fentanyl
noun Etymology: probably alteration of phenethyl, a monovalent radical derived from ethylbenzine, from phen- + ethyl Date: 1964 a synthetic opioid narcotic analgesic C22H28N2O with pharmacological action similar to morphine that is administered especially in the form of its citrate

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  • fentanyl — [ fɛntənɪl] noun Medicine a synthetic opiate drug which is a powerful painkiller and tranquillizer. Origin 1960s: appar. from fen (representing phen ) + t + an + yl …   English new terms dictionary

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