc.

Meanings of Carbuncle:

noun

A severe abscess or multiple boil in the skin, typically infected with staphylococcus bacteria.

Usage examples:

It can be made into a salve or the tincture can be painted on boils, felons, carbuncles, abscesses,…

Meanings of Carbuncled:

adjective

Affected with a carbuncle or carbuncles; red or shining like a carbuncle. frequently with reference to "carbuncle": (of the face or nose) marked with red pimples or spots.

Carbuncles

ˈkɑː.bʌŋ.kəl

Meanings of Carbuncles:

noun

A severe abscess or multiple boil in the skin, typically infected with staphylococcus bacteria.

Usage examples:

It can be made into a salve or the tincture can be painted on boils, felons, carbuncles, abscesses,…

Meanings of Carburant:

noun

A liquid or vaporized hydrocarbon which is either mixed with air for burning as a fuel or added to a fuel–air mixture in order to enrich it, especially in an internal combustion engine.

Meanings of Carburation:

noun

The process of mixing air with a fine spray of liquid hydrocarbon fuel, as in an internal combustion engine.

Usage examples:

Then he calls in the shop foreman who examines it in more detail, calling in the mechanic or the el…

Carburator

kɑːbjʊˈrɛtə

Meanings of Carburator:

noun

A device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel.

Usage examples:

The most obvious change was the switch from putting fuel in the engine with a carburettor to using …

Meanings of Carburet:

noun

A compound formed by the chemical combination of carbon with another element.

verb

To combine or impregnate (a substance) with carbon or its compounds; especially to enrich (a fuel or fuel–air mixture) with hydrocarbons.

Meanings of Carburetant:

noun

= carburant .

Meanings of Carbureted:

adjective

(of a vehicle or engine) having fuel supplied through a carburettor, rather than an injector.

Usage examples:

The engine is still carbureted, the flaps remain manual, the prop is fixed and the basic airplane i…

Meanings of Carbureting:

noun

The action or process of combining or impregnating a substance with carbon or a compound of carbon; especially the enrichment of a fuel or fuel–air mixture with hydrocarbons.

Carburetion

ˌkɑː.bjəˈreʃ.ən

Meanings of Carburetion:

noun

The process of mixing fuel and air to produce the gas that is burned to provide power for operating a vehicle or machine

Usage examples:

The carburetor mixes the fuel with air by carburetion., poor carburetion meant the boat was operati…

Carburetor

ˌkɑː.bəˈret.ər

Meanings of Carburetor:

noun

A device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel.

Usage examples:

The most obvious change was the switch from putting fuel in the engine with a carburettor to using …

Meanings of Carburetors:

noun

A device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel.

Usage examples:

The most obvious change was the switch from putting fuel in the engine with a carburettor to using …

Meanings of Carburetted:

adjective

(of a vehicle or engine) having fuel supplied through a carburettor, rather than an injector.

Usage examples:

The engine is still carbureted, the flaps remain manual, the prop is fixed and the basic airplane i…

Meanings of Carburetter:

noun

A device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel.

Usage examples:

The most obvious change was the switch from putting fuel in the engine with a carburettor to using …

Meanings of Carburetting:

noun

The action or process of combining or impregnating a substance with carbon or a compound of carbon; especially the enrichment of a fuel or fuel–air mixture with hydrocarbons.

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