# Fixed-oil

**noun**, Chemistry.

1.

a natural vegetable or animal oil that is nonvolatile, as lard oil, linseed oil, etc.

**noun**

1.

a natural animal or vegetable oil that is not volatile: a mixture of esters of fatty acids, usually triglycerides Also called fatty oil Compare essential oil

fixed oil n.

A nonvolatile oil, especially a fatty oil of vegetable origin.

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