or aq·ua am·mo·nia
[ ak-wuh uh-moh-nee-ee or ak-wuh uh-mohn-yuh, uh-moh-nee-uh; ah-kwuh ]
/ ˈæk wə əˈmoʊ niˌi or ˈæk wə əˈmoʊn yə, əˈmoʊ ni ə; ˈɑ kwə /
What Are Prepositional Phrases?Prepositional phrases are the kinds of things you use all the time without thinking about them. They’re groups of words that begin with a preposition and end with an object. Prepositions are words like about, across, after, for, and in. You’ll see them in simple prepositional phrases, like about zebras, after school, and with friends. Objects of Prepositions When we say object, we mean the …
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Origin of aqua ammoniae
< New Latin: literally, water of ammonia
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