Biology an example, by blood or microbial cells, spread on a slide for microscopic assessment or on top of a culture medium.
Vilification or slander.
A vilifying or slanderous comment.
A mark created by smearing.
A Pap smear.
A false assault.
A fat, greasy compound; oinment.
For this reason, a spot produced by, or since by, an unctuous or adhesive substance; a blot or blotch; a daub; a stain.
Fat; oil; cream.
A spot, blotch, or stain created by, or as if by, some unctuous substanee rubbed upon a surface.
In sugar production, the technical term for fermentation.
In pottery, an assortment of glazing materials in water, used for layer articles before they're placed in the saggars regarding the glazing-furnace.
The soft, semi-fluid mud of calcium sulphate remaining when you look at the generators whenever whiting and sulphuric acid were used to make carbon-dioxid gasoline when you look at the manufacture of aërated seas.
In bacteriology, a preparation of germs for microscopical evaluation made by smearing the organisms upon a slide or cover-glass. Also known as spread. See tradition.
a blemish created by dust
an act that brings discredit towards person who does it
a thin tissue or blood test scatter on a glass fall and stained for cytologic assessment and diagnosis under a microscope