Translation for 'castor oil' from English to Bulgarian
castor oil {noun}
рициново масло {ср}
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oil pump {noun}
маслена помпа {ж}
olive oil {noun}
зехтин {м}
olive oil {noun}
маслиново масло {ср}
oil {noun} [cooking]олио {ср}
almond oil {noun}
бадемово масло {ср}
suntan oil {noun}
плажно масло {ср}
tanning oil {noun}
плажно масло {ср}
oil heater {noun}маслен радиатор {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • Castor oil is a vegetable oil pressed from castor beans.
  • Castor oil is a glyceride that is hydrolyzed by pancreatic lipase to ricinoleic acid, which produces laxative action by an unknown mechanism.
  • is a lectin (a carbohydrate-binding protein) and a highly potent toxin produced in the seeds of the castor oil plant, "Ricinus communis".
  • In 1821 Drs. Nathan Webb, senior and junior, established the first castor oil mill west of the Allegheny Mountains in Dresden, but they did not stay in the area long.
  • The first business in Chester was a general store that opened in 1830 along with a castor oil press established by R.

  • The papyrus establishes a regime of tax farming ("telonia") for wine, fruit, and castor oil.
  • Selections have been made by breeders for use as ornamental plants (heights refer to plants grown as annuals) and for commercial production of castor oil.
  • Seeds are the source of some medicines including castor oil, tea tree oil and the quack cancer drug Laetrile.
  • A number of these side effects are associated with the excipient used, Cremophor EL, a polyoxyethylated castor oil.
  • Because of the Allied blockade of shipping, the Germans were increasingly unable to obtain the castor oil necessary to properly lubricate their rotary engines.

  • The ink originally had a lanolin base and later became an oil in water emulsion. This emulsion commonly uses turkey-red oil (sulfated castor oil) which gives it a distinctive and heavy scent.
  • The great variety of carbon compounds include such lethal poisons as tetrodotoxin, the lectin ricin from seeds of the castor oil plant "Ricinus communis", cyanide (CN [...]), and carbon monoxide; and such essentials to life as glucose and protein.
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