a salt of bromic acid.
to treat with bromine; brominate.
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any salt or ester of bromic acid, containing the monovalent group -BrO3 or ion BrO3–
to add bromate to (a product), as in the treatment of flour
v. bro·mat·ed, bro·mat·ing, bro·mates
To treat a substance chemically with a bromate.
A salt or ester containing the group BrO3.
any of the swollen hyphal tips of certain fungi, on which ants can feed.
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any of numerous grasses of the genus Bromus, having flat blades and open clusters of flower spikelets. Historical Examples Natural History of the Prairie Vole (Mammalian Genus Microtus) E. W. Jameson
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