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<EN-Gloss>an amino acid with iodine added</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a polyunsaturated fatty acid with 18 carbon atoms; the only omega-3 fatty acid found in vegetable products; it is most abundant in
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<EN-Gloss>biochemical indicator of the presence of carbohydrates in a solution; if carbohydrates are present a violet ring is formed by reaction
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<EN-Gloss>a hydrocarbon containing one or more benzene rings that are characteristic of the benzene series of compounds</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>an acid formed from arsenic pentoxide</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a white solid fatty acid found in waxes (such as beeswax)</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>(HClO3) a strong unstable acid with an acrid odor found in chlorate salts</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>(HClO2) a strongly oxidizing acid; known only in solution</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>an acid containing only one replaceable hydrogen atom per molecule</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path)</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>an acid containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a salt derived by replacing two hydrogen atoms per molecule</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>an acid containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>egg or young of an insect parasitic on mammals especially a sucking louse; often attached to a hair or item of clothing</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of hydrogen; atoms of tritium have three times the mass of ordinary hydrogen atoms</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>an acid containing four replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>(CNOH) an unstable acid occurring mainly in the form of explosive salts and esters that is isomeric with cyanic acid</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a crystalline acid used to make azo dyes</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a metal of relatively high density (specific gravity greater than about 5) or of high relative atomic weight (especially one that is
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<EN-Gloss>a fluorocarbon that is replacing chlorofluorocarbon as a refrigerant and propellant in aerosol cans; considered to be somewhat less
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<EN-Gloss>a highly poisonous gas or volatile liquid that smells like bitter almonds; becomes a gas at around 90 degree Fahrenheit and is most
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<EN-Gloss>any acid that has hydroxyl groups in addition to the hydroxyl group in the acid itself</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>a crystalline derivative of benzoic acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hydroxybenzoic acid</EN-Words>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Hipoclorito, hipoclorito</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any salt or ester of hypochlorous acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hypochlorite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug>Hipocloritos, hipoclorito, hipoclorito, hipocolorito</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an explosive white crystalline weak acid (H2N2O2)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hyponitrous acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<WN-3.0-Synset>n1461445</WN-3.0-Synset>
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<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the eggs or egg-laden ovary of a fish</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>roe</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>hueva</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a crystalline tetrabasic acid (H4P2O6)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hypophosphoric acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14614594</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ácido Hipofosforoso, Ácido hipofosforoso, ácido hipofosforoso</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a clear or yellow monobasic acid (H3PO2)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hypophosphorous acid, orthophosphorous acid, phosphorous acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a crystalline acid found in the exudations of some conifers</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>juniperic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14614864</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ácido lisérgico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a crystalline acid often used in medical research; obtained from ergotic alkaloids</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>lysergic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615006</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a dibasic acid (H2MnO4) found only in solution and in manganate salts</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>manganic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615135</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a glassy solid acid ([HPO3]n) often used as a dehydrating agent</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>metaphosphoric acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615264</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a series of oxyacids of phosphorus</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>polyphosphoric acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1461532</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>corça</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the egg mass or spawn of certain crustaceans such as the lobster</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>roe</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615400</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Pirogalol</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a toxic white lustrous crystalline phenol used to treat certain skin diseases and as a photographic developer</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>pyrogallic acid, pyrogallol</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615602</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ácido pirofosfórico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a solid acid formed by reactions of orthophosphoric acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>pyrophosphoric acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Acido pirofosforico, Ácido pirofosfórico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615724</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>pirofosfato</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a salt or ester of pyrophosphoric acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>pyrophosphate</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>pirofosfato, pirofosfato</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615822</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an unsaturated acid (C4H6O2) used to make resins and plastics</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>2-methylpropenoic acid, methacrylic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14615971</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a solid acid (C6H10O8) found in milk or sugar</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>mucic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Acido mucico, ácido múcico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616073</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ácido Selênico, Ácido selênico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a strong acid (H2SeO4) analogous to sulfuric acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>selenic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Acido selenico, Ácido selénico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616181</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a dicarboxylic acid found in cork</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>octanedioic acid, suberic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616292</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ácido succínico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a dicarboxylic acid (C4H6O4) active in metabolic processes</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>succinic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Acido succinico, ácido succínico, ácido succínico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616410</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>sulfonato</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a salt of sulphonic acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>sulfonate</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>sulfonato, sulfonato</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1461646</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>blástula</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>early stage of an embryo produced by cleavage of an ovum; a liquid-filled sphere whose wall is composed of a single layer of cells;
during this stage (about eight days after fertilization) implantation in the wall of the uterus occurs</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>blastosphere, blastula</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Blastula, blástula, blástula</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616508</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ácido sulfónico, Ácidos sulfônicos, ácido sulfônico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an acid derived from sulphuric acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>sulfonic acid, sulphonic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Acido sulfonico, Ácidos sulfónicos, ácido sulfónico, ácido sulfónico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616620</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a white weak acid that is a hydrated form of titanium dioxide</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>titanic acid</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616740</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>dióxido de titânio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white powder used as a pigment for its high covering power and durability</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>titania, titanic oxide, titanium dioxide, titanium oxide</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Oxido de titanio, Oxido de titanio(IV), Óxido de titanio(IV), óxido de titanio, óxido de titanio, dióxido de
titanio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14616939</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>any substance that lessens the purity or effectiveness of a substance; "it is necessary to remove the adulterants before
