meprobamate
noun Etymology: methyl + propyl + dicarbamate Date: 1955 a bitter carbamate C9H18N2O4 used as a tranquilizer

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  • meprobamate — ☆ meprobamate [mə prō′bə māt΄ ] n. [me(thyl) pro(pyl) (dicar)bamate] a bitter, white, crystalline powder, C9H18N2O4, used as a tranquilizer …   English World dictionary

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  • meprobamate — /meuh proh beuh mayt , mep roh bam ayt/, n. Pharm. a white powder, C9H18N2O4, used in medicine chiefly as a tranquilizer for treating anxiety, tension, and skeletal muscle spasm. [1950 55; ME(THYL) + PRO(PYL) + (CAR)BAMATE] * * * ▪ drug… …   Universalium

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  • meprobamate — n. chemical compound in the form of white powder which often used in medicine as a tranquilizer (Pharmacology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • meprobamate — me·pro·ba·mate …   English syllables

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