noun, (usually used with a singular verb)
ethyl alcohol denatured with methyl alcohol for the purpose of preventing its use as an alcoholic beverage.
(functioning as singular or pl) alcohol that has been denatured by the addition of methanol and pyridine and a violet dye Also called metho, meths


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