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absorbefacient

[ab-sawr-buh-fey-shuh nt, -zawr-] /æbˌsɔr bəˈfeɪ ʃənt, -ˌzɔr-/
adjective
1.
causing absorption.
Origin
1870-1875
1870-75; absorb + -e- (as in liquefy, liquefaction) + -facient
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British Dictionary definitions for absorbefacient

absorbefacient

/əbˌsɔːbɪˈfeɪʃənt; -ˌzɔː-/
noun
1.
a medicine or other agent that promotes absorption
adjective
2.
causing or promoting absorption
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absorbefacient in Medicine

absorbefacient ab·sor·be·fa·cient (əb-sôr'bə-fā'shənt, -zôr'-)
adj.
Causing absorption.


ab·sor'be·fa'cient n.
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