Ampul
Ampul Am"pul, n. [AS. ampella, ampolla, L. ampulla: cf. OF. ampolle, F. ampoule.] 1. Same as {Ampulla, 2.} [1913 Webster]

2. same as {ampule}. [PJC]


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  • ampul — (n.) sealed container holding a dose of medicine, 1907, from Fr. ampul (1886), from L. ampulla (see AMPOULE (Cf. ampoule)). A modern borrowing of the word represented by Middle English ampoule …   Etymology dictionary

  • ampul — [am′po͞ol΄am′po͞ol΄, am′pul΄] n. 〚< Fr < L ampulla, AMPULLA〛 a sealed glass or plastic container for one dose of a sterile medicine to be injected parenterally: also ampule [am′pyo͞ol΄] or ampoule …   Universalium

  • ampul — [am′po͞ol΄am′po͞ol΄, am′pul΄] n. [< Fr < L ampulla, AMPULLA] a sealed glass or plastic container for one dose of a sterile medicine to be injected parenterally: also ampule [am′pyo͞ol΄] or ampoule [am′po͞ol΄] …   English World dictionary

  • ampul — is., lü, Fr. ampoule 1) İçinde, elektrik akımı ile akkor durumuna gelerek ışık verebilen bir iletkeni bulunan, havası boşaltılmış cam şişe 2) İçinde sıvı durumda ilaç bulunan, kapalı cam tüp Birleşik Sözler mum ampul …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • ampul — noun see ampoule …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ampul — ampule * * * am·pul (amґpūl) ampule …   Medical dictionary

  • Ampul — Lille lukket glastube …   Danske encyklopædi

  • ampul — n. sealed glass vessel used in hypodermic injections …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ampul — am·pul …   English syllables

  • ampul — • ampule …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

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