use"</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>adulterant, adulterator</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Adulteracion, adulteración</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617189</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Alquila</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any of a series of univalent groups of the general formula CnH2n+1 derived from aliphatic hydrocarbons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>alkyl group, alkyl radical, alkyl</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>grupo alquilo, alquilo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617427</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the univalent unsaturated organic radical C3H5; derived from propylene</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>allyl group, allyl radical, allyl</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>grupo alilo, alilo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617597</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the radical -NH2</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amino group, amino</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>amino</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617715</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a methyl with the hydrogen atom replaced by an amino radical</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>aminomethane</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617834</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a hydrocarbon radical that occurs in many organic compounds</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amyl</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14617944</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a compound characterized by an active anion</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>anionic compound</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14618050</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a class of synthetic detergents in which the molecules do not ionize in aqueous solutions</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>anionic detergent, anionic, non-ionic detergent</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14618674</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a metal that is common and not considered precious; "lead, iron, copper, tin, and zinc are base metals"</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>base metal</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14618834</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>chemical compound composed of only two elements</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>binary compound</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14619033</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a heterocyclic compound having a metal ion attached by coordinate bonds to at least two nonmetal ions</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chelate compound, chelate</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>quelato</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14619658</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Isótopos, isótopo, isótopos, isótopo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>one of two or more atoms with the same atomic number but with different numbers of neutrons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>isotope</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Isótopos, Isotopo, isótopo, isótopo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14619857</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of an element; produced either naturally or artificially</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>radioisotope</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>radioisótopo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620066</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope that is used in a compound in order to trace the mechanism of a chemical reaction</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>label</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620257</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a compound in which the hydrogen atoms of a hydrocarbon have been replaced by bromine and other halogen atoms; very stable; used in
fire extinguishers although it is thought to release bromine that depletes the ozone layer</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>halon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1462042</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the blastula of a placental mammal in which some differentiation of cells has occurred</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>blastocyst, blastodermic vessicle</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>blastocisto</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620549</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Bromofórmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>colorless liquid haloform CHBr3</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>bromoform, tribromomethane</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620654</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>colorless gas haloform CHF3 (similar to chloroform)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>fluoroform, trifluoromethane</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620781</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>sweet smelling yellow solid haloform CHI3</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>iodoform, tri-iodomethane</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14620895</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>haloformes</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>compounds with the formula CHX3, where X is a halogen atom</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>haloform</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14621080</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>(chemistry) an atom having a valence of one</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>monad</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14621194</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the univalent group N3- derived from hydrazoic acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>azido group, azido radical</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14621319</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the bivalent group -N=N- united to two hydrocarbon groups</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>azo group, azo radical</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1462209</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Trofoblasto</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the membrane that forms the wall of the blastocyst in early development; aids implantation in the uterine wall; "after implantation of
the blastocyst in the uterine wall the trophoblast divides into two layers, the chorion and the placenta"</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>trophoblast</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>trofoblasto</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14622141</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>fulereno, fulereno</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a form of carbon having a large molecule consisting of an empty cage of sixty or more carbon atoms</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>fullerene</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>fullereno, fulereno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14622350</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a spheroidal fullerene; the first known example of a fullerene</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>buckminsterfullerene, buckyball</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Nanotubo de Carbono, Nanotubo de carbono</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a fullerene molecule having a cylindrical or toroidal shape</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>carbon nanotube, nanotube</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>nanotubo</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>benzil</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the univalent radical derived from toluene</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>benzyl group, benzyl radical, benzyl</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the univalent radical derived from benzoic acid</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>benzoyl group, benzoyl radical</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>alótropo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a structurally different form of an element; "graphite and diamond are allotropes of carbon"</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>allotrope</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>alótropo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>elemento transurânico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any element having an atomic number greater than 92 (which is the atomic number of uranium); all are radioactive</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>transuranic element</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Gas nobre, gás nobre</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any of the chemically inert gaseous elements of the helium group in the periodic table</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>argonon, inert gas, noble gas</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Gases nobles, gas noble, gas inerte, gas noble, gas raro</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14624659</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the series of inert gases</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>helium group</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>lantanídeo, Lantanídeo, Terras raras, lantanídio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any element of the lanthanide series (atomic numbers 57 through 71)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>lanthanide, lanthanoid, lanthanon, rare earth, rare-earth element</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Lantanido, lantánido, lantánido, tierra rara</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14624944</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a separate group of related lanthanides, including terbium, europium, gadolinium, and sometimes dysprosium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>terbium metal</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14625110</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>(chemistry) a series of 15 radioactive elements with increasing atomic numbers from actinium to lawrencium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>actinide series</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14625297</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the rare-earth elements with atomic numbers 57 through 71; having properties similar to lanthanum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>lanthanide series</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1462544</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>gástrula</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>double-walled stage of the embryo resulting from invagination of the blastula; the outer layer of cells is the ectoderm and the inner
layer differentiates into the mesoderm and endoderm</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>gastrula</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>gástrula</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627081</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Metal Nobre, Metal nobre</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any metal that is resistant to corrosion or oxidation</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>noble metal</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>metal noble, metal noble</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627246</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Não metal, não-metal</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a chemical element lacking typical metallic properties</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>nonmetal</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>No metales, No-metal, no metal</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627373</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>any of the artificially produced elements with atomic numbers greater than 103</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>transactinide</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627529</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>acid dye in which the negative ion contains a chelated metal atom</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>metallized dye</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627655</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>actínio, Actinio, actínio, actínia</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive element of the actinide series; found in uranium ores</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ac, actinium, atomic number 89</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>actinio, actinio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n146277</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>aproximação</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>approximation, bringing close together</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14627820</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>alumínio, Aluminio, alumínio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Al, aluminium, aluminum, atomic number 13</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>aluminio, Aluminio, aluminio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1462803</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>mórula</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a solid mass of blastomeres that forms when the zygote splits; develops into the blastula</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>morula</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Morula, mórula, mórula</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14628119</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>alume, alúmen, alume, pedra-ume</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white