Noun(1) any substance that lessens the purity or effectiveness of a substance
Adjective(1) making impure or corrupt by adding extraneous materials
(1) They argued that because the bacteria is naturally occurring, it is not an " adulterant " substance subject to regulation by the government.(2) It was for the first time that we were able to get the adulterant (carbide pieces) in bulk quantity.(3) Use of adulterants or spurious materials is another issue that further complicates the quality standards of plants-based traditional remedies.(4) Such coins could be considered as legitimate an element of a piece of jewellery as nine-carat gold, which contains 62.5% of adulterants .(5) Often highly noxious adulterants were used: cayenne pepper, which easily loses its red colour, was tinted with cinnabar, an extremely poisonous mercury compound.(6) Crack is a combination of cocaine hydrochloride, baking soda, and other adulterants which gives rise to a rock-like substance.(7) Not only were they illegally manufacturing and supplying drugs in pubs for social consumption, they were diluting them with adulterants deceiving the people they supplied to increase their profits.(8) The sources of poisoning were identified as adulterants or erroneous substitutes.(9) Some herbal products may come with fillers, weeds, or other adulterants , so buy only from top quality suppliers.(10) In doing so, they expose themselves to marijuana which may be contaminated with adulterants and mould.(11) Except flour or rice powder, all the other adulterants are health hazardous and cause irreparable damage to our system when eaten at regular intervals for a long period of time.(12) All the many hundreds of non-tobacco adulterants are to be ignored, no matter how indisputably dangerous and deadly.(13) It's filled with chemicals and adulterants designed to create a consistent flavor and taste across regions.(14) The beam also contains a significant proportion of mid- and deep-ultraviolet; kills bacteria and decomposes any adulterants on the surface of the meat.(15) It provides exact information about pigments, binders, extenders (used to improve viscosity and coverage), and adulterants , as well as paint layers.(16) Heat is applied to the bottle, thereby separating the adulterants from the rock and leaving behind a gel-like substance containing a concentrated cocaine-based solution.
(1) adulterant :: 混ぜ物
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