[meth-uh-nawl, -nol] /ˈmɛθ əˌnɔl, -ˌnɒl/
a colourless volatile poisonous liquid compound used as a solvent and fuel. Formula: CH3OH Also called methyl alcohol, wood alcohol
“methyl alcohol,” 1892 (adopted that year by the international scientific community), from methyl + -ol, suffix denoting “alcohol.”
methanol meth·a·nol (měth’ə-nôl’, -nōl’)
A colorless, toxic, flammable liquid used as an antifreeze, a general solvent, a fuel, and a denaturant for ethyl alcohol. Also called carbinol, methyl alcohol, wood alcohol.
A colorless, toxic, flammable liquid used as a general solvent, antifreeze, and fuel. Also called methyl alcohol, wood alcohol. Chemical formula: CH4O.
[me-than-thuh-leen] /mɛˈθæn θəˌlin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a compound, C 2 1 H 2 6 BrNO 3 , used in the form of its bromide in the treatment of excessive sweating and salivation, peptic ulcer, stomach cramps, and other conditions resulting from nerve dysfunction.
[muh-thak-wuh-lohn, meth-uh-kwey-lohn, -kwol-ohn] /məˈθæk wəˌloʊn, ˌmɛθ əˈkweɪ loʊn, -ˈkwɒl oʊn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a nonbarbiturate sedative-hypnotic substance, C 1 6 H 1 4 N 2 O, used to induce sleep: also widely used as an illicit drug. /ˌmɛθəˈkweɪləʊn/ noun 1. a nonbarbituate sedative drug used to treat stress and insomnia. Formula: C16H14N2O n. hypnotic sedative […]
metHb abbr. methemoglobin methemoglobin
[meth-uh-dreen, -drin] /ˈmɛθ əˌdrin, -drɪn/ Pharmacology, Trademark. 1. a brand of . n. 1939, proprietary name of a brand of methamphetamine (by Wellcome Ltd.); slang abbreviation meth is attested from 1967.