[fur-fyuh-ral, -fuh-] /ˈfɜr fyəˌræl, -fə-/
a colorless, oily liquid, C 5 H 4 O 2 , having an aromatic odor, obtained from bran, sugar, wood, corncobs, or the like, by distillation: used chiefly in the manufacture of plastics and as a solvent in the refining of lubricating oils.
a colourless flammable soluble mobile liquid with a penetrating odour, present in oat and rice hulls; 2-furaldehyde: used as a solvent and in the manufacture of resins. Formula: C5H4O2 Also called furfural
A colorless, sweet-smelling, liquid made from corncobs and used as a solvent in petroleum refining and as a fungicide and weed killer. It turns reddish brown when exposed to air and light. Furfural is an aldehyde of furan. Chemical formula: C5H4O2.
[fur-fyuh-ran, -fuh-] /ˈfɜr fyəˌræn, -fə-/ noun 1. . /ˈfɜːfəˌræn; ˈfɜːfjʊ-/ noun 1. another name for furan
[fur-fyer-uh l, -fer-] /ˈfɜr fyər əl, -fər-/ noun 1. (erroneously) .
[fyoo r-ee-ee] /ˈfyʊər iˌi/ plural noun, Roman Mythology. 1. (def 3).
[fyoo r-ee] /ˈfyʊər i/ noun, plural furies. 1. unrestrained or violent anger, rage, passion, or the like: The gods unleashed their fury on the offending mortal. 2. violence; vehemence; fierceness: the fury of a hurricane; a fury of creative energy. 3. Furies, Classical Mythology. minor female divinities: the daughters of Gaea who punished crimes at […]