Associations to the word «Titanic»
TITANIC, adjective. Having great size, or great strength, force or power.
TITANIC, adjective. (inorganic chemistry) Of or relating to titanium, especially tetravalent titanium
TITANIC, adjective. Of, or relating to the Titans, a race in ancient mythology.
TITANIC, proper noun. RMS Titanic, a cruise liner that sank on its maiden voyage on April 15, 1912 after colliding with an iceberg.
TITANIC, proper noun. (by extension) A venture that fails spectacularly, especially one perceived as overconfident.
TITANIC ACID, noun. (chemistry) a weak acid, either of two hydrated forms of titanium dioxide, H2TiO3 or H4TiO4; used as a mordant
TITANIC ACIDS, noun. Plural of titanic acid
TITANIC, adjective. Of great force or power.
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