a sweet, gummy substance derived from an infusion of malt.
a sticky substance obtained from an infusion of malt
[mal-thuh] /ˈmæl θə/ noun 1. a liquid bitumen used in ancient times as a mortar or waterproofing agent. 2. any of various natural mixtures of bituminous hydrocarbons. 3. a viscous mineral liquid or semiliquid bitumen; a mineral tar. /ˈmælθə/ noun 1. another name for mineral tar 2. any of various naturally occurring mixtures of hydrocarbons, […]
[mal-theen] /ˈmæl θin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
[mal-thuh s] /ˈmæl θəs/ noun 1. Thomas Robert, 1766–1834, English economist and clergyman. /ˈmælθəs/ noun 1. Thomas Robert. 1766–1834, English economist. He propounded his population theory in An Essay on the Principle of Population (1798)
[mal-thoo-zhuh n, -zee-uh n] /mælˈθu ʒən, -zi ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the theories of T. R. , which state that population tends to increase faster, at a geometrical ratio, than the means of subsistence, which increases at an arithmetical ratio, and that this will result in an inadequate supply of the goods […]