Definition of Margarines

1. Noun. (plural of margarine) ¹



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Definition of Margarines

1. margarine [n] - See also: margarine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Margarines

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margaric acid
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margarines (current term)
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margaritas
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margarite
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margaritomancy
margarodite
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margarone

Literary usage of Margarines

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1. The Hydrogenation of Oils, Catalyzers Nad Catalysis and the Eneration of by Carleton Ellis (1919)
"margarines made of (a) hardened whale oil and unhardened linseed oil (b) hardened linseed oil mixed with unhardened oil, and (c) tallow and unhardened ..."

2. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1904)
"... used for 100 parts of foreign fats, the German and Austrian margarines may therefore not contain more than 3'5 per cent of butter fat in the melted fat; ..."

3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1893)
"When operating by the bottle method upon pure butters, margarines, and mixtures, and taking account of all the necessary corrections, I have found—i, ..."

4. Vital Factors of Foods: Vitamins and Nutrition by Carleton Ellis, Annie Louise Macleod (1922)
"Meantime it is not necessary to avoid the use of the margarines on this ground, provided a sufficient amount of A is supplied from other sources. ..."

5. The Handbook of Industrial Oil Engineering: A Reference Book of Data by John Rome Battle (1920)
"... margarines, often called " nut margarines." In " butter substitutes " about 50 parts of cocoanut oil, 25 parts of peanut or other vegetable oil, ..."

6. The Analyst (1887)
"P. BLUNT, MA, FCS, FIC IT is obviously an advantage in examining " margarines " to determine the insoluble acids ; this is especially the case with mixtures ..."

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