a stitch that produces picots, or loops, of thread that extend beneath a row of connecting or finishing stitches.
[pee-kuh-weyv, pahy-] /ˈpi kəˌweɪv, ˈpaɪ-/ verb (used with object), picowaved, picowaving. 1. to irradiate (food) with gamma rays in order to retard spoilage.
[pi-kram-ik] /pɪˈkræm ɪk/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a red, crystalline substance, C 6 H 5 N 3 O 5 , soluble in alcohol, used chiefly in the manufacture of azo dyes.
[pik-reyt] /ˈpɪk reɪt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a salt or ester of . /ˈpɪkreɪt/ noun 1. any salt or ester of picric acid, such as sodium picrate 2. a charge-transfer complex formed by picric acid picrate pic·rate (pĭk’rāt’) n. A salt or an ester of picric acid.
noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellow, crystalline, water-soluble, intensely bitter, poisonous acid, C 6 H 3 N 3 O 7 , used chiefly in explosives. /ˈpɪkrɪk/ noun 1. a toxic sparingly soluble crystalline yellow acid used as a dye, antiseptic, and explosive. Formula: C6H2OH(NO2)3 Systematic name 2,4,6-trinitrophenol See also lyddite picric acid pic·ric acid (pĭk’rĭk) n. […]