lactic lactic  /ˈlæk tɪk/


  • (adj) of or relating to or obtained from milk (especially sour milk or whey)


  1. Hardworking muscles release lactic acid, which causes soreness.
  2. They celebrate their hardy Viking roots by eating shark that has essentially rotted and is then marinated in lactic acid for six months.
  3. The News advocates preliminary douching with bicarbonate of soda to get males, with lactic acid to get females.


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  1. "This allows me to have a deeper training load," Chambers told British media. "I suffer less lactic acid, delivering more oxygen to the muscles. It's a shame we didn't know this five years ago."
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: Dwain Chambers Source: ESPN

  2. Redknapp said: "We have put our flight back a few hours so that the players can get all this out of their system. They need to get rid of the lactic acid in time for the weekend, because now games will come thick and fast."
    on Oct 3, 2008 By: Harry Redknapp Source: ESPN

  3. "He makes 220-pound giant men cry," said Hollingsworth, face down again under a towel and taking a gentle shot at the macho bobsled team. "My massage therapy I treat as a flush. You're getting the lactic acid and all the junk out of your...
    on Nov 17, 2008 By: Mellisa Hollingsworth-Richards Source: 660 News

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