di·sac·cha·ride noun \(ˌ)dī-ˈsa-kə-ˌrīd\
: any of a class of sugars (as sucrose) that yields on hydrolysis two monosaccharide molecules
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di·sac·cha·ride noun \(ˈ)dī-ˈsak-ə-ˌrīd\ (Medical Dictionary)
: any of a class of sugars (as sucrose) that on hydrolysis yields two monosaccharide molecules—called also biose, double sugar
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