noting an electrolytic compound which splits into two ions, each with a valence of two.
a piece of cloth, plastic, or paper that covers the chest and is often tied under the chin of a child to protect the clothing while the child is eating. any similar cloth or part of a garment. the front part of an apron, overalls, or similar protective garment above the waist. Fencing. a piece […]
having two branches, chambers, or houses, as a legislative body. Contemporary Examples John McCain’s Middle East War Drumbeat: Iraq, Libya, and Now Syria Lloyd Green May 31, 2013 Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013 Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013 The Week in […]
divided into two capsules. having a divided or two-part capsule. adjective (of plants) having two capsules or one capsule with two chambers
Informal. sodium bicarbonate. bicarbonate. bicarbonate of soda. Historical Examples Explorations in Australia, The Journals of John McDouall Stuart John McDouall Stuart noun short for bicarbonate of soda See sodium bicarbonate