[eth-er-ij, eth-rij] /ˈɛθ ər ɪdʒ, ˈɛθ rɪdʒ/
Sir George, 1635?–91, English dramatist.
Sir George. ?1635–?92, English Restoration dramatist; author of the comedies The Comical Revenge (1664), She would if she could (1668), and The Man of Mode (1676)
Multi-protocol Ethernet gateway made by LRT. See Computer Systems, October 1985.
[ee-ther] /ˈi θər/ noun 1. Also called diethyl ether, diethyl oxide, ethyl ether, ethyl oxide, sulfuric ether. Chemistry, Pharmacology. a colorless, highly volatile, flammable liquid, C 4 H 10 O, having an aromatic odor and sweet, burning taste, derived from ethyl alcohol by the action of sulfuric acid: used as a solvent and, formerly, as […]
[ih-ther-uh-fahy, ee-ther-] /ɪˈθɛr əˌfaɪ, ˈi θər-/ verb (used with object), etherified, etherifying. Chemistry. 1. to convert into an . /ˈiːθərɪˌfaɪ; iːˈθɛrɪ-/ verb -fies, -fying, -fied 1. (transitive) to change (a compound, such as an alcohol) into an ether
[ee-thuh-rahyz] /ˈi θəˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), etherized, etherizing. 1. Medicine/Medical. to put under the influence of ; anesthetize. 2. to render groggy or numb, as if by an anesthetic. /ˈiːθəˌraɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) (obsolete) to subject (a person) to the anaesthetic influence of ether fumes; anaesthetize