[kohl-ches-ter, -chuh-ster] /ˈkoʊlˌtʃɛs tər, -tʃə stər/
a city in NE Essex, in E England.
a town in W Vermont.
a town in E England, in NE Essex; university (1964). Pop: 104 390 (2001) Latin name Camulodunum (ˌkæmjʊləʊˈdjuːnəm; ˌkæmʊləʊˈduːnəm)
[kol-chuh-seen, -sin, kol-kuh-] /ˈkɒl tʃəˌsin, -sɪn, ˈkɒl kə-/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a pale yellow, crystalline alkaloid, C 22 H 25 NO 6 , the active principle of . /ˈkɒltʃɪˌsiːn; -sɪn; ˈkɒlkɪ-/ noun 1. a pale-yellow crystalline alkaloid extracted from seeds or corms of the autumn crocus. It is used in the treatment of gout and […]
[kol-chi-kuh m, kol-ki-] /ˈkɒl tʃɪ kəm, ˈkɒl kɪ-/ noun 1. any Old World plant of the genus Colchicum, of the lily family, especially the autumn crocus, C. autumnale. 2. the dried seeds or corms of this plant. 3. Pharmacology. a medicine or drug prepared from them, used in medicine chiefly in the treatment of gout. […]
[kol-kis] /ˈkɒl kɪs/ noun 1. an ancient country in Asia, S of the Caucasus and bordering on the Black Sea: the land of the Golden Fleece and of Medea in Greek mythology. /ˈkɒlkɪs/ noun 1. an ancient country on the Black Sea south of the Caucasus; the land of Medea and the Golden Fleece in […]
[kol-kuh-ther] /ˈkɒl kə θər/ noun, Chemistry. 1. the brownish-red oxide of iron produced by heating ferrous sulfate: used chiefly as a pigment in paints and theatrical rouge, and as a polishing agent. /ˈkɒlkəˌθɑː/ noun 1. a finely powdered form of ferric oxide produced by heating ferric sulphate and used as a pigment and as jewellers’ […]