verb (used with object)
to mention or introduce (an idea, proposition, plan, etc.) for consideration or possible action:
The architect suggested that the building be restored.
to propose (a person or thing) as suitable or possible for some purpose:
We suggested him for president.
(of things) to prompt the consideration, making, doing, etc., of:
The glove suggests that she was at the scene of the crime.
to bring before a person’s mind indirectly or without plain expression:
I didn’t tell him to leave, I only suggested it.
to call (something) up in the mind through association or natural connection of ideas:
The music suggests a still night.
verb (transitive; may take a clause as object)
to put forward (a plan, idea, etc) for consideration: I suggest Smith for the post, a plan suggested itself
to evoke (a person, thing, etc) in the mind of someone by the association of ideas: that painting suggests home to me
to give an indirect or vague hint of: his face always suggests his peace of mind
noun 1. Chemistry. a salt or ester of sulfuric acid. verb (used with object), sulfated, sulfating. 2. to combine, treat, or impregnate with sulfuric acid, a sulfate, or sulfates. 3. to convert into a sulfate. 4. Electricity. to form a deposit of lead-sulfate compound on (the lead electrodes of a storage battery). verb (used without […]
verb (used with object), sulfatized, sulfatizing. 1. to convert into a sulfate, as by the roasting of ores.
sulfhemoglobinemia sulf·he·mo·glo·bi·ne·mi·a (sŭlf-hē’mə-glō’bə-nē’mē-ə) n. The presence of sulfmethemoglobin in the blood.
adjective, Chemistry. 1. mercapto. sulfhydryl sulf·hy·dryl (sŭlf-hī’drəl) n. The univalent radical group, SH, present in many biologically active molecules such as coenzymes and certain proteins.