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men·thol

 (mĕn′thôl′)
n.
A fragrant white crystalline organic compound, C10H20O, obtained from peppermint oil or synthesized. It is used in perfumes, in cigarettes, as a mild topical anesthetic, and as a mint flavoring.

[German, from Latin menta, mentha, mint; see mint2.]

men′tho·lat′ed adj.
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mentholated

(ˈmɛnθəˌleɪtɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) containing, treated, or impregnated with menthol
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men•tho•lat•ed

(ˈmɛn θəˌleɪ tɪd)

adj.
containing, covered, or treated with menthol.
[1930–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mentholated - containing, or impregnated with, mentholmentholated - containing, or impregnated with, menthol; "mentholated cough syrup"
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Translations
مُضاف إليهِ مِنْثول
mentolový
mentol-
mentolos
mentól-
mentollü

mentholated

[ˈmenθəleɪtɪd] ADJmentolado
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mentholated

adjmit Menthol
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menthol

(ˈmenθəl) noun
a sharp-smelling substance got from peppermint oil used to help give relief from colds etc. If you have a cold put some menthol in boiling water and breathe in the steam; Some cigarettes contain menthol.
ˈmentholated (-leitid) adjective
containing menthol. mentholated cigarettes.
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