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menthol

noun /ˈmenθəl/
a sharp-smelling substance got from peppermint oil used to help give relief from colds etc
menthol
If you have a cold put some menthol in boiling water and breathe in the steam Some cigarettes contain menthol.
mentholated /-leitid/ adjective containing menthol
mentholé
mentholated cigarettes.
Translations of “menthol”
in Vietnamese bạc hà…
in Spanish mentol…
in Thai เมนธอล…
in Malaysian mentol…
in German das Menthol…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薄荷醇…
in Indonesian mentol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 薄荷醇…
(Definition of menthol from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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