sulfonamide sul·fon·a·mide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd)
Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds that includes the sulfa drugs.
See sulfa drug.
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|sulfonamide (sŭl-fŏn'ə-mīd', -mĭd) Pronunciation Key
Any of a group of organic sulfur compounds containing the radical SO2NH2. ◇ Certain sulfonamides known as sulfa drugs are used as antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.