âmago, ponto principal, mesocarpo, parte essencial, energia, espinal-medula
Noun(1) soft spongelike central cylinder of the stems of most flowering plants(2) the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience
Verb(1) remove the pith from (a plant
(1) The kans included in this text are stripped of all but the most essential elements in order to confront the student with the pith of each story.(2) Remove the zest of the oranges and set aside, peel the bitter white pith and discard, then pulp the oranges and combine the pulp with the zest.(3) the pith and core of socialism(4) a book that he considered contained the pith of all his work(5) We found that most samples exhibited little or no compaction or distortion from pith to bark along the major axis.(6) It is the pith of civilization and of man's human existence.(7) The lowest values were recorded in stem pith cells.(8) In pith and substance, it is not ├ö├ç├┐declaratory relief├ö├ç├û as that term is used in s. 108 of the CJA either in a public or a private law context.(9) The pith of the stems is used for antiphlogistic, antipyretic and other medicinal purposes.(10) For Frank Lenahan, a University Cafe stalwart enjoying a mid-morning coffee with his friends, however, the soap ├ö├ç├┐lacked the vigour and pith of Scottish life├ö├ç├û.(11) Slugs are fond of the white pith inside empty grapefruit skins, which make good traps, and wilted comfrey leaves are also a good bait.(12) Slice the tomatoes in half lengthways and scoop out the seeds, making sure that you remove the white pith .(13) No dye was found in the central pith area of the stem segment except close to the basal cut surface.(14) But I can't eat citrus that has any white pith on it.(15) Core the red peppers, halve, cut out all the white pith and place the pepper pieces skin side up on a grill tray.(16) It was contended by the petitioners that the Parliament had no legislative competence to enact this law as its provisions, in pith and substance, fall under the Entry of List II.
(1) pith helmet :: capacete de cortiça
(2) lamp pith :: medula lâmpada
(3) pith fleck :: buraco na madeira
1. essence ::
3. marrow ::
pith, pithily, pithy
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