(n) A normally colorless aromatic oil, C6H5CHO, gotten naturally, as from bitter-almond, or made synthetically and used in perfumes and also as a solvent and a flavoring.
(n) A chemical substance (C6H5CHO) composed of a benzene ring with an aldehyde substituent.
(n) any one of different derivatives of benzaldehyde.
Benzaldehyde in Apiculture Dictionary
A colorless nontoxic liquid aldehyde C6H5CHO that has an odor like this of bitter-almond oil, that occurs in many essential natural oils and it is often familiar with drive bees off honey supers. Also the taste included with Maraschino cherries. Just what Bee Fast has the aroma of. by Eugenio DoyalReport definition