Noun(1) (chemistry, generally in an organic molecule(2) A series of (usually metal(3) (business, stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters(4) Anything that acts as a restraint(5) A unit of length(6) British biochemist (born in Germany, 1906-1979(7) A series of hills or mountains(8) A linked or connected series of objects(9) A necklace made by stringing objects together(10) (chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)(11) A series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament(12) A number of similar establishments (stores or restaurants or banks or hotels or theaters) under one ownership(13) British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin(14) Which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)(15) Metal shackles(16) For hands or legs Synonym: iron
Verb(1) Fasten or secure with chains(2) Manacle in metal
(1) The second time he did the trick with me, he pulled the chain u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u252cu00ac and the links kinked up and caught together, preventing the loop from falling apart.(2) I reached inside my blouse and pulled out a silver chain with a silver ring on it.(3) When Maradona appears on Dancing With The Stars via satellite on Friday he is wearing two stud earrings, a heavy crucifix on a chain around his neck, jeans and a red T-shirt tight enough to keep no secrets.(4) In some lost hours we made a chain of chairs, balancing on two legs, and made them topple one after each other like domino tiles.(5) It's a chain of successful events strung together to accomplish one goal.(6) Beginning Jan.1 next year, officials said, the trial will become a compulsory regulation for all fast-food chain stores.(7) A chain of events(8) The central spine of mountains, a last fling of the Andean chain , are matted in rainforest, threaded with trails, cooled by waterfalls and home to more birds per square mile than anywhere in the world.(9) Always chain your bike to something other than itself.(10) Negligent intervening acts may or may not break the chain of causation.(11) And she will be wearing Steve's wedding ring on a chain around her neck.(12) A sibling showed authorities a pair of handcuffs he said were used to chain his brother in the basement, according to charging documents.(13) The offices of the two ministers of the law were at about equal distance, and resort was had to a surveyor's chain , to ascertain which was nearest.(14) So it's easier to build a lasting business if you make soap or run a retail chain .(15) Far ahead to the north, across a rock-strewn gulf, was a chain of low-lying mountains locked away behind an otherworldly wall of haze.(16) Then began the search for a chain or strong rope.