Bro'mide noun A person who is conventional and commonplace in his habits of thought and conversation. [ Slang] -- Bro*mid'ic adjective [ Slang] « The bromide conforms to everythyng sanctioned by the majority...
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<chemistry> A compound of bromine with a positive radical. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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noun any of the salts of hydrobromic acid; formerly used as a sedative but now generally replaced by safer drugs
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(bro´mīd) any binary compound of bromine. Bromides produce depression of the central nervous system and were formerly widely used for their sedative effect, but were withdrawn because overdosage causes mental disturbances (see bromism).
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• (n.) A compound of bromine with a positive radical. • (n.) A person who is conventional and commonplace in his habits of thought and conversation. [Slang] • Alt. of Bromid, paper
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(from the article `halogen element`) ...(obtained from a single atom) is named by taking the root of the parent element`s name and adding the suffix -ide. Thus the F ion is called ... [2 related articles]
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[disambiguation] Bromide can refer to: In language: In chemistry: In photography In Japanese culture ...
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Photographic print made from a negative, or a positive used as a proof.
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A black and white positive or proof on photographic paper. Traditionally made by contact printing negative film onto white photographic paper (bromide paper) this term now also encompasses positives made by Contact Transfer (CT) or Photomechanical Transfer (PMT).
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bromide, any of a group of compounds that contain bromine and a more electropositive element or radical. Bromides are formed by the reaction of bromine or a bromide with another substance; they are widely distributed in nature. Most metal bromides are water soluble; exceptions are bromides of copper...
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[Japanese culture] In Japan, bromide (ブロマイド), or promide (プロマイド) refers to a category of commercial photographic portraits of celebrities including geisha, singers, actors and actresses of both stage and film, and sports stars. The use of the term "bromide" or "promide" o...
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1) Halide 2) Platitude 3) Trite saying 4) Trite truth
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