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neutrino

noun neu·tri·no \nü-ˈtrē-(ˌ)nō, nyü-\

physics : a particle that is smaller than an atom and that has no electrical charge

plural neu·tri·nos

Full Definition of NEUTRINO

:  an uncharged elementary particle that is believed to have a very small mass, that has any of three forms, and that interacts only rarely with other particles
neu·tri·no·less \-ləs\ adjective

Origin of NEUTRINO

Italian, from neutro neutral, neuter, from Latin neutr-, neuter
First Known Use: 1934

Rhymes with NEUTRINO

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neutrino

noun neu·tri·no \n(y)ü-ˈtrē-(ˌ)nō\
plural neu·tri·nos

Medical Definition of NEUTRINO

:  an uncharged elementary particle that is believed to be massless or to have a very small mass, that has any of three forms, and that interacts only rarely with other particles

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