[mal-thuh] /ˈmæl θə/
a liquid bitumen used in ancient times as a mortar or waterproofing agent.
any of various natural mixtures of bituminous hydrocarbons.
a viscous mineral liquid or semiliquid bitumen; a mineral tar.
another name for mineral tar
any of various naturally occurring mixtures of hydrocarbons, such as ozocerite
[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 […]
[mawlt] /mɔlt/ noun 1. germinated grain, usually barley, used in brewing and distilling. 2. any alcoholic beverage, as beer, ale, or , fermented from malt. 3. whisky, as Scotch, that is distilled entirely from malted barley. 4. (def 2). verb (used with object) 5. to convert (grain) into malt by soaking it in water and […]