Turpentine

1) Gum. The pitch obtained from living pine trees. A sticky viscous liquid. 2) Oil. A volatile liquid obtained by steam distillation of gum turpentine, consisting mainly of pinene and diterpene. Turpentine is frequently identified in debris samples containing burned wood
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Turpentine

A volatile oil used as a thinner in paints and as a solvent in varnishes. Chemically, it is a mixture of terpenes.
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Turpentine

Turpentine (also called spirit of turpentine, oil of turpentine, wood turpentine and colloquially turps) is a fluid obtained by the distillation of resin obtained from live trees, mainly pines. It is mainly used as a solvent and as a source of materials for organic synthesis. Turpentine is composed of terpenes, mainly the monoterpenes alpha-pinene...
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Turpentine

- A petroleum, volatile oil used as a thinner in paints and as a solvent in varnishes
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turpentine

[n] - obtained from conifers (especially pines) 2. [n] - volatile liquid distilled from turpentine oleoresin
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Turpentine

• (n.) A semifluid or fluid oleoresin, primarily the exudation of the terebinth, or turpentine, tree (Pistacia Terebinthus), a native of the Mediterranean region. It is also obtained from many coniferous trees, especially species of pine, larch, and fir.
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turpentine

spirit of turpentine noun volatile liquid distilled from turpentine oleoresin; used as paint thinner and solvent and medicinally
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turpentine

gum terpentine noun obtained from conifers (especially pines)
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turpentine

A colorless liquid, which is used as a thinner for oil paints and varnishes, distilled from the products of the pine tree.
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Turpentine

A colorless liquid, which is used as a thinner for oil paints and varnishes, distilled from the prod
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turpentine

A colorless liquid, which is used as a thinner for oil paints and varnishes, distilled from the products of the pine tree.
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Turpentine

A distilled chemical produced from tapping into a living pine and harvesting the sap.
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Turpentine

A petroleum, volatile oil used as a thinner in paints and as a solvent in varnishes
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Turpentine

Distilled pine oil, used as a cleaner, solvent or thinner for oil-based and alkyd coatings.
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Turpentine

Distilled pine oil, used as a cleaner, solvent or thinner for oil-based and alkyd coatings.
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Turpentine

Paint stains should not be removed from cats using this substance. It is poisonous if consumed (by licking off the coat), inhaled or absorbed through coat or skin.
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turpentine

Solution of resins distilled from the sap of conifers, used in varnish and as a paint solvent but now largely replaced by white spirit. ...
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turpentine

Solution of resins distilled from the sap of conifers, used in varnish and as a paint solvent but now largely replaced by white spirit
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turpentine

the resinous exudate or extract obtained from coniferous trees, particularly those of the genus Pinus. Turpentines are semifluid substances ... [2 related articles]
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Turpentine

Turpentine is London Cockney rhyming slang for the Serpentine.
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Turpentine

Turpentine is the resinous exudation of various coniferous plants. Turpentine is a valuable solvent, it is clear, limpid and colourless. It evaporates almost completely, leaving no visible residue when exposed in a thin film. Turpentine dissolves all vegetable and mineral oils, but does not dissolve the linoxyn formed by the drying of a paint film,...
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turpentine

turpentine, yellow to brown semifluid oleoresin exuded from the sapwood of pines, firs, and other conifers. It is made up of two principal components, an essential oil and a type of resin that is called rosin. The essential oil (oil of turpentine) can be separated from the rosin by steam distillatio...
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turpentine

Type: Term Pronunciation: tŭr′pen-tīn Definitions: 1. An oleoresin from Pinus palustris and other species of Pinus; source of turpentine oil and a constituent of stimulating ointments.
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