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Definition of the noun sweetening
What does sweetening mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: sweetenings
- something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
- lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
- synonym of sweetening: sweetener
- more generic words: flavorer / flavoring / flavourer / flavouring / seasoner / seasoning = something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
- more specific terms:
- aspartame = an artificial sweetener made from aspartic acid
- honey = a sweet yellow liquid produced by bees
- saccharin = a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar
- refined sugar / sugar = a white crystalline carbohydrate used as a sweetener and preservative
- sirup / syrup = a thick sweet sticky liquid
- an improvement that makes something more agreeable
- the act of adding a sweetener to food
Alternative definition of the noun sweetening
- See long sweetening and short sweetening.
- A sweetener.
Sweetening: In sound design sweetening refers to "juicing up" the video portion of a film, play, computer game software or any other multimedia project. Its origin may have been old-time radio, which produced visual detail with sound effects such as people walking, horses galloping, doors opening and closing, gun shots, "body slams," etc.
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Documentary Voice & Vision (2016)
A Creative Approach to Non-Fiction Media Production by Kelly Anderson, Martin Lucas
Audio sweetening means making your audio sound better. This is accomplished by evaluating, and adjusting when...
Fundamentals and Modeling by Jorge Ancheyta
Gas and Liquid Sweetening Gas sweetening is a process used to remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide from the refinery gas streams. Gas sweetening is generally done with an amine gas treating process, which uses aqueous ...
by John Hill
It is excellent against the scurvy, and is one of the best things we know, for what is called sweetening the blood. It is best given in diet drinks and decoctions. Used outwardly, it cures the itch, and other foulness of the skin; it should be beat up ...
Qatar, March 2012 by Abdelwahab Aroussi, Farid Benyahia
Introduction Amine gas sweetening is a proven technology that removes H2S and CO2 from natural gas and liquid hydrocarbon streams through absorption and chemical reaction. For this purpose, different types of amines have been ...
by David S. J. Jones, Peter P. Pujadó
Jones Introduction Refinery gas sweetening is the process used to remove the so called 'Acid Gasses' which are hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide from the refinery gas streams. These acid gas removal processes used in the refinery ...
A Home Magazine Devoted to Physical Culture and Hygiene
The sweetening is the result of a chemical change made in the starch by the action of the ptyalin in the saliva converting the starch into sugar, that is, into dextrine or maltose; and this cannot occur unless there is sufficient chewing, sufficient ...
by Jeanne Mager Stellman
• Sweetening and treating processes. FEEDSTOCKS Butane and butene Propane, distillates Gasoline Propylene Alkylalion Storage Blending Petrochemical Source: Adapted from OSHA 1996. units. In the event of a release, ...
Dictionary of Toxicology (2014)
by Ernest Hodgson, Michael Roe
sweet glycosides See: sweetening agents. syrup of ipecac See: ipecac, syrup of. 330 331 teratogenesis, critical periods 332 teratogenic mechanisms, membrane ...
A Comprehensive Reference Book by Charles Morris
Its sweetening properties are enormous ; one grain of saccharin is said to sweeten distinctly 70,000 grains of distilled water. It is not a fermentable sugar, and is already in common use in the treatment of disease, as diabetes, for instance ; and ...
The Audio Dictionary (2011)
Third Edition, Revised and Expanded by Glenn D. White, Gary J. Louie
Sweetening A recording session in which a previously made recording is augmented by the addition of other instruments, usually strings or a vocal chorus. The original recording will have lead vocals and instruments as well as the rhythm ...
A Comprehensive Reference Work by Thomas Edward Finegan
Its sweetening properties are enormous ; one grain of saccharin is said to sweeten distinctly 70,000 grains of ...
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Warn sun and cold nights are helping some wild grapes ripen.
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- Short sweetening Meaning
Video shows what short sweetening means. Sugar.. Short sweetening Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say short sweetening.
- Sweetening Meaning
Video shows what sweetening means. See long sweetening and short sweetening.. A sweetener.. Sweetening Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio ...
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Scrabble value of S1W4E1E1T1E1N1I1N1G2
The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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