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malt

 (môlt)
n.
1. Grain, usually barley, that has been allowed to sprout, used chiefly in brewing and distilling.
2. An alcoholic beverage, such as beer or ale, brewed from malt.
v. malt·ed, malt·ing, malts
v.tr.
1. To process (grain) into malt.
2. To treat or mix with malt or a malt extract.
v.intr.
To become malt.

[Middle English, from Old English mealt; see mel- in Indo-European roots.]

malt′y adj.

malt

(mɔːlt)
n
1. (Brewing) cereal grain, such as barley, that is kiln-dried after it has germinated by soaking in water
2. (Cookery) cereal grain, such as barley, that is kiln-dried after it has germinated by soaking in water
3. (Brewing) See malt liquor
4. (Brewing) short for malt whisky
vb
5. (Brewing) to make into or become malt
6. (Cookery) to make into or become malt
7. (Brewing) to make (something, esp liquor) with malt
8. (Cookery) to make (something, esp liquor) with malt
[Old English mealt; related to Dutch mout, Old Norse malt; see also melt]

malt

(mɔlt)

n.
1. germinated grain used in brewing and distilling.
2. an alcoholic beverage, as beer, fermented from malt.
v.t.
4. to convert (grain) into malt by soaking in water and allowing to germinate.
5. to mix with malt or extract of malt.
v.i.
6. to become malt.
7. to produce malt from grain.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English mealt, c. Old Saxon, Old Norse malt, German Malz; akin to melt1]
malt′i•ness, n.
malt′y, adj. malt•i•er, malt•i•est.

malt


Past participle: malted
Gerund: malting

Imperative
malt
malt
Present
I malt
you malt
he/she/it malts
we malt
you malt
they malt
Preterite
I malted
you malted
he/she/it malted
we malted
you malted
they malted
Present Continuous
I am malting
you are malting
he/she/it is malting
we are malting
you are malting
they are malting
Present Perfect
I have malted
you have malted
he/she/it has malted
we have malted
you have malted
they have malted
Past Continuous
I was malting
you were malting
he/she/it was malting
we were malting
you were malting
they were malting
Past Perfect
I had malted
you had malted
he/she/it had malted
we had malted
you had malted
they had malted
Future
I will malt
you will malt
he/she/it will malt
we will malt
you will malt
they will malt
Future Perfect
I will have malted
you will have malted
he/she/it will have malted
we will have malted
you will have malted
they will have malted
Future Continuous
I will be malting
you will be malting
he/she/it will be malting
we will be malting
you will be malting
they will be malting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been malting
you have been malting
he/she/it has been malting
we have been malting
you have been malting
they have been malting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been malting
you will have been malting
he/she/it will have been malting
we will have been malting
you will have been malting
they will have been malting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been malting
you had been malting
he/she/it had been malting
we had been malting
you had been malting
they had been malting
Conditional
I would malt
you would malt
he/she/it would malt
we would malt
you would malt
they would malt
Past Conditional
I would have malted
you would have malted
he/she/it would have malted
we would have malted
you would have malted
they would have malted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.malt - a milkshake made with malt powdermalt - a milkshake made with malt powder  
milk shake, milkshake, shake - frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream
2.malt - a lager of high alcohol contentmalt - a lager of high alcohol content; by law it is considered too alcoholic to be sold as lager or beer
lager beer, lager - a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
malt - a cereal grain (usually barley) that is kiln-dried after having been germinated by soaking in water; used especially in brewing and distilling
3.malt - a cereal grain (usually barley) that is kiln-dried after having been germinated by soaking in watermalt - a cereal grain (usually barley) that is kiln-dried after having been germinated by soaking in water; used especially in brewing and distilling
food grain, grain, cereal - foodstuff prepared from the starchy grains of cereal grasses
wort - unfermented or fermenting malt
malt liquor, malt - a lager of high alcohol content; by law it is considered too alcoholic to be sold as lager or beer
Verb1.malt - treat with malt or malt extract; "malt beer"
malt - convert into malt
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"
2.malt - turn into malt, become malt
convert - change in nature, purpose, or function; undergo a chemical change; "The substance converts to an acid"
3.malt - convert grain into malt
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
malt - convert into malt
4.malt - convert into malt
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
malt - convert grain into malt
malt - treat with malt or malt extract; "malt beer"
Translations
تَشْكيلَه من الويسْكيمَلْط، شَعير البيرَه والويسْكي
sladdruh whisky
maltmaltwhisky
linnas
slad
malátamalátawhisky
maltmaltviskÿ
salyklassalyklinis viskis
iesala viskijsiesals
sladdruh whisky
slad
mạch nha

malt

[mɔːlt]
A. Nmalta f
B. VT [+ barley] → maltear; [+ drink etc] → preparar con malta
C. CPD malt extract Nextracto m de malta
malt liquor N (US) → cerveza f
malt whisky N (Brit) → whisky m de malta

malt

[ˈmɔːlt] n
(= ingredient of beer, whisky) → malt m
(also malt whisky) → pur malt m

malt

nMalz nt
vt barleymalzen, mälzen; drink etcmit Malz versetzen or mischen; malted barleygemälzte Gerste

malt

:
malt extract
nMalzextrakt m
malt liquor
n aus Malz gebrautes alkoholisches Getränk (US: = beer) → Starkbier nt
malt loaf
n˜ Rosinenbrot nt

malt

[mɔːlt]
1. nmalto (also malt whisky) → whisky di malto
2. adj (vinegar, whisky) → di malto

malt

(moːlt) noun
1. barley or other grain soaked in water, allowed to sprout, and dried in a kiln, used in making beer, whisky etc.
2. a variety of malt whisky. This pub sells fifteen different malts.
References in classic literature ?
The 'rahm' was a kind of lumber-hole smelling strong of malt and grain; various sacks of which articles were piled around, leaving a wide, bare space in the middle.
But, there were no pigeons in the dove-cot, no horses in the stable, no pigs in the sty, no malt in the store-house, no smells of grains and beer in the copper or the vat.
The naked Saxon serf was drowning the sense of his half-year's hunger and thirst, in one day of gluttony and drunkenness the more pampered burgess and guild-brother was eating his morsel with gust, or curiously criticising the quantity of the malt and the skill of the brewer.
Indeed, in the excitement of the moment, they were loud and extravagant in their commendations of "the mountain tap"; elevating it above every beverage produced from hops or malt.
Poyser; and then followed a discussion on the secrets of good brewing, the folly of stinginess in "hopping," and the doubtful economy of a farmer's making his own malt.
But Joan Durbeyfield must mind that she don't get green malt in floor.
but I never knew her do it when company was present, at which time you may freely trust her with wines, spirits, or malt liquors.
The wide Embankment which had had room for cannonballs and squadrons, had now shrunk to a cobbled lane steaming with smells of malt and oil and blocked by waggons.
He shook his head two or three times, he was rubbed down like a horse by the professional runner; he drank a mighty draught of malt liquor; he recovered his good-humor as if by magic.
What with the nursing of a healthy babby, and the reflections upon your cruel conduct, four pints of malt liquor a day is hardly able to sustain her.
To say the truth, this behaviour of Partridge was a little inexcusable; but he had not slept off the effect of the dose which he swallowed the evening before; which had, in the morning, received the addition of above a pint of wine, or indeed rather of malt spirits; for the perry was by no means pure.
Laura Lean Jibbey, peanut brittle, a little almond cream on the neck muscles, dishes unwashed, half an hour's talk with the iceman, reading a package of old letters, a couple of pickles and two bottles of malt extract, one hour peeking through a hole in the window shade into the flat across the air-shaft--that's about all there is to it.