àcid

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See also: acid and ACID

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin acid-, stem of acidus (sour, tart).

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Adjective[edit]

àcid m (feminine àcida, masculine plural àcids, feminine plural àcides)

  1. acid; sour; tart (having a sharp taste such as that of vinegar or a lemon)
  2. acidic (pertaining to an acid)
  3. (mineralogy) acidic (containing a high proportion of silica)
  4. (chemistry) acidic (having a pH less than 7)

Noun[edit]

àcid m (plural àcids)

  1. acid (a food with a sharp taste)
  2. (chemistry) acid (a substance which is capable of providing H+ ions to a base to form a salt)
  3. (slang, drugs) acid; LSD

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