Traducción de alcohol en Español:


alcohol, n.

Pronunciación /ˈalkəhɒl//ˈælkəˌhɑl//ˈælkəˌhɔl/


  • 1

    alcohol masculino
    • This would allow alcohol to be served after normal pub hours only to customers who were having a table meal.
    • Some bars served alcohol in a number of enterprising ways to try and fool the authorities.
    • After all, they go to the pub to meet with friends and drink alcohol, which they are still free to do.
    • The new bill would make it an offence to serve alcohol to people who are drunk.
    • More than 20 pubs in the district have been granted permission to open and serve alcohol for the game.
    • She told him that she was not going to serve him any more alcohol, and asked if he wanted her to call a cab.
    • They also plan to prosecute if bar staff continue to serve alcohol to people who are drunk.
    • I heard it was because of the elections, and they were not allowed to serve any kind of alcohol.
    • When you get tired of drinking at home, why not go out and drink the same alcohol at twice the price down the pub?
    • There's a town just before the Sahara and it's the last one that serves alcohol and it's our duty to stock up.
    • He said that among the tenets of the Muslim faith were that one did not drink alcohol or serve it to guests.
    • However, she admitted she had never seen Jackson serve the youngsters alcohol..
    • The policy of Irish Rail to serve alcohol on their trains has therefore always puzzled me.
    • This is why men often seem to be able to drink more alcohol than women.
    • If you are using alcohol, vodka is the most appropriate as it has no scent of its own.
    • Shop owner Mr Kirby said he had earlier refused to serve the youth alcohol, and he had left without any trouble.
    • On the same night Gavin was also plied with alcohol, served up in a soft drinks can, Star claimed.
    • If he could have stopped at one or two drinks, alcohol would have served him well, but he couldn't do that.
    • In those days Bettys had a licence and served alcohol and was a magnet for servicemen of many Allied nations.
    • Premises which continue to serve alcohol without a renewed licence will be liable to prosecution.
  • 2

    alcohol masculino
    • Like other acids, it reacts with most alcohols to form esters and decomposes when heated; it is also easily oxidized.
    • Solvents permitted in the UK for extraction include acetone, hexane, ethyl acetate, ethyl alcohol, and carbon dioxide.
    • On the other hand, the permeability of the membrane for small uncharged solutes such as low molecular weight alcohols, amides, ketones etc., did not change.
    • Functional groups (such as alcohols, acids, and amines) are identified in organic chemistry.
    • Thermatoga microorganisms are known to play a role in the anaerobic oxidation of hydrocarbons to alcohols, organic acids and carbon dioxide.
    • Over time, however, it oxidizes and chemically degrades to form alcohols, ketones, aldehydes, acids and esters.
    • Polyurethanes are created from dihydric alcohols and diisocyanate monomers.
    • It is a mixture of esters of alcohols and acids, and some high molecular weight hydrocarbons.
    • Esters can be used to manufacture tertiary alcohols by using a Grignard reagent.
    • The volatile profile of fruits determined by gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy is complex, including many alcohols, aldehydes and esters.
    • The compounds generally referred to as feather waxes consist of fatty acids condensed with alcohols to form esters, such as triglycerides.
    • Many chemicals found in common perfumes and fragrances are designated as ‘hazardous’, including methylene chloride, toluene, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isobutyl ketone, ethyl alcohol and benzyl chloride.
    • Many alkyl halides, alcohols, or alkenes can be reacted with benzene in the presence of certain catalysts to give an alkyl benzene.
    • They are either reduced by glutathione peroxidases to unreactive fatty acid alcohols or they react with metals to produce epoxides, aldehydes, etc.
    • a class of chemical compounds midway between the alcohols and the organic acids in their state of oxidation.
    • Naturally derived materials include chemicals used fatty acids and alcohols used in detergents and other industrial applications.
    • Complete combustion of alcohols produces carbon dioxide and water.
    • Aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, ketones, ethers, glycols and higher alcohols are not corrosive to magnesium and its alloys.
    • It is about four times as strong as most real ales, with an alcohol by volume of 11 per cent.
    • In a similar way, both hydroxide ions and water molecules may act as nucleophiles by reacting with alkyl halides to produce alcohols.