chemical, chemical substance(adj)
material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
relating to or used in chemistry
"chemical engineer"; "chemical balance"
of or made from or using substances produced by or used in reactions involving atomic or molecular changes
Any specific chemical element or chemical compound.
An artificial chemical compound.
I color my hair with henna, not chemicals.
An addictive drug.
Of or relating to alchemy.
Of or relating to chemistry.
pertaining to chemistry; characterized or produced by the forces and operations of chemistry; employed in the processes of chemistry; as, chemical changes; chemical combinations
a substance used for producing a chemical effect; a reagent
"Chemical" is the first single from Joseph Arthur's second studio album Come to Where I'm From. The single was released in the UK and Australia on June 26, 2000 via Real World Records and Virgin Records. The single is long out of print and is now hard to find. Joseph very rarely played "Chemical" live--the first known version was in New York City in March 1998. A music video was produced for the song, directed by Anton Corbijn. The video features Joseph as two characters: the first as himself, playing his guitar and singing the song, and the other as a man clad in black with a fake moustache and temporary tattoos. Joseph's friend Valdet builds a sculpture behind Joseph through the video.
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Rank popularity for the word 'chemical' in Nouns Frequency: #1314
Rank popularity for the word 'chemical' in Adjectives Frequency: #405
The numerical value of chemical in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of chemical in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Our observations suggest a ball of gas illuminated from the interior, with rays of warm light swirling through stormy patches of dark clouds, convection moves around the clouds of silicate and iron particles, which disaggregate and rain down into the interior. This paints a picture of a dynamic atmosphere of a giant exoplanet at birth, undergoing complex physical and chemical processes.
Taken together, these findings show that any abnormality in the way BDNF communicates with its receptor and its associated intracardiac signaling appears to unlock a cascade of chemical glitches that eventually leads to poor cardiac function.
Your body produces more melatonin, your natural sleep chemical, when it's nice and dark, if sunlight or other light gets into your brain, that's when [ melatonin levels ] start going down.
When a Chemical Engineer tries to flirt with a girl, he tells her that she must be made of Copper and Tellurium because she's so CuTe.
The Syrians used military grade chemical weapons and lately have been using materials, chlorine, against civilians, including in these very days, after the supposed ceasefire, dropping barrels of chlorine on civilians.
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- химикал, химическиBulgarian
- químicCatalan, Valencian
- chemikálie, chemickýCzech
- kemikalie, kemiskDanish
- Chemikalie, chemischGerman
- químico, producto químicoSpanish
- keemiline, kemikaalEstonian
- kemiallinen, kova huume, kemiallinen aine, kemikaaliFinnish
- रासायनिक, रसायनHindi
- chimikHaitian Creole
- kimia, kimiawiIndonesian
- composto chimicoItalian
- 化学～, 化学物質, 化学的Japanese
- kimiawi, kimiaMalay
- scheikundig, verslavend middel, chemisch, chemicalieDutch
- produto químico, substância química, químico, químicaPortuguese
- химикат, химический, химическое соединениеRussian
- kemikalija, kemičen, kemijskiSlovene
- kemisk, kemikalieSwedish
- sangkapin, sangkapTagalog
- kimyevî, kimyasalTurkish
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