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acidic containing a high proportion of acid-forming silica, as rocks or soil. [1/3 definitions]
ad valorem of various taxes or customs duties, levied in proportion to the value of goods.
apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
assay to be shown by chemical analysis to contain a certain proportion of. [1/8 definitions]
bond paper a high-grade paper with some proportion of rag content, used for stationery and documents; bond.
complementary colors two colors of the spectrum, such as green and red, that produce a white or near-white when mixed in the right proportion.
considerable large in size, number, extent, or proportion. [1/2 definitions]
content1 the amount or proportion of a given substance. [1/5 definitions]
creamy having a large proportion of cream. [1/2 definitions]
disproportion a lack of proper proportion or relationship in size, quantity, strength, or the like; disparity. [1/3 definitions]
disproportionate out of proportion, as in quantity or appearance; unbalanced.
imbalance a defect in proportion or balance between elements. [1/2 definitions]
inverse in mathematics, designating a value that increases or decreases in direct and opposite proportion to the change in another value. [1/3 definitions]
L2 abbreviation of "large," of greater size, amount, scope, or proportion than the average; not small.
large of greater size, amount, scope, or proportion than the average; not small. [1/2 definitions]
mix the ratio or proportion of elements that are combined. [1/8 definitions]
modulate to adjust or adapt to a particular measure or proportion. [1/6 definitions]
mononucleosis an infectious disease characterized by a swollen spleen and lymph nodes, and an increase in the proportion of mononuclear leukocytes in the circulatory blood. [1/2 definitions]
morbidity the proportion of a population in which a particular disease occurs or is fatal. [1/2 definitions]
nutritious containing a large proportion or a high concentration of nutrients.
one-sided lacking balance or proportion. [1/3 definitions]