chemical decomposition resulting from the interaction of a compound and an .
alcoholysis al·co·hol·y·sis (āl’kə-hô’lĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. al·co·hol·y·ses (-sēz’)
A reaction in which a chemical bond is broken by the addition of alcohol.
noun trademark a breath-alcohol ignition-interlock device, which is fitted to the ignition in certain motor vehicles. The driver must blow into a tube and, if his or her breath contains too much alcohol, a lock is activated to prevent the vehicle starting
a noted archer who helped Hercules abduct the cattle of Geryon. a Trojan warrior who wounded Odysseus while trying to seize the body of Achilles and who was later killed by Odysseus. Contemporary Examples Alcon Entertainment, which financed and produced the film, worked with Warner Bros. on more traditional marketing. Hollywood’s Christian Blockbuster Nicole LaPorte […]
noun a form of pure grain spirit distilled in Quebec
noun (informal) an alcoholic drink that tastes like a soft drink noun a British alcoholic lemonade that is 4.7 percent alcohol Examples There is concern that the successful marketing of alcopops to young people reduces awareness of the alcoholic content of these drinks. Word Origin from ‘alcohol’ and (soda) ‘pop’
alcool-90 language An object-oriented extension of ML with run-time overloading and a type-based notion of modules, functors and inheritance. It is built on CAML Light. (ftp://ftp.inria.fr/lang/alcool). E-mail: . (1995-04-18)