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taeniafuge

[tee-nee-uh-fyooj] /ˈti ni əˌfyudʒ/
noun, Medicine/Medical
1.
an agent or medicine for expelling tapeworms from the body.
Also, teniafuge.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60; taenia + -fuge
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British Dictionary definitions for taeniafuge

taeniafuge

/ˈtiːnɪəˌfjuːdʒ/
noun
1.
a substance, esp a drug, that expels tapeworms from the body of their host
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taeniafuge in Medicine

taeniafuge tae·ni·a·fuge or te·ni·a·fuge (tē'nē-ə-fyōōj')
n.
An agent that expels tapeworms from the body.

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