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From Middle English liquide, from Old French liquide, from Latin liquidus (“fluid, liquid, moist”), from lique? (“to be liquid, be fluid”). Doublet of liquidus. As a term for a consonant, it comes from Latin liquida (c?ns?n?ns), a calque of Ancient Greek ????? (????????) (hugròn (súmph?non), “liquid consonant”).
- enPR: l?k'w?d, IPA(key): /?l?kw?d/
- Hyphenation: liq?uid
liquid (countable and uncountable, plural liquids)
- 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.
- Coordinate terms: solid, gas
- Hyponyms: ideal liquid, non-ideal liquid
- (phonetics) A class of consonant sounds that includes l and r.
- Hypernyms: approximant, consonant
- Coordinate term: glide
The differentiation of a liquid as an incompressible fluid is not strictly correct, experiments having shown that liquids are compressible to a very limited extent. See fluid.
liquid (comparative more liquid, superlative most liquid)
- Flowing freely like water; fluid; not solid and not gaseous; composed of particles that move freely among each other on the slightest pressure.
- (finance, of an asset) Easily sold or disposed of without losing value.
- (finance, of a market) Having sufficient trading activity to make buying or selling easy.
- Flowing or sounding smoothly or without abrupt transitions or harsh tones.
- (phonology) Pronounced without any jar or harshness; smooth.
- Fluid and transparent.
- (flowing freely like water): flowy, fluxive; see also Thesaurus:runny
- (flowing freely): solid; gaseous
- (easily sold): illiquid
- (having sufficient activity): illiquid
- liquid in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.
- liquid in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.
- liquid on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Alternative form of liquide
From Latin liquidus.
liquid m (feminine singular liquida, masculine plural liquids, feminine plural liquidas)
liquid m (plural liquids)
- Joan de Cantalausa (2006) Diccionari general occitan a partir dels parlars lengadocians, 2 edition, ?ISBN, page 607.
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octo- +? naphthene
octonaphthene (usually uncountable, plural octonaphthenes)
- (organic chemistry) A colourless liquid hydrocarbon, 1,3 dimethylcyclohexane, occurring in petroleum.
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