Additive

The mixing of colour from one or more lanterns focussed on the same point on stage to produce another colour.

Additive

Substance added to a food to preserve a fresh appearance, taste, or texture, or to improve nutritional value. May be natural or synthetic.
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additive

[adj] - characterized or produced by addition 2. [n] - something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine
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additive

A substance added in a small amount, usually to a fluid, for a special purpose, such as to reduce friction, corrosion, etc.
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Additive

a small quantity of material added to another to change its characteristics, eg to change its colour or to make it harden more quickly.
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Additive

Ad'di·tive adjective [ Latin additivus .] (Math.) Proper to be added; positive; -- opposed to subtractive .
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additive

1. <chemistry> Characterised by addition. ... 2. A substance, as a flavouring agent, preservative or vitamin, added to another substance to improve its appearance, increase its nutritional value, etc. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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additive

adjective characterized or produced by addition; `an additive process`
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additive

noun something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine
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additive

(ad´ĭ-tiv) characterized by addition. a substance added to another, such as to improve its appearance or increase its nutritive value.
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Additive

• (a.) Proper to be added; positive; -- opposed to subtractive.
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additive

(from the article `electrochemical reaction`) A converse process is the smoothing of the original surface irregularities, which may occur when some foreign species, called an additive, is present ...
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additive

(from the article `fibre, man-made`) In order to achieve certain desirable fibre properties that cannot be obtained by polymers alone or to overcome certain deficiencies of polymers, ... A number of ingredients are added to both natural and synthetic rubber in order to obtain certain desirable properties. By convention, mix ... [2 re...
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additive

in foods, any of various chemical substances added to foods to produce specific desirable effects. The term additive may also be expanded to include ...
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additive

1. characterized by addition. 2. a substance, as a flavouring agent, preservative, or vitamin, added to another substance to improve its appearance, increase its nutritional value, etc.
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additive

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad′i-tiv Definitions: 1. A substance not naturally part of a material (food) but deliberately added to fulfill some specific purpose (preservation). 2. Tending to add or be added; denoting addition. 3. In metric studies (genetics, epidemiology, physiology, statistics), having the property that the total combined effe...
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additive

Is the process of material being steadily and patiently built up upon to create the final sculpture.
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Additive

Propellant ingredient used to enhance physical or ballistic properties.
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Additive

A chemical substance added to a petroleum product to impart or improve certain properties. Common petroleum product additives are: antifoam agent, anti-wear additive, corrosion inhibitor, demulsifier, detergent, dispersant, emulsifier, EP additive, oiliness agent, oxidation inhibitor, pour point depressant, rust inhibitor, tackiness agent, viscosit...
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additive

a specific substance which is deliberately added to an insulating liquid in small proportion in order to improve certain characteristics
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additive

A substance added to a propellant for any of a variety of reasons, including to stabilize or achieve a more even rate of combustion, to make ignition easier, to lower the freezing point of the propellant (to prevent it freezing in space), or to reduce corrosive effects.
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ADDITIVE

Any non-fibrous component of the stock or material added in small quantity to a coating, in order to confer special properties to the paper.
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additive

In food, any natural or artificial chemical added to prolong the shelf life of processed foods (salt or nitrates), alter the colour, texture, or flavour of food, or improve its food value (vitamins or minerals). Many chemical additives are used and they are subject to regulation, since individuals may be affected by constant exposure even to traces...
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ADDITIVE

Any material added to a base stock to change its properties, characteristics or performance.
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Additive

Propellant ingredient used to enhance physical or ballistic properties.
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