crystalline double sulfate of aluminum: the potassium double sulfate of aluminum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>alum, potash alum, potassium alum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Alumbre, Alumbres</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14628307</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a white crystalline double sulfate of aluminum: the ammonium double sulfate of aluminum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>alum, ammonia alum, ammonium alum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14628494</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>amerício, Americio, amerício</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic metallic element; discovered by bombarding uranium with helium atoms</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Am, americium, atomic number 95</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>americio, americio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14628668</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>antimónio, antimônio, Antimónio, Antimonio, antimônio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a metallic element having four allotropic forms; used in a wide variety of alloys; found in stibnite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Sb, antimony, atomic number 51</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>antimonio, antimonio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14628920</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>argônio, Argon, Árgon, árgon, argónio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a colorless and odorless inert gas; one of the six inert gases; comprises approximately 1% of the earth's atmosphere</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ar, argon, atomic number 18</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>argón, argón</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14629149</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>arsênio, arsénio, arsênico, Arsénio, arsênio, arsênico-branco, mata-ratos, arsénico</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a very poisonous metallic element that has three allotropic forms; arsenic and arsenic compounds are used as herbicides and
insecticides and various alloys; found in arsenopyrite and orpiment and realgar</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>As, arsenic, atomic number 33</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>arsénico, Arsenico, arsénico</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1462945</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>central cavity of the gastrula; becomes the intestinal or digestive cavity</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>archenteron</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14629561</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>astato, Ástato, astato, astatínio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a highly unstable radioactive element (the heaviest of the halogen series); a decay product of uranium and thorium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>At, astatine, atomic number 85</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>astato, Ástato, astato</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14629772</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Atrazina, atrazina</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a synthetic compound derived from triazine that is widely used as an agricultural herbicide; "atrazine is thought to cause cancer and
is banned in some European countries"</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>atrazine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>atracina</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14629998</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bário, Bario, bário</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery metallic element of the alkali earth group; found in barite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ba, atomic number 56, barium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bario, bario</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14630204</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>any of several compounds of barium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>baryta</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>barita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14630363</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>white poisonous crystals; made by dissolving barium oxide in water</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>barium hydroxide</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14630492</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an oxide of barium; a whitish toxic powder</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>barium monoxide, barium oxide, barium protoxide</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14630630</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a white toxic powder obtained by heating barium oxide in air</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>barium dioxide, barium peroxide</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14630769</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>par de bases</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>one of the pairs of chemical bases joined by hydrogen bonds that connect the complementary strands of a DNA molecule or of an RNA
molecule that has two strands; the base pairs are adenine with thymine and guanine with cytosine in DNA and adenine with uracil and guanine with
cytosine in RNA</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>base pair</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>par de bases</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14631134</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>berquélio, berkélio, Berkélio, Berquelio, berquélio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element; discovered by bombarding americium with helium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Bk, atomic number 97, berkelium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>berkelio, Berkelio, berquelio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1463115</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the opening into the archenteron</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>blastopore</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>blastoporo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14631295</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>berílio, Berilio, berílio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a light strong brittle grey toxic bivalent metallic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Be, atomic number 4, beryllium, glucinium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>glucinio, berilio, berilio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14631502</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bismuto, bismuto</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy brittle diamagnetic trivalent metallic element (resembles arsenic and antimony chemically); usually recovered as a by-product
from ores of other metals</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Bi, atomic number 83, bismuth</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bismuto, bismuto</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14631757</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bóhrio, bóhrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Bh, atomic number 107, bohrium, element 107</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Bohrio, bohrio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14631871</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>boro, boro</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a trivalent metalloid element; occurs both in a hard black crystal and in the form of a yellow or brown powder</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>B, atomic number 5, boron</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>boro, Boro, boro</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14632129</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bromo, bromo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a nonmetallic heavy volatile corrosive dark brown liquid element belonging to the halogens; found in sea water</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Br, atomic number 35, bromine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bromo, bromo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14632444</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cádmio, Cadmio, cádmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft bluish-white ductile malleable toxic bivalent metallic element; occurs in association with zinc ores</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cd, atomic number 48, cadmium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>cadmio, cadmio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1463259</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>estrato</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>thin structure composed of a single thickness of cells</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>layer</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14632648</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cálcio, Cálcio, Calcio, cálcio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light; the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust; an important
component of most plants and animals</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ca, atomic number 20, calcium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>calcio, calcio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14633037</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Californio, califórnio, califórnio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element; discovered by bombarding curium with alpha particles</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cf, atomic number 98, californium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>californio, californio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14633781</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an atom of carbon</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>carbon atom</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14633856</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of carbon</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>carbon 14, radiocarbon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<EN-Gloss>a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide series; used in lighter flints; the most abundant of the rare-earth group</EN-Gloss>
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<EN-Gloss>tissue in an embryo</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>embryonic tissue</EN-Words>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Word-Cand>césio, césio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silver-white ductile metallic element (liquid at normal temperatures); the most electropositive and alkaline metal</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cs, atomic number 55, caesium, cesium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug>cesio, cesio</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of cesium used in radiation therapy</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>cesium 137</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cloro, cloro</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a common nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; best known as a heavy yellow irritating toxic gas; used to purify water and as
