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aldicarb

noun al·di·carb \ˈal-də-ˌkärb\

Definition of ALDICARB

:  a persistent highly toxic agricultural carbamate pesticide C7H14N2O2S used against insects, mites, and nematodes

Origin of ALDICARB

probably from aldehyde + -i- + carbamate
First Known Use: 1970

aldicarb

noun al·di·carb \ˈal-də-ˌkärb\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ALDICARB

:  a persistent highly toxic agricultural carbamate pesticide C7H14N2O2S used against insects, mites, and nematodes

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