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(Chemistry) of potassium, containing potassium (silver-white metallic element)potassic
(Chemistry) potassium compound obtained from wood ashes (used in fertilizers, soaps, etc.), potassium carbonate, potassium compound used in fertilizer, potassium hydroxidepotash
abnormally low level of potassium in the blood (Medicine)hypokalemia
any method of determining the age of objects or material using the decay rates of radioactive components, such as potassium-argon., radioactive datingradiometric dating
argal, potassium depositargol
Bill Gates (born 1955), Chairman and founder of Microsoft Inc.; family nameGates
bromine compound, compound of bromine formerly used as a sedative (Chemistry), potassium bromide, uninteresting person, unoriginal sayingbromide
chemical compound used as a fertilizer and as a source of potassium salts, mineral used as fertilizerkainite
chemical in plants, chemical in urine, potassium salt present in sweat and urine (Biochemistry); glucoside which occurs in plants and is a natural source of indigo dyeindican
chemical used in baking powder, potassium hydrogen tartratepotassium bitartrate
Chile saltpeter, natural form of potassium nitrate (used to manufacture gun powder and fireworks)saltpeter
entrance to heaven, gates of heaven, entrance to ParadisePearly Gates
fiend, hound guarding hell, mythical watchdog that guarded the gates of hell (Greek Mythology); wicked or evil person;hellhound
glassy potassium feldsparsanidine
harden metal with cyanide, lethal poison (Chemistry), poisonous salt, potassium cyanide, sodium cyanide, treat ore with sodium cyanidecyanide
internationally acclaimed software company started in 1975 by Bill Gates with headquarters in Washington (USA), manufacturer of computer technology for personal and business computing offering a vast range of software (inc. popular OS "Windows", Deskto...Microsoft
lattice, structure of interwoven strips of wood or metal (used for windows, gates, etc.)latticework
natural form of potassium nitrate (used to manufacture gun powder and fireworks)saltpetre
niter, white crystalline salt used in the manufacture of gunpowder and fertilizer (i.e. sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate)nitre
O.K.; alright, I agree (Internet Slang), one thousand, one thousand dollars, potassium, Potassium; silver-white metallic element (Chemistry)K
potassium bitartratepotassium hydrogen tartrate
potassium carbonatepearl ash
potassium hydroxidecaustic potash
potassium nitrate, sodium nitrate, white crystalline salt used in the manufacture of gunpowder and fertilizer (i.e. sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate)niter
potassium oresylvite; sylvine
sodium-potassium exchange processsodium pump
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