a bleaching agent and disinfectant; occurs naturally only as a salt (as in sea water)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cl, atomic number 17, chlorine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug>cloro, cloro</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of chlorine</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>radiochlorine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>crómio, cromo, Crómio, Cromio, crômio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard brittle multivalent metallic element; resistant to corrosion and tarnishing</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cr, atomic number 24, chromium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug>cromo, cromo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>camada germinativa</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>(embryology) any of the 3 layers of cells differentiated in embryos following gastrulation</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>germ layer</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>capa germinal</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14635290</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cobalto, cobalto</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard ferromagnetic silver-white bivalent or trivalent metallic element; a trace element in plant and animal nutrition</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Co, atomic number 27, cobalt</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug>cobalto, cobalto</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of cobalt with mass number 60; a source of exceptionally intense gamma rays; used in radiation therapy</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>cobalt 60</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14636220</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cúrio, cúrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic metallic element; produced by bombarding plutonium with helium nuclei</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Cm, atomic number 96, curium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>curio, Curio, curio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Darmstádio, darmstádtio, darmstádio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ds, atomic number 110, darmstadtium, element 110</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Darmstadtio, darmstadtio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14636523</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Dúbnio, Dubnio, dúbnio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Db, atomic number 105, dubnium, element 105, hahnium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Dubnio, dubnio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14636647</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>disprósio, Disprosio, disprósio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; forms compounds that are highly magnetic</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Dy, atomic number 66, dysprosium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>disprosio, disprosio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14636822</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>einstêinio, einstênio, Einstenio, einstênio, einstânio, einsteinio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>E, Es, atomic number 99, einsteinium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>einsteinio, einstenio, Einstenio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14636988</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>érbio, Erbio, érbio, erbio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs with yttrium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Er, atomic number 68, erbium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>erbio, erbio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14637176</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>európio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a bivalent and trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Eu, atomic number 63, europium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>europio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14637339</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>férmio, Fermio, férmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic metallic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Fm, atomic number 100, fermium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>fermio, fermio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1463739</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ectoderme, ectoderma, exoderma</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the outer germ layer that develops into skin and nervous tissue</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>ectoblast, ectoderm, exoderm</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>ectoderma, ectodermo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14637507</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>flúor, Fluor, flúor</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a nonmetallic univalent element belonging to the halogens; usually a yellow irritating toxic flammable gas; a powerful oxidizing agent;
recovered from fluorite or cryolite or fluorapatite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>F, atomic number 9, fluorine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>flúor, Fluor, flúor</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14637864</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>frâncio, Francio, frâncio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive element of the alkali-metal group discovered as a disintegration product of actinium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Fr, atomic number 87, francium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>francio, francio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14638041</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>gadolíneo, gadolínio, Gadolinio, gadolínio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a ductile silvery-white ductile ferromagnetic trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Gd, atomic number 64, gadolinium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>gadolinio, gadolinio, gadolineo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14638256</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>gálio, Galio, gálio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a rare silvery (usually trivalent) metallic element; brittle at low temperatures but liquid above room temperature; occurs in trace
amounts in bauxite and zinc ores</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ga, atomic number 31, gallium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>galio, Galio, galio, ga</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14638517</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>germânio, Germânio, Germanio, germânio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a brittle grey crystalline element that is a semiconducting metalloid (resembling silicon) used in transistors; occurs in germanite and
argyrodite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ge, atomic number 32, germanium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>germanio, germanio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14639269</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an alloy that contains 75 per cent gold</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>18-karat gold</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1463933</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tubo neural</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a tube of ectodermal tissue in the embryo from which the brain and spinal cord develop</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>neural tube</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>tubo neural, tubo neural</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>an alloy that contains 87 per cent gold</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>22-karat gold</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14639467</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>100 per cent gold</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>24-karat gold, pure gold</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14639556</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>háfnio, Hafnio, háfnio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a grey tetravalent metallic element that resembles zirconium chemically and is found in zirconium minerals; used in filaments for its
ready emission of electrons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Hf, atomic number 72, hafnium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>hafnio, hafnio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14639795</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>hássio, hássio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Hs, atomic number 108, element 108, hassium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>hassio, hassio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14639921</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>hélio, Hélio, hélio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a very light colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; the most difficult gas to liquefy; occurs in economically
extractable amounts in certain natural gases (as those found in Texas and Kansas)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>He, atomic number 2, helium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>helio, helio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14640222</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>hólmio, Holmio, hólmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs together with yttrium; forms highly magnetic compounds</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ho, atomic number 67, holmium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>holmio, holmio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14640434</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man>hidrogénio, hidrogênio</PT-Words-Man>
<PT-Word-Cand>hidrogénio, hidrogênio, Hidrogénio, Hidrogênio, Hidrogenio, hidrogénio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas; the simplest and lightest and
most abundant element in the universe</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>H, atomic number 1, hydrogen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>hidrógeno, Hidrógeno, Hidrogeno, hidrógeno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14640756</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Prótio, prótio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an atom of hydrogen</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>hydrogen atom</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464077</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>mesoderme, mesoderma, mesoderme</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the middle germ layer that develops into muscle and bone and cartilage and blood and connective tissue</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>mesoblast, mesoderm</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>mesoderma, mesodermo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a hydrogen atom in an acid that forms a positive ion when the acid dissociates</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>acid hydrogen, acidic hydrogen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14641046</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>deutério, Deuterio, deutério</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an isotope of hydrogen which has one neutron (as opposed to zero neutrons in hydrogen)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>deuterium, heavy hydrogen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>deuterio, deuterio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14641223</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>índio, índio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a rare soft silvery metallic element; occurs in small quantities in sphalerite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>In, atomic number 49, indium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Indio, indio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14641397</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>iodo, iodo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; used especially in medicine and photography and in dyes; occurs naturally only in
combination in small quantities (as in sea water or rocks)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>I, atomic number 53, iodin, iodine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>yodo, iodo, yodo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14641797</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>heavy radioactive isotope of iodine with a half-life of 8 days; used in a sodium salt to diagnose thyroid disease and to treat
goiter</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>iodine-131</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14642005</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>light radioactive isotope of iodine with a half-life of 60 days; used as a tracer in thyroid studies and as a treatment for
