Translation for 'tonic' from English to Russian
ADJ   tonic | more tonic | most tonic
NOUN   a tonic | tonics
SYNO accented | bracing | brisk | ...
тоник {м}
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Translation for 'tonic' from English to Russian

тоник {м}гастр.космет.фарм.
Usage Examples English
  • The quasi-tonic is the tonic of the new key established by the modulation was semi.
  • Schenker's theory is monotonal: the "Ursatz", as the diatonic unfolding of the tonic triad, by definition cannot include modulation.
  • A tonic–clonic seizure comprises three phases: the "tonic" phase, "clonic" phase and "postictal" phase.
  • A gin and tonic is a highball cocktail made with gin and tonic water poured over a large amount of ice.
  • Synthol was developed by Maurice Bunau-Varilla, a prominent newspaper publisher of the early twentieth century, as a tonic. He promoted it as a cure-all tonic.

  • Tonic water (or Indian tonic water) is a carbonated soft drink in which quinine is dissolved.
  • The pattern Tonic-Super Tonic-Subdominant relationship repeats itself counter clockwise around the circle of fifths.
  • In the brain the level of extracellular dopamine is modulated by two mechanisms: phasic and tonic transmission.
  • In the course of attempting to create a deodorant from Bill the Cat's sweat, the resulting solution was discovered to cure baldness, launching a hair-tonic business for the Jones family until the government declared the tonic a controlled substance.
  • The exact relationship between syphilis and the two types of pupils ("AR pupils" and "tonic pupils") is not known at the present time.

  • Mainstay Schweppes products include ginger ale (1870), bitter lemon (1957), and tonic water (the first carbonated tonic – 1871).
  • There are six main types of generalized seizures: tonic-clonic, tonic, clonic, myoclonic, absence, and atonic seizures. They all involve a loss of consciousness and typically happen without warning.
  • Mixer drinks became popular in the second half of the century. Tonic water was originally quinine added to water as a prophylactic against malaria and was consumed by British officials stationed in the tropical areas of South Asia and Africa.
  • In music, an interdominant is a temporary dominant, the dominant of a key other than the tonic.
  • In 1912 Josiah Russell & Co. relaunched its tonic water under the new brand name Club Tonic, to boost its sales and increase its fame on the Dutch market.

  • Finally, the piece collapses to the opening's tonic/dissonant play, as the final chord rings out the echoed B [...] minor tonic chord.
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