[per-swey-siv, -ziv] /pərˈsweɪ sɪv, -zɪv/
able, fitted, or intended to :
a very persuasive argument.
something that ; inducement.
having the power or ability to persuade; tending to persuade: a persuasive salesman
1580s, from Middle French persuasif, from Medieval Latin persuasivus, from Latin persuas-, past participle stem of persuadere “persuade, convince” (see persuasion). Related: Persuasively; persuasiveness. Replaced earlier persuasible in this sense (see persuadable).
[per-suhl-feyt] /pərˈsʌl feɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt of persulfuric acid, as potassium persulfate, K 2 S 2 O 5 or K 2 S 2 O 8 .
[pur-suhl-fyoo r-ik, pur-] /ˈpɜr sʌlˈfyʊər ɪk, ˌpɜr-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. Also called Caro’s acid, permonosulfuric acid, peroxymonosulfuric acid, peroxysulfuric acid. a white, crystalline solid, H 2 SO 5 , used as an oxidizing agent for certain organic compounds. 2. Also called peroxydisulfuric acid. a white, crystalline solid, H 2 S 2 O 8 , used […]
- Persulphuric acid
/ˌpɜːsʌlˈfjʊərɪk/ noun 1. other names (not in technical usage) for peroxysulphuric acid
[purt] /pɜrt/ adjective, perter, pertest. 1. boldly forward in speech or behavior; impertinent; saucy. 2. jaunty and stylish; chic; natty. 3. lively; sprightly; in good health. 4. Obsolete. . [purt] /pɜrt/ noun 1. a management method of controlling and analyzing a system or program using periodic time and money reports, often computer generated, to determine […]