hyperthyroidism</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>iodine-125</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14642219</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>irídio, Iridio, irídio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy brittle metallic element of the platinum group; used in alloys; occurs in natural alloys with platinum or osmium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ir, atomic number 77, iridium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>iridio, iridio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14642916</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>crípton, criptônio, Crípton, Cripton, crípton, criptónio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; occurs in trace amounts in air</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Kr, atomic number 36, krypton</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Kripton, kriptón, criptón, kriptón</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14643118</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>lantânio, Lantanio, lantânio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white soft metallic element that tarnishes readily; occurs in rare earth minerals and is usually classified as a rare
earth</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>La, atomic number 57, lanthanum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Lantano, lantano, lantano</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464318</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the area of mesoderm that forms the notochord</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chordamesoderm, chordomesoderm</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
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<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>laurêncio, Laurencio, laurêncio, lawrêncio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element synthesized from californium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Lr, atomic number 103, lawrencium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>laurencio, laurencio, lawrencio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14643793</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>lítio, Lítio, lítio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silver-white univalent element of the alkali metal group; the lightest metal known; occurs in several minerals</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Li, atomic number 3, lithium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>litio, Litio, litio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14644063</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>lutécio, Lutecio, lutécio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; usually occurs in association with yttrium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Lu, atomic number 71, lutecium, lutetium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>lutecio, lutecio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14644249</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>magnésio, Magnêsio, Magnesio, magnésio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a light silver-white ductile bivalent metallic element; in pure form it burns with brilliant white flame; occurs naturally only in
combination (as in magnesite and dolomite and carnallite and spinel and olivine)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Mg, atomic number 12, magnesium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>magnesio, magnesio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n146443</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>concatenação</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the act of linking together as in a series or chain</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>concatenation</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Concatenacion, concatenación, concatenación, encadenamiento</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464441</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>mesodermal tissue that forms connective tissue and blood and smooth muscles</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>mesenchyme</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Mesénquima, Mesenquima, tejido mesenquimal, mesénquima</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14644654</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>manganésio, manganês, Manganés, Manganes, manganês</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard brittle grey polyvalent metallic element that resembles iron but is not magnetic; used in making steel; occurs in many
minerals</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Mn, atomic number 25, manganese</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>manganeso, manganeso</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14644963</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Meitnério, Meitnerio, meitnério</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Mt, atomic number 109, element 109, meitnerium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>meitnerio, meitnerio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14645092</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>mendelévio, Mendelevio, mendelévio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding einsteinium with alpha particles (Md is the current symbol for mendelevium
but Mv was formerly the symbol)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Md, Mv, atomic number 101, mendelevium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>mendelevio, Mendelevio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14645346</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>mercúrio, Mercúrio, mercúrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Hg, atomic number 80, hydrargyrum, mercury, quicksilver</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>hidrargirio, Mercurio, mercurio, mercurio, azogue, hidrargiro</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14645661</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>molibdênio, Molibdénio, Molibdenio, molibdênio, molibdénio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a polyvalent metallic element that resembles chromium and tungsten in its properties; used to strengthen and harden steel</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Mo, atomic number 42, molybdenum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>molibdeno, molibdeno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464573</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the digestive and respiratory systems</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>endoblast, endoderm, entoblast, entoderm, hypoblast</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>endoderma</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14645882</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>neodímio, Neodimio, neodímio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a yellow trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs in monazite and bastnasite in association with cerium and lanthanum
and praseodymium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Nd, atomic number 60, neodymium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>neodimio, neodimio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14646152</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>néon, neônio, neão, Néon, Neón, Neon, néon, neónio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a colorless odorless gaseous element that give a red glow in a vacuum tube; one of the six inert gasses; occurs in the air in small
amounts</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ne, atomic number 10, neon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>neón, Neon, neón</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14646403</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>neptúnio, neptúnio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic metallic element; found in trace amounts in uranium ores; a by-product of the production of
plutonium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Np, atomic number 93, neptunium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>neptunio, neptunio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14646610</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>níquel, Niquel, níquel</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard malleable ductile silvery metallic element that is resistant to corrosion; used in alloys; occurs in pentlandite and smaltite
and garnierite and millerite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ni, atomic number 28, nickel</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>níquel, Niquel, níquel</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14646942</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>nióbio, Niobio, nióbio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft grey ductile metallic element used in alloys; occurs in niobite; formerly called columbium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Nb, atomic number 41, niobium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>columbio, niobio, niobio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14647154</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a former name for niobium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>columbium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14647235</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man>nitrogénio, nitrogênio, azoto</PT-Words-Man>
<PT-Word-Cand>nitrogénio, nitrogênio, azoto, Azoto, Nitrogênio, Nitrogenio, nitrogénio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless inert diatomic gas; constitutes 78 percent of the
atmosphere by volume; a constituent of all living tissues</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>N, atomic number 7, nitrogen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>nitrógeno, Nitrógeno, Nitrogeno, nitrógeno, nitrogéno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14647623</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>nitrogénio, nitrogênio, azoto</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an obsolete name for nitrogen</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>azote</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>nitrógeno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464766</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>eggs of a silkworm</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>silkworm seed</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14647722</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>nobélio, Nobelio, nobélio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding curium with carbon ions; 7 isotopes are known</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>No, atomic number 102, nobelium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>nobelio, Nobelio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14647907</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ósmio, Osmio, ósmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard brittle blue-grey or blue-black metallic element that is one of the platinum metals; the heaviest metal known</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Os, atomic number 76, osmium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>osmio, osmio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14648100</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>oxigénio, oxigênio, Oxígênio, Oxigênio, Oxigenio, oxigénio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas; constitutes 21 percent of the
atmosphere by volume; the most abundant element in the earth's crust</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>O, atomic number 8, oxygen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>oxígeno, Oxígeno, Oxigeno, oxígeno, oxigeno</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1464844</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>gema, gema de ovo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>nutritive material of an ovum stored for the nutrition of an embryo (especially the yellow mass of a bird or reptile egg)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>vitellus, yolk</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14648526</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Oxigénio líquido, Oxigênio líquido</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a bluish translucent magnetic liquid obtained by compressing gaseous oxygen and then cooling it below its boiling point; used as an
oxidizer in rocket propellants</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>LOX, liquid oxygen</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Oxigeno liquido, oxígeno líquido</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14648754</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>paládio, Paladio, paládio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a silver-white metallic element of the platinum group that resembles platinum; occurs in some copper and nickel ores; does not tarnish
