- Ⅰ.acid ► NOUN 1) a substance with chemical properties including turning litmus red, neutralizing alkalis, and dissolving some metals. 2) informal the drug LSD.► ADJECTIVE 1) having the properties of an acid; having a pH of less than 7. 2) sharp-tasting or sour. 3) (of a remark) bitter or cutting.DERIVATIVES acidity noun acidly adverb acidy adjective.ORIGIN Latin acidus, from acere 'be sour' .Ⅱ.acidity ► NOUN 1) the level of acid in something. 2) bitterness or sharpness in a person's remarks or tone.
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