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cre·o·sote

(krē′ə-sōt′)
n.
1. A colorless to yellowish oily liquid containing phenols and creosols, obtained by the destructive distillation of wood tar, especially from the wood of a beech, and formerly used as an expectorant in treating chronic bronchitis.
2. A yellowish to greenish-brown oily liquid containing phenols and creosols, obtained from coal tar and used as a wood preservative and formerly as a disinfectant. It can cause severe neurological disturbances if inhaled in strong concentrations.
3. A blackish residue formed, as on the inside of a flue, through condensation of volatile compounds released by incomplete combustion of wood or other fuel.
tr.v. cre·o·sot·ed, cre·o·sot·ing, cre·o·sotes
To treat or paint with coal-based creosote.

[German Kreosot : Greek kreas, flesh; see kreuə- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots + Greek sōtēr, preserver (from sōzein, to save; see teuə- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots).]

creosote

(ˈkrɪəˌsəʊt)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a colourless or pale yellow liquid mixture with a burning taste and penetrating odour distilled from wood tar, esp from beechwood, contains creosol and other phenols, and is used as an antiseptic
2. (Elements & Compounds) Also called: coal-tar creosote a thick dark liquid mixture prepared from coal tar, containing phenols: used as a preservative for wood
vb
(Building) to treat (wood) with creosote
[C19: from Greek kreas flesh + sōtēr preserver, from sōzein to keep safe]
creosotic adj

cre•o•sote

(ˈkri əˌsoʊt)

n., v. -sot•ed, -sot•ing. n.
1. an strong-smelling, oily liquid obtained by the distillation of coal and wood tar, used as a wood preservative and as an antiseptic.
v.t.
2. to treat with creosote.
[< German Kreosote (1832) < Greek kreo-, comb. form of kréas flesh + sōtēr preserver]
cre`o•sot′ic (-ˈsɒt ɪk) adj.

cre·o·sote

(krē′ə-sōt′)
A yellow or brown oily liquid obtained from coal tar and used as a wood preservative and disinfectant.

creosote


Past participle: creosoted
Gerund: creosoting

Imperative
creosote
creosote
Present
I creosote
you creosote
he/she/it creosotes
we creosote
you creosote
they creosote
Preterite
I creosoted
you creosoted
he/she/it creosoted
we creosoted
you creosoted
they creosoted
Present Continuous
I am creosoting
you are creosoting
he/she/it is creosoting
we are creosoting
you are creosoting
they are creosoting
Present Perfect
I have creosoted
you have creosoted
he/she/it has creosoted
we have creosoted
you have creosoted
they have creosoted
Past Continuous
I was creosoting
you were creosoting
he/she/it was creosoting
we were creosoting
you were creosoting
they were creosoting
Past Perfect
I had creosoted
you had creosoted
he/she/it had creosoted
we had creosoted
you had creosoted
they had creosoted
Future
I will creosote
you will creosote
he/she/it will creosote
we will creosote
you will creosote
they will creosote
Future Perfect
I will have creosoted
you will have creosoted
he/she/it will have creosoted
we will have creosoted
you will have creosoted
they will have creosoted
Future Continuous
I will be creosoting
you will be creosoting
he/she/it will be creosoting
we will be creosoting
you will be creosoting
they will be creosoting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been creosoting
you have been creosoting
he/she/it has been creosoting
we have been creosoting
you have been creosoting
they have been creosoting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been creosoting
you will have been creosoting
he/she/it will have been creosoting
we will have been creosoting
you will have been creosoting
they will have been creosoting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been creosoting
you had been creosoting
he/she/it had been creosoting
we had been creosoting
you had been creosoting
they had been creosoting
Conditional
I would creosote
you would creosote
he/she/it would creosote
we would creosote
you would creosote
they would creosote
Past Conditional
I would have creosoted
you would have creosoted
he/she/it would have creosoted
we would have creosoted
you would have creosoted
they would have creosoted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.creosote - a colorless or yellowish oily liquid obtained by distillation of wood tarcreosote - a colorless or yellowish oily liquid obtained by distillation of wood tar; used as an antiseptic
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
creosol - a colorless to yellow aromatic liquid that is a constituent of creosote
2.creosote - a dark oily liquid obtained by distillation of coal tar; used as a preservative for wood
organic compound - any compound of carbon and another element or a radical
Verb1.creosote - treat with creosote; "creosoted wood"
process, treat - subject to a process or treatment, with the aim of readying for some purpose, improving, or remedying a condition; "process cheese"; "process hair"; "treat the water so it can be drunk"; "treat the lawn with chemicals" ; "treat an oil spill"
Translations
سائِل الكريزوت لِحِفظ الأحشاب
kreozot
kreosoltræimprægneringsmiddel
karbolsav
kreósót
kreozotas
kreozots
kreozot
katran ruhukreozot

creosote

[ˈkrɪəsəʊt]
A. Ncreosota f, chapote m (Mex)
B. VTechar creosota a

creosote

[ˈkriːəsəʊt] ncréosote f

creosote

nKreosot nt
vtmit Kreosot streichen

creosote

[ˈkrɪəˌsəʊt]
1. ncreosoto
2. vtdare il creosoto a

creosote

(ˈkriəsout) noun
an oily liquid obtained from coal tar, used in preserving wood.

cre·o·sote

n. creosota, líquido aceitoso gen. usado como desinfectante y como expectorante catarral.