at ordinary temperatures and is used (alloyed with gold) in jewelry</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Pd, atomic number 46, palladium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>paladio, paladio, paladión</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14649036</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a synthetic substance that is fluorescent or phosphorescent; used to coat the screens of cathode ray tubes</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>phosphor</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Fósforo, Fosforo, fósforo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14649543</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>platina, Platina, platina, platinada, platinado</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy precious metallic element; grey-white and resistant to corroding; occurs in some nickel and copper ores and is also found
native in some deposits</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Pt, atomic number 78, platinum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>platino, platino</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14650137</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a highly fissionable isotope of plutonium that is used in atomic weapons and as a reactor fuel; produced by irradiating uranium 238
with slow electrons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>plutonium 239</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14650366</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>plutonium 239 that is recovered when nuclear weapons are disassembled; it is stored in plutonium pits</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>weapon-grade plutonium, weapons plutonium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465046</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Vesícula vitelina</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>membranous structure enclosing the yolk of eggs in birds, reptiles, marsupials, and some fishes; circulates nutrients to the developing
embryo</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>yolk sac</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14650556</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>polónio, polônio, Polónio, Polonio, polônio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive metallic element that is similar to tellurium and bismuth; occurs in uranium ores but can be produced by bombarding
bismuth with neutrons in a nuclear reactor</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Po, atomic number 84, polonium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>polonio, polonio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14650807</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>potássio, Potassio, potássio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a light soft silver-white metallic element of the alkali metal group; oxidizes rapidly in air and reacts violently with water; is
abundant in nature in combined forms occurring in sea water and in carnallite and kainite and sylvite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>K, atomic number 19, potassium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>potasio, potasio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14651212</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>praseodímio, Praseodimio, praseodímio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft yellowish-white trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; can be recovered from bastnasite or monazite by an
ion-exchange process</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Pr, atomic number 59, praseodymium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>praseodimio, praseodimio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14651479</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>promécio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery metallic element of the rare earth group having no stable isotope; was discovered in radioactive form as a fission
product of uranium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Pm, atomic number 61, promethium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>prometio, promecio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14651708</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>protactínio, Protactinio, protactínio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a short-lived radioactive metallic element formed from uranium and disintegrating into actinium and then into lead</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Pa, atomic number 91, protactinium, protoactinium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>protactinio, protactinio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14651921</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Rádio, rádio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an intensely radioactive metallic element that occurs in minute amounts in uranium ores</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ra, atomic number 88, radium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Radio, radio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14652104</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>rádon, radão, radônio, rádon</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive gaseous element formed by the disintegration of radium; the heaviest of the inert gasses; occurs naturally (especially in
areas over granite) and is considered a hazard to health</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Rn, atomic number 86, radon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>radón, Radón, radón, radon</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14652390</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>rénio, rênio, Rénio, Renio, rênio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a rare heavy polyvalent metallic element that resembles manganese chemically and is used in some alloys; is obtained as a by-product in
refining molybdenum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Re, atomic number 75, rhenium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>renio, renio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465243</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>membranous structure that functions as the circulatory system in mammalian embryos until the heart becomes functional</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>umbilical vesicle, vesicula umbilicus, vitelline sac, yolk sac</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14652623</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ródio, Rodio, ródio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white hard metallic element that is one of the platinum group and is found in platinum ores; used in alloys with platinum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Rh, atomic number 45, rhodium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>rodio, rodio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14652824</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man>roentgênio, roentgénio</PT-Words-Man>
<PT-Word-Cand>Roentgénio, Roentgênio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Rg, atomic number 111, element 111, roentgenium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>roentgenio, roentgenio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14652954</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>rubídio, Rubidio, rubídio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery metallic element of the alkali metal group; burns in air and reacts violently in water; occurs in carnallite and
lepidolite and pollucite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Rb, atomic number 37, rubidium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>rubidio, rubidio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14653242</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ruténio, rutênio, Ruténio, Rutenio, rutênio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a rare polyvalent metallic element of the platinum group; it is found associated with platinum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ru, atomic number 44, ruthenium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>rutenio, rutenio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14653416</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ruterfórdio, rutherfórdio, rutherfordio, Rutherfordio, rutherfórdio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element which has been synthesized</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Rf, Unq, atomic number 104, element 104, rutherfordium, unnilquadium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>rutherfordio, Rutherfordio, rutherfordio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14653596</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>samário, Samario, samário</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a grey lustrous metallic element of the rare earth group; is used in special alloys; occurs in monazite and bastnasite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Sm, atomic number 62, samarium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>samario, samario</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14653831</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>escândio, Escandio, escândio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white trivalent metallic element; sometimes classified in the rare earth group; occurs in the Scandinavian mineral
thortveitite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Sc, atomic number 21, scandium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>escandio, escandio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14654058</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>seabórgio, seabórgio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Sg, atomic number 106, element 106, seaborgium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>seaborgio, seaborgio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14654175</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>selénio, selênio, Selénio, Selenio, selênio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a toxic nonmetallic element related to sulfur and tellurium; occurs in several allotropic forms; a stable grey metallike allotrope
conducts electricity better in the light than in the dark and is used in photocells; occurs in sulfide ores (as pyrite)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Se, atomic number 34, selenium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>selenio, selenio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14654541</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>silício, Silicio, silício, silicone</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a tetravalent nonmetallic element; next to oxygen it is the most abundant element in the earth's crust; occurs in clay and feldspar and
granite and quartz and sand; used as a semiconductor in transistors</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Si, atomic number 14, silicon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>silicio, Silicio, silicio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465472</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake; used to inject its poison</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>fang</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>colmillo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14654954</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>prata, prata</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in
argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ag, atomic number 47, silver</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Plata, plata, plata</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14655371</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>sódio, Sodio, sódio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group; occurs abundantly in natural compounds (especially in salt water);
burns with a yellow flame and reacts violently in water; occurs in sea water and in the mineral halite (rock salt)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Na, atomic number 11, sodium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>sodio, sodio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14655731</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>estrôncio, Estroncio, estrôncio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silver-white or yellowish metallic element of the alkali metal group; turns yellow in air; occurs in celestite and
