chloropsia chlo·rop·si·a (klə-rŏp’sē-ə)
A condition in which all objects appear to be colored green, as may occur in digitalis intoxication.
[klawr-oh-spi-nel, -spin-l, klohr-] /ˌklɔr oʊ spɪˈnɛl, -ˈspɪn l, ˌkloʊr-/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a variety of used as a gem, colored grass-green by the presence of copper.
[klawr-oh-suhl-fon-ik, klohr-, klawr-, klohr-] /ˈklɔr oʊ sʌlˈfɒn ɪk, ˈkloʊr-, ˌklɔr-, ˌkloʊr-/ noun 1. a colorless or yellowish, highly corrosive, pungent liquid, HClO 3 S, usually produced by treating sulfur trioxide with hydrogen chloride: used in organic synthesis to introduce the sulfonyl chloride group, =SO 2 Cl.
[klawr-uh-thal-uh-nil, klohr-] /ˌklɔr əˈθæl ə nɪl, ˌkloʊr-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a crystalline compound, C 8 Cl 4 N 2, used as a fungicide on vegetable crops, peanuts, and lawns, and as a preservative in adhesives and paints.
[klawr-uh-thahy-uh-zahyd, klohr-] /ˌklɔr əˈθaɪ əˌzaɪd, ˌkloʊr-/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a white, crystalline, slightly water-soluble powder, C 7 H 6 ClN 3 O 4 S 2 , used as a diuretic and in the treatment of hypertension. /ˌklɔːrəˈθaɪəˌzaɪd/ noun 1. a diuretic drug administered orally in the treatment of chronic heart and kidney disease and hypertension. […]