Translation of acid in Spanish:

acid

ácido, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæsəd//ˈasɪd/

noun

  • 1

    Chemistry
    ácido masculine
    • Additionally, carbon dioxide and organic acids may be added to the water from the soil, where they form by decay of organic matter.
    • Strong acids are corrosive and this one is no exception; the stomach lining must be constantly renewed as it is eaten away.
    • Railroad crews also were checking the rail lines and a rail car was being sent along the route with a solution of baking soda and water to neutralize the acid.
    • Saliva neutralizes acids that can cause tooth decay, but its production is greatly reduced during sleep.
    • Lactate, your body's buffering agent, neutralizes the acid that builds up in your legs and makes them burn during heavy exertion.
    • It can withstand high temperatures and is resistant to many corrosive substances such as acids and alkalis.
    • Concentrated acids and caustic alkalis should be handled with the greatest care.
    • It also dissolves in most acids and reacts slowly with water to form compounds that tend to be yellowish or green in color.
    • Two teenagers were lucky to still have their sight, after they were sprayed in the face with a corrosive acid in an apparently unprovoked attack on Chiswick High Road.
    • The creek began running the color of old blood, poisoned by acids and heavy metals leached from the coal mines.
    • I reach down and pry the knife she was holding out of her hands; it's a standard chainsteel model, but with a hollow edge filled with corrosive hexavalent acid.
    • Zinc is a fairly active metal that dissolves in both acids and strong alkalis.
    • The rotting process releases acids which dissolve metals into liquids which leach out of waste dumps and can poison local rivers.
    • These same sensors also prevent further stomach contents from entering the duodenum until the stomach acid is neutralized and diluted.
    • A typical trick was to coat a gold object with a metal that could be dissolved by an acid.
    • Their roots will penetrate cracks in the rock and produce an organic acid that dissolves calcium carbonate.
    • The element is not very reactive chemically, although it does dissolve in most acids.
    • Copper is a moderately reactive metal that dissolves in most acids and alkalis.
    • It combines with most non-metals at high temperatures and reacts with both acids and alkalis.
    • Most of the corrosive acid quickly evaporated from the road that was warmed by early morning sunshine and a fresh breeze helped it to quickly dissipate into the atmosphere.
  • 2slang

    (LSD)
    ácido masculine
    • Flashbacks can occur at any time after taking acid, sometimes even after many years.
    • He looked around more, seeing many different things that he would never expect: cocaine, meth and acid.
    • He has used mescaline, cocaine and acid, although he has not indulged in intravenous drugs.
    • That heroin and acid were and are illegal didn't seem to stop him.
    • Listening to this in the middle of the night is what I'd imagine having a particularly strange trip on acid would be like.

adjective

  • 1

    Chemistry
    ácido
  • 2

    (sour, bitter)
    (taste) ácido
    (taste) agrio
  • 3

    (spiteful)
    (reply/voice) agrio
    (voice/reply) mordaz
  • 4

    acid green verde amarillento masculine
    • acid yellow amarillo verdoso