- adj. 臼齿的；摩尔的；磨碎的
- n. 臼齿，[解剖] 磨牙
- molar: see mill
- molar (n.)
- "grinding tooth," mid-14c., from Latin molaris dens "grinding tooth," from mola "millstone," from PIE root *mel- "to rub, grind" (see mill (n.1)). As an adjective in this sense from 1620s. In Old English they were cweornteð "quern-teeth."
- molar (adj.)
- in chemistry, "pertaining to one mole," 1902, from mole (4) + -ar.
- 1. Expression of hydrogenion concentrations in terms of molar concentrations is rather cumbersome.
- 2. The President sat glumly rubbing his upper molar, saying nothing.
- 总统愁眉苦脸地坐在那里,磨着他的上牙, 一句话也没有说.
- 3. In 1927, at Chou - k'ou - tien, near Peking, a hominid lower molar of unusual pattern was discovered.
- 1927年, 在北京附近的周口店发现一颗形状异常的人类下臼齿.
- 4. Rough calculations obtained by use of molar concentrations rather than activities are sufficient.
- 5. THE INFLUENCE OF DENTAL FACTORS TO ERUPTION OF THE MANDIBULAR THIRD MOLAR.
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