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alcohol drinks that contain alcohol. [1/2 definitions]
atom the smallest possible unit of a chemical element. The major parts of atoms contain protons, neutrons, and electrons. They are the basis of all matter in the universe. [1/2 definitions]
carbohydrate foods, such as breads, potatoes, and grains, that contain high amounts of carbohydrates, which are compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that are found mainly in plants. The human body uses carbohydrates as a ready source of energy. [1/2 definitions]
chromosome a part found in the cells of all plants and animals. Chromosomes contain genes which pass on physical characteristics from parent to offspring.
container something, such as a box, barrel, or can, that contains or can contain something else.
full1 not able to hold or contain any more. [1/4 definitions]
have to include or contain. [1/9 definitions]
hold1 to have or contain within one's hand. [2/13 definitions]
include to have or contain as a part. [1/2 definitions]
matter all substances that contain atoms and take up space. [1/5 definitions]
muffin a small roll that is similar to a cake but usually less sweet. Muffins are usually shaped like a cupcake and often contain nuts or bits of fruit. Muffins are a single serving and are often eaten warm or toasted.
spaghetti a form of pasta made in long, thin strings. Spaghetti is often served with a sauce that may contain meat or tomatoes.
sweet roll a round, sweet bread that is served as a single portion and usually eaten as a breakfast food. Sweet rolls may contain cinnamon, raisins, nuts, or other flavorings and may be topped with icing.
torah the sacred scrolls that contain the first five books of the Bible. Parts of the Torah are read during religious services. [1/2 definitions]
vaccine a substance used to protect people and animals from very serious diseases. Vaccines contain germs of a particular disease--these germs been killed or changed in a certain way in a laboratory to make them safe. A vaccine goes into a person's body in a shot that is given by a doctor or nurse. After a vaccine is put into a person's body, that person will not get that disease or will get only a mild case.