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A4: An international standard size of paper. A4 is based on the metric system and is the most common size of paper used around the world.
Inside of the middle section of a body where things like the stomach and intestines are.
The space bounded by the abdominal walls, diaphragm, and pelvis and containing most of the organs of digestion, the spleen, the kidneys, and the adrenal glands.
the temperature of −273.16°C (−459.69°F), the hypothetical point at which all molecular activity ceases.
This is a temperature reading made relative to absolute zero. We use the unit of Kelvins for these readings. Kelvin's values are the same as Celsius.
This is the lowest temperature possible. If you remember that temperature is a measurement of how much atoms move around in a solid, you can guess that they stop moving entirely at absolute zero. In reality, bonds still vibrate a little bit, but for the most part you don't see much happening
The process of taking up by capillary, osmotic, chemical. or solvent action, as a sponge abrorbs water.
To soak up. When a dry cloth is used to clean up a water spill the water is absorbed into the cloth.
to get quicker and quicker / faster and faster
1. the act of accelerating or the state of being accelerated
2. a the rate of increase of speed or the rate of change of velocity
3. a the power to accelerate
To agree or say yes to something.
To agree with and 'go with the flow'
To not reject or stop
สนอง saL naawngR
an unforeseen event or one without an apparent cause
anything that occurs unintentionally or by chance
a misfortune or mishap, esp one causing injury or death
That is not what I wanted to happen.
อุบัติเหตุ ooL batL dtiL haehtL
อุบัติภัย ooL batL dtiL phaiM
When you measure something, the accuracy is how close your measured value is to the real value. For example, if you're actually six feet tall and your brother measures your height as six feet, one inch, he's pretty accurate. However, if your cousin measures your height as twelve feet, 13 inches, he's not accurate at all
An acid that comes from vinegar
A clear, colorless organic acid having a distinctive pungent odor. It is used as a solvent and in the manufacture of rubber, plastics, acetate fibers, pharmaceuticals, and photographic chemicals. Acetic acid is the chief acid of vinegar. Chemical formula: C 2 H 4 O 2 .
กรดน้ำส้ม grohtL namH sohmF
any substance that dissociates in water to yield a sour corrosive solution containing hydrogen ions, having a pH of less than 7, and turning litmus red.
Mild acids like citric acid (oranges lemons) leaves a sharp or sour taste.
Cutting, sharp, or hurtful in speech, manner, etc; vitriolic;