noun Etymology: imide + propyl + amine Date: 1958 a tricyclic antidepressant drug C19H24N2

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • imipramine — [i mi′prə mēn΄] n. [ IMI(DE) + PR(OPYL) + AMINE] a white, crystalline powder, C19H24N2, used as an antidepressant …   English World dictionary

  • imipramine — /i mip reuh meen /, n. Pharm. a tricyclic antidepressant, C19H24N2, used for the symptomatic relief of depression. [1955 60; contr. and rearrangement of iminodibenzyl and aminopropyl, components of the chemical name] * * * ▪ drug       synthetic… …   Universalium

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  • imipramine — imip·ra·mine im ip rə .mēn n a tricyclic antidepressant drug administered esp. in the form of its hydrochloride C19H24N2·HCl or pamoate (C19H24N2)2·C23H16O6 see TOFRANIL * * * n. a drug administered by mouth or injection to treat depression (see …   Medical dictionary

  • imipramine — [ɪ mɪprəmi:n] noun Medicine a synthetic compound used to treat depression. Origin 1950s: from imi(ne) + pr(opyl) + amine …   English new terms dictionary

  • imipramine — imip·ra·mine …   English syllables

  • imipramine — n. a drug administered by mouth or injection to treat depression (see antidepressant) and, in children, bedwetting. Its effects may be slow to develop; common side effects include dry mouth, blurred vision, constipation, sweating, and rapid… …   The new mediacal dictionary

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