Carbonate
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Carbonate
See also: Carbonate and carbonaté

English

Etymology

From French carbonate.

Pronunciation

Noun

  • (UK) enPR: kä?b?n?t, IPA(key): /'k?:(?).b?.n?t/
  • (file)
  • (US) enPR: kär?b?n?t, IPA(key): /'kb?n?t/

Verb

Noun

carbonate (plural carbonates)

  1. Any salt or ester of carbonic acid.

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Verb

carbonate (third-person singular simple present carbonates, present participle carbonating, simple past and past participle carbonated)

  1. (transitive) To charge (often a beverage) with carbon dioxide.

Derived terms


French

Etymology

From New Latin carbonatem, from Latin carb? ("charcoal, coal").

Pronunciation

Noun

carbonate m (plural carbonates)

  1. carbonate

Further reading


Italian

Noun

carbonate f pl

  1. plural of carbonata

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