strontianite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Sr, atomic number 38, strontium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>estroncio, estroncio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465593</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>canine tooth of a carnivorous animal; used to seize and tear its prey</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>fang</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>colmillo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14656001</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive isotope of strontium (with the mass number 90) that is present in the fallout from nuclear explosions; can be assimilated
like calcium into bones</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>strontium 90</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14656666</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tántalo, tântalo, tantálio, Tantálio, Tantalo, tântalo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard grey lustrous metallic element that is highly resistant to corrosion; occurs in niobite and fergusonite and tantalite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ta, atomic number 73, tantalum</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>tántalo, tantalio, Tántalo, Tantalo, tantalio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14656926</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>taurina</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a colorless crystalline substance obtained from the bile of mammals</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>taurine</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>taurina, taurina</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14657047</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tecnécio, Tecnecio, tecnécio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a crystalline metallic element not found in nature; occurs as one of the fission products of uranium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Tc, atomic number 43, technetium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>tecnecio, tecnecio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465713</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>colmilho</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a long pointed tooth specialized for fighting or digging; especially in an elephant or walrus or hog</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>tusk</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>colmillo, colmillo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n146572</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>convergência</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the act of converging (coming closer)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>convergence, convergency, converging</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>convergencia</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14657228</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>telúrio, Telurio, telúrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur; it is used in alloys and as a semiconductor; occurs
mainly as tellurides in ores of copper and nickel and silver and gold</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Te, atomic number 52, tellurium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>telurio, Telurio, telurio, teluro, Té</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14657566</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>térbio, Terbio, térbio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a metallic element of the rare earth group; used in lasers; occurs in apatite and monazite and xenotime and ytterbite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Tb, atomic number 65, terbium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>terbio, terbio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14657818</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tálio, Talio, tálio, índio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft grey malleable metallic element that resembles tin but discolors on exposure to air; it is highly toxic and is used in rodent
and insect poisons; occurs in zinc blende and some iron ores</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Tl, atomic number 81, thallium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>talio, talio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14658109</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tório, Torio, tório</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery-white tetravalent radioactive metallic element; isotope 232 is used as a power source in nuclear reactors; occurs in
thorite and in monazite sands</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Th, atomic number 90, thorium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>torio, torio, tori</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14658422</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>radioactive isotope of thorium with mass number 228</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>radiothorium, thorium-228</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14658546</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>túlio, Tulio, túlio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery metallic element of the rare earth group; isotope 170 emits X-rays and is used in small portable X-ray machines; it
occurs in monazite and apatite and xenotime</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Tm, atomic number 69, thulium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>tulio, Tulio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14659211</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>titânio, Titanio, titânio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a light strong grey lustrous corrosion-resistant metallic element used in strong lightweight alloys (as for airplane parts); the main
sources are rutile and ilmenite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Ti, atomic number 22, titanium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>titanio, titanio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14659512</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>tungsténio, tungstênio, Tungsténio, Tungstenio, tungstênio, volfrâmio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy grey-white metallic element; the pure form is used mainly in electrical applications; it is found in several ores including
wolframite and scheelite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>W, atomic number 74, tungsten, wolfram</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>wolframio, wolframio, volframio, tungsteno, W, Ws</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14659794</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>unúnbio, ununbio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Uub, atomic number 112, element 112, ununbium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>ununbio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14659922</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ununhéxio, Ununhexio, ununhéxio, ununhexio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Uuh, atomic number 116, element 116, ununhexium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>ununhexio, ununhexio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1465994</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>cordados</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>comprises true vertebrates and animals having a notochord</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Chordata, phylum Chordata</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660052</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ununpentio, ununpentio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Uup, atomic number 115, element 115, ununpentium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Ununpentio, ununpentio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660183</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ununquádio, Ununquadio, ununquádio, ununquadio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Uuq, atomic number 114, element 114, ununquadium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>ununquadio, ununquadio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660314</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ununtrio, ununtrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a radioactive transuranic element</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Uut, atomic number 113, element 113, ununtrium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Ununtrio, ununtrio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660443</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>urânio, Urânio, Uranio, urânio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy toxic silvery-white radioactive metallic element; occurs in many isotopes; used for nuclear fuels and nuclear
weapons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>U, atomic number 92, uranium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>uranio, Uranio, uranio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660700</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a uranium isotope with mass number 235; capable of sustaining chain reactions</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>uranium 235</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14660835</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>the commonest isotope of uranium; it is not fissionable but when irradiated with neutrons it produces fissionable plutonium
239</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>uranium 238</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14661020</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>vanádio, Vanadio, vanádio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery white toxic metallic element used in steel alloys; it occurs in several complex minerals including carnotite and
vanadinite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>V, atomic number 23, vanadium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>vanadio, vanadio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14661274</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>xenónio, xenônio, xenão, Xenonio, xenônio, xenón</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a colorless odorless inert gaseous element occurring in the earth's atmosphere in trace amounts</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Xe, atomic number 54, xenon</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>xenón, Xenon, xenón, Xe</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14661482</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>itérbio, Iterbio, itérbio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a soft silvery metallic element; a rare earth of the lanthanide series; it occurs in gadolinite and monazite and xenotime</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Yb, atomic number 70, ytterbium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>itterbio, iterbio, iterbio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14661740</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>ítrio, itrio, Itrio, ítrio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a silvery metallic element that is common in rare-earth minerals; used in magnesium and aluminum alloys</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Y, atomic number 39, yttrium</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>itrio, itrio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14661977</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>zinco, zinco</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a bluish-white lustrous metallic element; brittle at ordinary temperatures but malleable when heated; used in a wide variety of alloys
and in galvanizing iron; it occurs naturally as zinc sulphide in zinc blende</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Zn, atomic number 30, zinc</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Zinc, zinc, cinc, zinc</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14662281</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>zircónio, zircônio, Zircónio, Zirconio, zircônio</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a lustrous grey strong metallic element resembling titanium; it is used in nuclear reactors as a neutron absorber; it occurs in
baddeleyite but is obtained chiefly from zircon</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Zr, atomic number 40, zirconium</EN-Words>
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<SPA-Words-Sug>circonio, Circonio, zirconio, zirconio</SPA-Words-Sug>
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<WN-3.0-Synset>n1466472</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Corda dorsal</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a flexible rodlike structure that forms the supporting axis of the body in the lowest chordates and lowest vertebrates and in embryos
