from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A substance, often a liquid such as ethylene glycol or alcohol, mixed with another liquid to lower its freezing point.
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- n. A substance, such as glycol, used to lower the freezing point of water; used as an additive in the radiators of motorcars.
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- n. a liquid added to the water in a cooling system to lower its freezing point
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Baugh expressed confidence in the top hat container, as a "stop-gap," if enough antifreeze is pumped to the dome.
In the note, the word antifreeze is misspelled as "antifree" in four spots.
Then along came a miraculous thing called antifreeze, which keeps the engine warm in winter and cool in summer.
Investigators Thursday evening found a dish containing what appeared to be antifreeze, which is poisonous to animals, on the property of a woman some neighbors say has threatened to poison cats and other animals that come into her yard.
A: Only checking the antifreeze is a common mistake motorists in the South make when preparing for winter driving.
Failure to check the street or driveway for dripping antifreeze, which is poison for pets, is the cause of another common holiday pet problem.
Failure to check the street or driveway for dripping antifreeze, which is poison for pets, is the cause of another common pet problem.
In developing its fish, AquaBounty took an Atlantic salmon and inserted a growth hormone gene from a Chinook salmon as well as an "antifreeze" gene from the ocean pout.
A few examples are mentioned such as antifreeze proteins, or AFGPs, and long-time followers of ev/cre discussions will recognize the players.
In developing its fish, AquaBounty took an Atlantic salmon and inserted a growth hormone gene from a Chinook salmon as well as an "antifreeze" gene from the ocean pout, a large, eel-like species.