Acid in spanish


pronunciation: ɑθidoʊ part of speech: noun, adjective
In gestures

acid = ácido. 

Example: If the spot stays yellow the paper is decidedly acid; an in-between colour (green, grey, grey-green, yellow-green) indicates mild acidity; while if the spot goes purple, the paper is near-neutral or alkaline.


» acetic acid = ácido acético.

Example: The 'vinegar syndrome' is the term used to describe the deterioration of the triacetate cellulose bases of safety films and sound tapes caused by the evaporation of acetic acid.

» acid etching = grabado al ácido.

Example: Traditionally, glass etching has been done using acid etching or sandblasting, both of which are abrasive processes with some significant drawbacks.

» acid-free = no ácido. [Adjetivo que se aplica principalmente al papel que ha sido tratado especialmente para que su grado de acidez, medido en valores pH, sea bajo pues ésta es una de las causas principales del deterioro del mismo. Pincha en para ver otros adjetivos compuestos que terminan con este sufijo]

Example: A major concern is that paper should be acid-free or alkaline.

» acid indigestion = indigestión ácida.

Example: Products containing orange peel extract deliver relief from occasional heartburn, acid indigestion, and upset stomach.

» acid paper = papel ácido. [Papel normal que normalmente tiene un grado de acidez alto, lo que contribuye a su deterioro y que generalmente se utiliza como contraposición a acid-free paper (papel no ácido)]

Example: However, the consequences of progressive deterioration, both as a result of acid paper and environmental conditions as well as by increased use, are just beginning to be realised.

» acid rain = lluvia ácida.

Example: The effect of acid rain on the environment and cultural objects have attracted considerable interest in recent years.

» acid-resistant = resistente al ácido.

Example: In fact the earliest 'zincographs' were not made photographically but by transferring a line drawing in a greasy and acid-resistant ink on to a zinc plate and then etching it.

» acid-sensitive = sensible a los ácidos.

Example: The E. coli of hay-fed cattle are acid-sensitive and are easily killed by gastric juice.

» acid test, the = prueba de fuego, la.

Example: The article is entitled 'Automated acquisitions: the acid test'.

» amino acid = aminoácido.

Example: The 2nd family, dealing with amino acid residues covalently bound in soil organic matter, yielded documents having surprisingly little overlap with those retrieved from Chemical Abstracts (CA).

» ascorbic acid = ácido ascórbico.

Example: Scurvy is a disease that occurs when you have a severe lack of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in your diet.

» benzoic acid = ácido benzoico.

Example: Organic chemical substances are actually produced with benzoic acid that acts as an essential chemical starter.

» carbolic acid = ácido carbólico, ácido fénico.

Example: Charles Shloss, a nephew by marriage of Daniel Guggenheim, committed suicide here yesterday afternoon by drinking carbolic acid.

» carbonic acid = ácido carbónico.

Example: Carbonic acid is a weak acid found in everything from soda to rain to blood.

» chloridric acid = ácido clorhídrico.

Example: Each sample was cleaned in boiling hydrogen peroxide and chloridric acid.

» citric acid = ácido cítrico.

Example: Sucrose, citric acid, sodium chloride and quinine were applied to the same areas to assess tastes responsiveness.

» DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) = ADN (ácido desoxirribonucleico).

Example: By the 1960's the model was accepted as the final conclusion regarding DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) structure.

» fatty acid = ácido graso.

Example: There is accumulating evidence of reductions in red blood cell membrane essential fatty acids in patients with schizophrenia.

» folic acid = ácido fólico.

Example: Fortified foods make a definite contribution to folic acid in the diet.

» formic acid = ácido fórmico.

Example: 'I would like some details on formic acid, its properties and manufacture'.

» hydrochloric acid = ácido clorhídrico.

Example: Swallowing hydrochloric acid can cause immediate pain and burns of the mouth, throat, esophagus and gastrointestinal tract.

» lactic acid = ácido láctico.

Example: Sore muscles comes primarily from build-up of lactic acid.

» lactic acid bacteria = cultivo láctico, bacteria del ácido láctico.

