Word: tonic

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Synonyms: tonic

tonal, fresh, refreshing, brisk, bracing, accented

Translations: tonic

spanish
tónico, tónica, tónico de, tónico para


german
erfrischend, stärkend, mineralwasser, stärkungsmittel, tonika

french
soda, remontant, réconfortante, tonique, reconstituant, ...

italian
tonico, tonica, tonificante, ricostituente

portuguese
tônico, tónico, tônica, tónica

dutch
tonisch, tonicum, tonische, tonica

russian
тоник, прима, тонизирующий, тонический, тоника, ...

norwegian
tonisk, styrkende, tonic til

swedish
toniska, tonisk, stärkande, aliserade tonisk

finnish
toonis, vahvistavat, piristysruiske

danish
tonisk, styrkende, toniske, tonika

czech
tonikum, tonicko, pleťový krém, tónice

polish
tonika, wzmacniający, toniczny, tonik

hungarian
tonik, tónusos, frissítő, tonikkal

turkish
tonik, tonikleri, toniği, bir tonik

greek
τόνικ, δυναμωτικό, τονωτικό, τονωτικά, τονικών

ukrainian
тонік, тоник

albanian
tonik, tonik i, forcues, tonik më të, gjallërues

bulgarian
тоник, тонизиращо, тонично, тоник за

belarusian
тонік

estonian
toonik, toonilis, toonikuga, toniseerivad, toniseeriv

croatian
tonik, tonik za, okrepljujući, tonski

icelandic
hressingarlyf

lithuanian
tonikas, tonizuojantis, tonizuoja

latvian
toniks, tonizējošs, tonizējoša, toniku, tonizējošu

macedonian
тоник, тонично, тонични, тоника

romanian
tonice, tonică, tonica, tonic pentru

slovenian
tonik, tonično, tonika, krepilno

slovak
tonikum

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The meaning and "use of": tonic

adjective
  • giving a feeling of vigor or well-being; invigorating.
  • relating to or denoting the first degree of a scale.
  • denoting or relating to the syllable within a tone group that has greatest prominence, because it carries the main change of pitch.
  • relating to or restoring normal tone to muscles or other organs.

noun
  • a medicinal substance taken to give a feeling of vigor or well-being.
  • the first note in a scale that, in conventional harmony, provides the keynote of a piece of music.

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