Associations to the word «Soda»
SODA, noun. (uncountable) Sodium bicarbonate.
SODA, noun. (uncountable) Sodium in chemical combination.
SODA, noun. (uncountable) Carbonated water (originally made with sodium bicarbonate).
SODA, noun. (chiefly US) (regional) (especially in the northeast) (uncountable) Any carbonated (usually sweet) soft drink.
SODA, noun. (chiefly US) (regional) (especially in the northeast) (countable) A glass, bottle or can of this drink.
SODA ACID, noun. Alternative spelling of soda-acid
SODA ALUM, noun. A mineral consisting of the hydrous sulfate of alumina and soda.
SODA ASH, noun. Industrial-grade sodium carbonate
SODA BISCUIT, noun. A biscuit (cookie), having a breadlike consistency, leavened with soda and buttermilk
SODA BREAD, noun. Bread made using sour milk and baking soda as a rising agent, rather than yeast; common in Ireland.
SODA CELLULOSE, noun. A product obtained by reacting plant fibres with caustic soda; it is used in the production of viscose fibres
SODA COUNTER, noun. (US) the counter of a soda fountain
SODA CRACKER, noun. (US) A saltine; (British) a soda biscuit.
SODA FOUNTAIN, noun. (US) a counter, in a shop, at which sodas, ice-creams etc are prepared and served
SODA FOUNTAIN, noun. (US) an apparatus for dispensing soda water
SODA FOUNTAINS, noun. Plural of soda fountain
SODA GLASS, noun. (US) the glass in which drinks are served in a soda fountain
SODA GLASS, noun. Glass manufactured using soda ash
SODA JERK, noun. (US) (idiomatic) (dated) A person who works at a soda fountain.
SODA JERKER, noun. (US) (archaic) A soda jerk.
SODA JERKS, noun. Plural of soda jerk
SODA LAKE, noun. A lake, fed by alkaline springs, that has no outlet
SODA LYE, noun. Sodium hydroxide
SODA MACHINE, noun. A vending machine that dispenses soft drinks.
SODA NITER, noun. Sodium nitrate
SODA NITRE, noun. Sodium nitrate
SODA PAPER, noun. White paper, made using soda pulp
SODA POP, noun. (regional in US) Any of several sweetened, carbonated beverages.
SODA POPS, noun. Plural of soda pop
SODA PRAIRIE, noun. Any of several barren tracts of level ground, in the southwestern United States, covered with a layer of natron
SODA PROCESS, noun. (chemistry) any of several industrial processes that either use or manufacture sodium hydroxide, but especially a method of making paper from wood pulp
SODA PULP, noun. A pulp made by reacting wood with sodium hydroxide; used to prepare white paper
SODA SIPHON, noun. A stout glass bottle containing soda water under pressure, at one time found in bars. A lever operated valve at the top is used to dispense the liquid.
SODA SIPHONS, noun. Plural of soda siphon
SODA WASTE, noun. The alkaline waste material that is a byproduct of the Leblanc process
SODA WATER, noun. Carbonated water, water that has carbon dioxide dissolved in it and has been stored under pressure in a bottle. Usually mixed before drinking with another beverage.
SODA WATERS, noun. Plural of soda water
SODA, noun. A sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper.
SODA, noun. A sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics".
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