Example: Wines infected with either lactic acid bacteria can potentially produce mousy off-flavor.

» lead acid battery = batería de ácido y plomo, batería de ácido.

Example: This charger will quickly and easily charge almost any lead acid battery.

» linoleic acid = ácido linoléico.

Example: Evening primrose oil is a source of linoleic acid and is helpful in alleviating pre-menstrual breast pain in some women.

» low-acid = bajo en ácido.

Example: This article deals with the degradation of cellulose with ferric and cupric ions in a low-acid medium = Este artículo trata de la degradación de la celulosa con iones de hierro y cobre en un medio bajo en ácido.

» malic acid = ácido málico.

Example: Malic acid is the active ingredient in apple juice that softens the gallstones, making them easy and painless to pass.

» muriatic acid = ácido muriático.

Example: The best way to clean a rusty gas tank is with muriatic acid.

» nitric acid = ácido nítrico.

Example: Aquatint is the process of etching on copper or steel plates by means of nitric acid.

» nitrous acid = ácido nitroso.

Example: This s to be expected, since nitrogen dioxide reacts with moisture to form nitrous and nitric acids.

» oxalic acid = ácido oxálico.

Example: The sourness of sorrel is due to oxalic acid, which can be toxic in large quantities, so the plant should be consumed in moderation.

» pass + the acid test = pasar la prueba de fuego.

Example: Over the years, herbal medicine has passed the acid test with its satisfactory results, and no one today can question its effectiveness.

» phenic acid = ácido fénico.

Example: Lister found he could greatly reduce the number of microorganisms on wounds and incisions by using bandages treated with phenic acid.

» phosphoric acid = ácido fosfórico.

Example: Phosphoric acid is an ingredient which contributes to the tangy taste of some soft drinks, just as the citric acid found in lemons and oranges.

» saturated fatty acid = ácido graso saturado.

Example: The low saturated fatty acid concentration of rape oil relative to other vegetable oils has resulted in a favourable market share for rape.

» sulphamic acid = ácido sulfámico.

Example: A soda ash/sulphamic acid descaling treatment has been found to eliminate the problem.

» sulphuric acid = ácido sulfúrico.

Example: Note that sulphuric acid is very dangerous and shoud be handled with great caution.

» tannic acid = ácido tánico.

Example: Young red wines, usually those under 8 years old, are strong in tannic acid and require 1 to 2 hours to aerate.

» thioctic acid = ácido ziótico.

Example: The author studies the factors which have impeded the spread of information on the use of thioctic acid to treat mushroom poisoning.

» uric acid = ácido úrico.

Example: You can get rid of uric acid in your body quite naturally if you know where to look.

Acid synonyms

bitter in spanish: amargo, pronunciation: bɪtɜr part of speech: adjective acerbic in spanish: acerbo, pronunciation: əserbɪk part of speech: adjective caustic in spanish: cáustico, pronunciation: kɑstɪk part of speech: adjective, noun acrid in spanish: acre, pronunciation: ækrɪd part of speech: adjective virulent in spanish: virulento, pronunciation: vɪrələnt part of speech: adjective vitriolic in spanish: vitriólico, pronunciation: vɪtriɑlɪk part of speech: adjective unpleasant in spanish: desagradable, pronunciation: ənplezənt part of speech: adjective blistering in spanish: abrasador, pronunciation: blɪstɜrɪŋ part of speech: noun acidic in spanish: ácido, pronunciation: əsɪdɪk part of speech: adjective venomous in spanish: venenoso, pronunciation: venəməs part of speech: adjective acerb in spanish: acerbo, pronunciation: eɪkɜrb part of speech: adjective lsd in spanish: LSD, pronunciation: elesdi part of speech: noun sulfurous in spanish: sulfuroso, pronunciation: sʌlfɜrəs part of speech: adjective sulphurous in spanish: sulfúrico, pronunciation: sʌlfɜrəs part of speech: adjective lysergic acid diethylamide in spanish: Dietilamida del ácido lisérgico, pronunciation: laɪsɜrgɪkæsədiθilɑmaɪd part of speech: noun
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