Catalyst synonyms

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The definition of an enzyme is a protein created by an organism that increases the rate at which chemical reactions occur.
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Something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, that induces action or motivates effort.
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An implement for shaking or mixing.
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(Advertising) a research rating that measures how the rational and emotional elements of a commercial affect consumer intention to consider, visit, or buy something.
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Something different; variety:
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(Christianity) An adherent of synergism.
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(Chemistry) any vessel designed to hold the compounds involved in a chemical reaction; a reaction vessel
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The definition of a spark is a small burst of fire that comes off of a main fire, a person with a fiery personality, or the small seeds of some intense feeling or emotion.
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A thing or person that activates
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A buttress, as of masonry, or any similar structure
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(Chemistry) any of the participants present at the start of a chemical reaction
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A person who intentionally incites or starts something, especially one that starts trouble.
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Something that has an impact or an effect on an organism so that its behavior is modified in a detectable way.
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Any agent used to make dough rise or to have a similar effect on baked goods.
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A residential building consisting of flats.
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A causing to be leavened
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Any substance that inhibits the activity of a catalyst.
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(Nautical) An arrangement, made with ropes and blocks, that prevents the boom of a sailing boat from performing a jibe.
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Any driving impulse; spur
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A blocking or being blocked
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An agent of ferment or activity:
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(Physics) A device that accelerates charged subatomic particles.
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Means of preventing
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Find another word for catalyst. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for catalyst, like: enzyme, incentive, agitator, motivation, change, synergist, chemical-reactor, spark, activator, modificator and spur.