Gas synonyms

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Visible particles of moisture floating in the air, as fog, mist, or steam
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An incessant or indiscreet talker.
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(Uncountable, North America) A flammable liquid consisting of a mixture of refined petroleum hydrocarbons, mainly used as a motor fuel; petrol.
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Talk to little purpose; trifling talk; unmeaning loquacity.
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Inarticulate speech; constant or confused murmur.
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A state of matter
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An easy, informal talk or conversation
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Alternative spelling of chit-chat.
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The definition of jabber is excited, fast and often nonsensical talk.
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A colorless, flammable liquid used as a solvent and formerly used as an anesthetic. Ether consists of two ethyl groups joined by an oxygen atom. Also called diethyl ether, ethyl ether. Chemical formula: C4H10O.
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Plural form of fume
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Talk; esp., idle chatter
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Prattle means baby talk.
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A loud laugh, esp. as audience response to comedy
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(Uncountable) The quality of being absurd or inconsistent with obvious truth, reason, or sound judgment. [First attested in the early 16th century.]
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A funny anecdote with a punchline
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The sound of laughing; laughter.
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A state of matter
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A state of matter
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The compressed gas in a pressurised container (especially an aerosol can) that is used to expel its content
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*Gasoline
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(Medicine) An anesthetic (anesthetic substance) that causes loss of sensation to the whole body.
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The definition of chloroform is a clear, toxic liquid that can be used as a cooling agent, as a solvent or as an anesthetic.
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A colorless, sweet-tasting gas, N2 O, used as a mild anesthetic in dentistry and surgery.
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Attributive form of laughing gas
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A person who blabs; a tattler; a telltale.
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Light conversation about common, everyday things; chitchat
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One of the open-forked ends of rods controlling reversing in early steam engines.
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A sound suggesting the cry of an owl, especially the sound of a horn.
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*Gasoline
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A rare, gaseous chemical element, one of the noble gases, present in very small quantities in air: basically inert, it reacts with fluorine and some other elements under special conditions: symbol, Kr; at. no. 36
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A sudden, unreasoning, hysterical fear, often spreading quickly
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To cause to make a sudden, sharp sound
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To talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially
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The definition of a scream is a loud and high-pitched cry, or a something or someone who is very funny.
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Any similar sound
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The definition of a riot is a violent uprising or wild disturbance by a crowd, or an outburst or torrent of uncontrolled feelings or emotions.
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(Informal) To scare, startle, unsettle, or unnerve.
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To talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially
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To use and adopt (information) in order to understand an issue, make a decision, etc.
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Spiel is defined as to give a long-winded speech about why people should do something.
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(Slang, former) To scold or reprove, esp. repeatedly
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(Archaic) A reason for merriment
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(Organic chemistry) The official IUPAC name for the organic chemical compound ethylene. The simplest alkene, a colorless gaseous (at room temperature and pressure) hydrocarbon with the chemical formula C2H4.
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A colorless, poisonous, highly flammable gaseous hydrocarbon, HC⋮CH, produced by the reaction of water and calcium carbide: used in organic compound synthesis, for lighting, and with oxygen in welding: the simplest alkyne
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(Inorganic chemistry) A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH3, with a pungent smell and taste.
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(Organic chemistry, uncountable) The n-butane isomer only.
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A colorless, odorless, incombustible gas, CO2, somewhat heavier than air, that is a product of respiration and combustion: produced commercially and used widely in fire extinguishers, carbonated beverages, etc.: in photosynthesis, carbon dioxide and water are absorbed by plants, which synthesize certain carbohydrates and release oxygen into the air
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(Inorganic chemistry) A colourless, odourless, flammable, highly toxic gas
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A univalent CN group found in simple and complex cyanide compounds.
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(Organic chemistry, countable) The same compound, subjected to modification by replacing one or more of the hydrogen atoms with other radicals.
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A colorless, flammable gas that occurs naturally in certain plants and can be obtained from petroleum and natural gas. As a plant hormone, it ripens and colors fruit, and it is manufactured for use in agriculture to speed these processes. It is also used as a fuel and in making plastics. Ethylene is the simplest alkene, consisting of two carbon atoms joined by a double bond and each attached to two hydrogen atoms. Also called ethene. Chemical formula: C2H4.
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(Figuratively) Something that stimulates, encourages or maintains an action.
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(Countable) A form or sample of the element.
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Hydrogen gas was the first fuel used in inflatable aircrafts and Zeppelins, such as the Hindenburg which exploded in 1937.