of higher vertebrates</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>notochord</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>notocorda, notocordio</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14665102</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a waxy mineral that is a mixture of hydrocarbons and occurs in association with petroleum; some varieties are used in making ceresin
and candles</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>ader wax, earth wax, mineral wax, ozocerite, ozokerite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
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<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14665351</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>alabastro, alabastro</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a compact fine-textured, usually white gypsum used for carving</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>alabaster</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>alabastro, alabastro</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14665469</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a hard compact kind of calcite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>Mexican onyx, alabaster, onyx marble, oriental alabaster</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14665605</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Ambligonita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white or grey mineral consisting of lithium aluminum phosphate; a source of lithium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amblygonite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14665767</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>anfíbola</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a mineral or mineral variety belonging to the amphibole group</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amphibole</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Anfibol, anfíbol</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14666012</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a group of minerals with similar crystal structures containing a silicate chain and combinations of chiefly sodium and calcium and
magnesium and iron and aluminum</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amphibole group</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
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<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14666369</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Anfibolito</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a metamorphic rock composed chiefly of amphibole and plagioclase</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>amphibolite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>anfibolita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
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<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14666510</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>apatita, apatita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a common complex mineral consisting of calcium fluoride phosphate or calcium chloride phosphate; a source of phosphorus</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>apatite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>apatita, apatita, apatito</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14666758</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Aragonita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a mineral form of crystalline calcium carbonate; dimorphic with calcite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>aragonite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>aragonito, aragonita, aragonito</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14666885</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>acantita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a valuable silver ore consisting of silver sulfide (Ag2S)</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>argentite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>argentita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1466701</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a notochord of a larval tunicate typically confined to the caudal region</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>urochord</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667017</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a sedimentary rock differing from shale in being bound by silica and from slate in having no slate cleavages</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>argillite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>argilita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667181</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a rare steel-grey mineral consisting of silver and germanium and sulfur</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>argyrodite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667328</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Arsenopirita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a silver-white or grey ore of arsenic</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>arsenopyrite, mispickel</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>arsenopirita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667455</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>asfalto, asfalto, betume</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation; consists mainly of
hydrocarbons</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>asphalt, mineral pitch</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Asfalto, asfalto, asfalto</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667668</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>dark-green to black glassy mineral of the pyroxene group containing large amounts of aluminum and iron and magnesium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>augite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>augita, augita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667855</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>azurita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>blue carbonate of copper; blue malachite</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>azurite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>azurita, azurita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14667949</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a mineral consisting of zirconium oxide</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>baddeleyite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14668065</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a yellow-to-brown mineral that is a source of rare earth elements</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>bastnaesite, bastnasite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14668277</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bauxita, bauxita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a clay-like mineral; the chief ore of aluminum; composed of aluminum oxides and aluminum hydroxides; used as an abrasive and
catalyst</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>bauxite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bauxita, bauxita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1466828</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>any family in the phylum Chordata</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chordate family</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14668539</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>berilo, água-marinha, berilo</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>the chief source of beryllium; colored transparent varieties are valued as gems</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>beryl</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>berilo, berilo</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14668743</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>biotita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>dark brown to black mica found in igneous and metamorphic rock</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>biotite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>biotita, biotita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14668895</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>animal black, animal charcoal, bone black, bone char</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>Carbón animal, Carbon animal</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669084</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>bórax, Borax, bórax</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>an ore of boron consisting of hydrated sodium borate; used as a flux or cleansing agent</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>borax</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bórax, Borax, bórax, borraj</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669242</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a mineral consisting of sulfides of copper and iron that is found in copper deposits</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>bornite, peacock ore</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>bornita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669413</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Carnallita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a white or reddish mineral consisting of hydrous chlorides of potassium and magnesium; used as a fertilizer and as a source of
potassium and magnesium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>carnallite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>carnalita, carnalita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669677</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>carnotita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a yellow radioactive mineral; an ore of uranium and radium and vanadium</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>carnotite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669823</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>caspase</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>any of a group of proteases that mediate apoptosis</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>caspase</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>caspasa, caspasa</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14669927</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Cassiterita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a hard heavy dark mineral that is the chief source of tin</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>cassiterite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>casiterita, casiterita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n1466996</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>any genus in the phylum Chordata</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chordate genus</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14670061</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a mineral consisting of strontium sulphate</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>celestite</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug />
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14670178</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a mineral consisting of lead carbonate that is an important source of lead</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>cerussite, white lead ore</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>cerusita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14670344</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Calcocita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a heavy grey mineral that is an ore of copper</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chalcocite, copper glance</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>calcosina</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14670481</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand>Calcopirita</PT-Word-Cand>
<EN-Gloss>a yellow copper ore (CuFeS2) made up of copper and iron sulfide</EN-Gloss>
<EN-Words>chalcopyrite, copper pyrites</EN-Words>
<PT-Gloss />
<PT-Gloss-Sug />
<SPA-Words-Sug>calcopirita</SPA-Words-Sug>
<Comments />
</row>
<row>
<BC>99999999</BC>
<WN-3.0-Synset>n14670639</WN-3.0-Synset>
<PT-Words-Man />
<PT-Word-Cand />
<EN-Gloss>a fine usually white clay formed by the weathering of aluminous minerals (as feldspar); used in ceramics and as an absorbent and as a
filler (e.g., in paper)</EN-Gloss>