Definition of boracic in English:

boracic

Syllabification: bo·rac·ic
Pronunciation: /bəˈrasik
 
/

adjective

another term for boric.
More example sentences
  • By then several boracic fluxes had been developed for assaying metal ores.
  • For this reason Jackie always adds boracic acid or borax to the spice and glue mix.
  • Only the powder is effective since the boracic acid works when it is picked up by the sticky pads on the bottom of the feet of the cockroach.

Origin

late 18th century: from medieval Latin borax, borac- (see borax) + -ic.

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