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adulteration

Adulteration tarimas:

  • /ə,dʌltə'reiʃn/

Adulteration audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The action of adulterating, being mixed with extraneous material, illicit substitution of one substance for another.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • They also know how to select herbs from reputable producers so that the risk of adulteration is minimized.
  • On returning to his native land, he still continued to turn his chemical knowledge to account, by giving his services to that particular branch of our commercial industry which is commonly described as the adulteration of commodities; and from this he had gradually risen to the more refined pursuit of adulterating gold and silver -- or, to use the common phrase again, making bad money.
  • When this method was first introduced, it was calumniated and despised -- called adulteration of wine, and even prohibited by the governments of Europe; but, DR.
  • When thus, by depreciation in consequence of the quantity of paper in circulation, wages as well as prices become exorbitant, it is soon found that the whole effect of the adulteration is a tariff on our home industry for the benefit of the countries where gold and silver circulate and maintain uniformity and moderation in prices.
  • When thus, by the depreciation in consequence of the quantity of paper in circulation, wages as well as prices become exorbitant, it is soon found that the whole effect of the adulteration is a tariff on our home industry for the benefit of the countries where gold and silver circulate and maintain uniformity and moderation in prices.


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