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charcoal 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈCHärˌkōl/,
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charcoals, plural;
  1. Cook over charcoal
    • - charcoaled lobster
  2. Darken or blacken as if with charcoal
    • - drifts of snow charcoaled from soot
Noun
  1. A porous black solid, consisting of an amorphous form of carbon, obtained as a residue when wood, bone, or other organic matter is heated in the absence of air

  2. Briquettes of charcoal used for barbecuing
    • - lamb grilled on charcoal
  3. A crayon made of charcoal and used for drawing

  4. A drawing made using charcoal

  5. A dark gray color
    • - his charcoal sweater
    • - charcoal gray

  1. of a very dark grey
  2. a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air
  3. draw, trace, or represent with charcoal
  4. a stick of black carbon material used for drawing
  5. Charcoal is the dark grey residue consisting of impure carbon obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances. ...
  6. Charcoal is the debut album by Champaign, Illinois indie rock band Sarge. It was released in 1996 on Mud Records, and featured the single "Dear Josie, Love Robyn."
  7. Charcoal is a color that is a representation of the dark gray color of burned wood.
  8. Charcoal (Charlie Burlingame) is a Marvel Comics character and member of the Thunderbolts who was created by a comic book fan for a "Create-A-Villain" contest sponsored by Marvel and Wizard Magazine and the alter-ego was created by Kurt Busiek.
  9. Charcoal is a sans-serif typeface designed by David Berlow of Font Bureau during the period 1994–1997. Charcoal was the default menu font in Apple Computer's Mac OS 8 and 9, replacing Chicago as part of the new Platinum interface. ...
  10. Wood reduced to carbon in an oxygen starved heated chamber made into sticks or pencils.
  11. A material formed from the incomplete combustion or destructive distillation (carbonization) of organic material in a kiln or retort, and having a high energy density, being nearly pure carbon. (If produced from coal, it is coke. ...
  12. An adsorbent carbon product which has about one-third the surface area of activated carbon.
  13. In the event of an overdose of ABILIFY, an early charcoal administration may be useful in partially preventing the absorption of aripiprazole. ...
  14. To dream of charcoal unlighted, denotes miserable situations and bleak unhappiness. If it is burning with glowing coals, there is prospects of great enhancement of fortune, and possession of unalloyed joys.
  15. Primarily carbon substance formed by charring organic material in absence of oxygen. One teaspoonful of Activated Charcoal USP has a surface area of more than 10,000 square feet, which gives charcoal unique absorption properties. It also can disinfect wounds.
  16. A drawing medium (pencil or crayon) made from a porous carbonaceous material.
  17. Compressed burned wood used for drawing.
  18. The residue, primarily carbon, from the partial combustion of wood or other organic matter.
  19. In the context of African Violets, refers to a horticultural-grade additive which is sometimes mixed with soil in order to help it retain the beneficial by-products of decomposing matter.
  20. A black, porous material, composed mostly of carbon, that is used as a fuel, filter, and absorbent.
  21. Drawing charcoal – the oldest of all drawing materials – is simply wood charcoal. It was used by prehistoric man to decorate cave walls.
  22. A piece of wood that has been charred in a hot oven with no oxygen. Used in painting to sketch in nature or to outline a drawing before putting paint on the canvas.
  23. solid product obtained from the destructive distillation
  24. Compressed burned wood used for drawing. Historically used in painting to sketch in the composition prior to painting, charcoal is also used to accomplish complete drawings. Charcoal is available in vine, compressed, and powdered forms.
  25. Black pigment. Used as paint for objects and bodies.