חוּמצָהחָמוּץ, חָמִיץ, מִלחִי, רְצִינִי, חָמוּר
Noun(1) any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt(2) street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
Adjective(1) harsh or corrosive in tone(2) being sour to the taste(3) having the characteristics of an acid
(1) Railroad crews also were checking the rail lines and a rail car was being sent along the route with a solution of baking soda and water to neutralize the acid .(2) But the real innovation is the fact that you can change the background colour from that acid green to any combination of two intense primary colours.(3) He makes some quite acid comments about the seventies mystical counterculture which make for very amusing reading now.(4) His antimilitarism and acid comments on ├ö├ç├┐the military mind├ö├ç├û will probably antagonize many present-day soldiers.(5) Most of the corrosive acid quickly evaporated from the road that was warmed by early morning sunshine and a fresh breeze helped it to quickly dissipate into the atmosphere.(6) He has become more prominent since Henry took over in November 1999 and adds the sugar to the coach's acid remarks when things are not going well.(7) At higher elevations on these mountains, the parent material is acid crystalline rock.(8) The entrance is enhanced by plants such as ready grown, trees, magnolias and other plants suited to the acid soil of the area with ready grown creepers lining the pillars.(9) He has used mescaline, cocaine and acid , although he has not indulged in intravenous drugs.(10) Two teenagers were lucky to still have their sight, after they were sprayed in the face with a corrosive acid in an apparently unprovoked attack on Chiswick High Road.(11) She reckons you can get away with virtually anything, particularly acid colours.(12) In the garden it likes sun or partial shade and well-drained acid soil - like most Ericas it dislikes being grown in limy conditions.(13) acid trip(14) This may enhance pleasant tastes and decrease salty, bitter, or acid tastes.(15) The intention here is surely to eliminate ├ö├ç├┐producer opera├ö├ç├û, about which Sharpe makes some acid remarks.(16) acid soil
(1) acid rain :: גשם חומצי
1. acidic ::
2. acerbic ::
3. acidulous ::
4. superman ::
1. amiable ::
Different Formsacid, acidic, acidity, acidly, acidosis, acids, nonacid
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