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A colorless, poisonous gas that smells like rotten eggs. It is formed naturally by decaying organic matter and is the smelly component of intestinal gas. It is also emitted by volcanoes and fumaroles. Hydrogen sulfide is used in the petroleum, rubber, and mining industries, and in making sulfur. Chemical formula: H2S.
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(Chemistry) A substance that does not react chemically.
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A pungent, toxic, colorless gas, C2 H2 O, used chiefly as an acetylation agent.
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The action of the verb to laugh.
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An area of low-lying land that is usually saturated with water and is dominated by herbaceous rather than woody plants.
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A colorless, odorless, flammable gas that is the simplest hydrocarbon. It is the major constituent of natural gas and is released during the decomposition of plant or other organic compounds, as in marshes and coal mines. Methane is the first member of the alkane series. Chemical formula: CH4.
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Powder or paste made from seeds of the mustard plant, and used as a condiment or a spice.
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A member of the nobility.
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Oxygen is a colorless and odorless gas that people need to breath.
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An unstable, poisonous allotrope of oxygen having the chemical formula O3 . Ozone forms in the atmosphere through the process of photolysis, when ultraviolet radiation from the Sun strikes oxygen molecules (O2 ), causing them to split apart. When freed oxygen atoms bump into and join other O2 molecules, they form ozone. Although ozone is broken down naturally in the atmosphere through chemical reactions with other atmospheric gases (such as nitrogen, hydrogen, and chlorine), in an unpolluted atmosphere the formation and breakdown of ozone is generally balanced, and the total concentration of ozone is relatively constant. The formation and destruction rates of ozone vary with altitude in the atmosphere, and with latitude. Most ozone forms in the 15 to 30 km (10 to 19 mi) altitude range and in latitudes closest to the equator where sunshine strikes the Earth the most. The ozone is then transported northward and southward by wind and is generally most concentrated in areas above the Canadian Arctic and Siberia and above Antarctica. Ozone is used commercially in water purification, in air conditioning, and as a bleach.
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A colorless, gaseous hydrocarbon found in petroleum and natural gas. It is widely used as a fuel. Propane is the third member of the alkane series. Chemical formula: C3H8.
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A colorless, odorless, radioactive element in the noble gas group. It is produced by the radioactive decay of radium and occurs in minute amounts in soil, rocks, and the air near the ground. Radon is used as a source of radiation for the treatment of cancer and other diseases. Its most stable isotope is Rn 222 with a half-life of 3.82 days. Atomic number 86; melting point −71°C; boiling point −61.8°C; specific gravity (solid) 4.
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the state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by: relatively low density and viscosity; relatively great expansion and contraction with changes in pressure and temperature; the ability to diffuse readily; and the spontaneous tendency to become distributed uniformly throughout any container
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A heavy, gaseous chemical element (symbol Xe) of the noble gases group with an atomic number of 54.
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(Physics) A substance that is flowing, and keeping no shape, such as water; a substance of which the molecules, while not tending to separate from one another like those of a gas, readily change their relative position, and which therefore retains no definite shape, except that determined by the containing receptacle; an inelastic fluid.
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(Physics) One of four main states of matter , in which the molecules vibrate about fixed positions and cannot migrate to other positions in the substance. Unlike a gas or liquid, a solid has a fixed shape, and unlike a gas, a solid has a fixed volume. In most solids (with exceptions such as glass), the molecules are arranged in crystal lattices of various sizes.
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(Physics) A particle accelerator.
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a pedal that controls the throttle valve
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(US, automotive) Accelerator; foot control for fuel flow.
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The definition of a throttle is a valve that controls the fluid flow.
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A device or tool that applies something rather than projecting it.
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The release of such gas, farting.
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(Chiefly dated) flatulence
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Alternative spelling of gasoline.
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(Chiefly Australia, New Zealand, UK) Petroleum, a fluid consisting of a mixture of refined petroleum hydrocarbons, primarily consisting of octane, commonly used as a motor fuel.
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A mixture of hydrocarbon gases that occurs naturally beneath the Earth's surface, often with or near petroleum deposits. Natural gas contains mostly of methane but also has varying amounts of ethane, propane, butane, and nitrogen. It is used as a fuel and in making organic compounds.
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To talk proudly about deeds, abilities, etc., either one's own or those of someone close to one, esp. in a manner showing too much pride and satisfaction; brag
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To spy out or otherwise get information on (racehorses)
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(Intransitive) To fall violently or noisily.
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show off
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To boast (about) in a showy way
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To put out of breath; to cause to blow from fatigue.
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To blow in loud, violent gusts, as the wind during a storm.
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To boast about (something); brag of
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Alternative spelling of gasconade.
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